Animal Photography

in photography •  8 months ago

Today, I have some animals for you, Steemians :)

This is cat called "Sravfy". 7 years old. We adopted him from animal shelter.

And one small dragon aka Fire Salamander. Photo is few months old.

The fire salamander (Salamandra salamandra) is possibly the best-known salamander species in Europe.

It is black with yellow spots or stripes to a varying degree; some specimens can be nearly completely black while on others the yellow is dominant. Shades of red and orange may sometimes appear, either replacing or mixing with the yellow according to subspecies. Fire salamanders can have a very long lifespan; one specimen lived for more than 50 years in Museum Koenig, a German natural history museum.

Fire salamanders live in central European forests and are more common in hilly areas. They prefer deciduous forests, since they like to hide in fallen leaves and around mossy tree trunks. They need small brooks or ponds with clean water in their habitat for the development of the larvae. Whether on land or in water, fire salamanders are inconspicuous. They spend much of their time hidden under wood or other objects. They are active in the evening and the night, but on rainy days they are active in daytime as well.
Source of info about fire salamander - Wikipedia

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Omg the salamander is beautiful as well as your kitty 🧡 its so neat to see things from different parts of the world! Here is a little something from hawaii ⛰ my son is a free diver and shot this monster ulua IMG_0067.jpg

Animals are very innocent creatures. they deserve respect and compassion.


totally agree with you.


You said very good, I completely agree with you! I like a kinds of animals, exclude snakes.

Very artistic photos... keep posting...

i wish i could get this cat

Great colors of the Salamander, quite striking and excellent photography.

Hi there @fbslo! I found this post interesting. I'm impressed that a salamander can live > 50 years!! I'm from South America and we do have a lot of those,sadly sometimes we take them for granted, you made me curious about them now.
PD: Love your Cat, what does Sravfy means?

excellent photographs @fbslo

Excelente foto, con colores muy intensos. El acercamiento valoró con mayor acierto.

Wow great photography....

Nice photos @fbslo such a cute cat

fabulous shots! wonderful beauty that gives us mother nature, and excellent eye of the photographer hehe. Thank you

Really Great Photography, 💜💜domestic short-haired cat is a cat of mixed ancestry.

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Happy to see that fire salamander here in steemit. such a nice amphibian you have

ufffffffffff bellisimos..!!!!!! lindos animales.

Nice photos.

Great photos and I like both.

Good for us fire salamander is just a small dragon. Nice shots!

Es bello ver tantas personas amantes de la naturaleza, definitivamente Dios nos regalo un paraíso que debemos cuidar. felicitaciones por la publicación.

Aaawwww, so glad Sravfy has a loving home, and that picture of the fire salamander is beautiful... ♥

The laws against cruelty to animals should be much more strict and penalised more severely, they have the same rights as us (or they should have)
Greetings steemians