15 Funny Pictures of Tiny Animals by Jeff Friesen

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Jeff Friesen is an award-winning photographer who claims he’s a serious person, ‘much given to brooding and brow-furrowing.’ But that’s only one part of his life. The other part he spends hanging out with his family, going camping, building sandcastles, jumping in waves, and so on. His series of photos called ‘Wild Life Prints‘ combines both sides, putting together excellent photography and attention to detail with silly scenes about the lives of miniature animals in their ‘natural habitats’.

To see more of Jeff’s photography, visit his website or Etsy store, Wild Life Prints.

Squirreled Away

Squirreled Away

dinosaur Pizza Delivery

Pizza Delivery

Rabbits in Repose

Rabbits in Repose

giraffe Standing Tall

Standing Tall

The Stay at Home Swan

The Stay at Home Swan

Panda Planet

Panda Planet

Emperor Penguin and whale

Emperor Penguin

Meerkat Den

Meerkat Den

ostrich Laundering Large

Laundering Large

cow Rebel With A Moo

Rebel With A Moo

horse Mirror, Mirror

Mirror, Mirror

The Cultured Cow

The Cultured Cow

Dirty Duck

Dirty Duck

Leapin' Giraffes and lizard

Leapin’ Giraffes

Hungry, Hungry Hippo

Hungry, Hungry Hippo

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  1. Lee McLaughlin

    I love your silly animals. very sweet stuff! – maybe children’s books should be adorned with this kind of menagerie.
    best wishes,
    Lee

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  2. Sadie Sapiano

    i love this creativity!! i was smiling the whole time! #inspirational

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  3. beezmap

    I love pets ,So Amazing photographic…

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  4. Kerly

    Oh my, this is so cute, I love this so much. Dirty Duck is my favorite!

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  5. Sheggen

    These remind me of scenes out of a Wes Anderson movie.

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