An Arabian Red Fox keeps a close eye on its surroundings.
Even Gulls can get wet sometimes by surprise.
A young Echidna looks around for food in the Australian bush.
A Slevin's Sand Gecko awakes at night in search of food and a mate during the cool evening air.
Ibis find their roosting site for the night.
A common site near water bodies, this dragonfly rests on a reed.
The desert comes alive at night with many gecko species emerging from the diurnal hiding spots.
A Socotra Cormorant colony with chicks uses the last hour of sunlight to find their place for the night. Destruction of habitat and limited range has caused this species to be considered vulnerable by the IUCN.
A sundew plants waits for its next insect victim. Sticky droplets act as a trap for unsuspecting insect prey.
Oyster catches head home before the days end.
The bright colours of sundew flowers attract prey to its sticky droplets.
Early morning dew sits balanced inside native grasses.