A camera trap caught this ocelot on a nighttime prowl. Ocelots weigh up to 33 pounds; their diet includes rodents, lizards, sloths—and, according to an indigenous hunter and farmer who lives in the Peruvian national park where this photo was taken, his chickens.
Photographer left his camera unattended for a bit at a national park in Indonesia and a crested black macaque monkey figured out how to operate the camera
Three-Toed Sloth, My neighbor, in Costa Rica, sent her son to my house to tell me that there was an animal I should come, see, on her property. This is when I saw this beautiful Three-Toed Sloth, hanging on to her fence post, just looking around. My friend told me that she comes through, maybe, once a month, looking for food. I was happy I had grabbed my camera. It's the closest thing to a Spiritual Experience in the Jungle, I've had. Aurora Photo by Patsy Mahaffey—National Geographic Your…
Shyamendra Singh, grandson of the Maharaja of Nagod, established Ken River Lodge within 50 acres of jungle adjacent to the approx 340-sq mile Panna National Park. A keen environmentalst, Singh has swapped guns for cameras and uses his generational knowledge of the national [ark to create intimate guided tours. In this one park, there are panthers, sloth bears, tigers, elephants, sambhar deer, chinkara anteloped, and 300 species of birds. kenriverlodge.com