Herbivore Animal Pictures
- Wild Pigs 1 - three adult wild pigs, two black and one brown, seen from front right, line up in a grassy field to find food together. Picture by Ben Smegelsky, NASA.
- Wild Pigs 2 - a group of adult and baby wild pigs in various colors and patterns graze in a grassy field. Picture by KSC.
- Ibex 1 - a female ibex, a large desert mountains goat, seen from below right under clear blue desert sky.
- Bison with calf - a bison female suckling its calf, seen from left at Yellowstone National Park. Picture by David Goodrich, NOAA.
- White rhino - a white rhinoceros with two horns, seen from front, in the wild in Senegal, Africa. Picture by Theresa Turk, NOAA.
- Elk 1 - a big elk with large horns, seen from left. Picture by Jerry Penry, NOAA.
- Elk 2 - a big bull Elk with large horns, seen from front. Picture by USFWS.
- Manatee - unlike other herbivores, the Florida Manatee fully adapted to aquatic life and it's grazing in shallow water. Picture by USFWS.
- Wild Rhino - a two horned rhinoceros in the wild.
- Wild Giraffe 1 - a big male Giraffe in the wild, seen from front.
- Wild Giraffe 2 - a big Giraffe crossing a road in a South African national park, seen from left and behind.
- Wild Elephants 1 - close up of a family of elephants in the wild.
- Wild Elephants 2 - elephants in the wild, seen from front.
- Kudu 1 - close up of a large male Kudu antelope, seen from right, facing the camera.
- Zebras - three Zebras in the wild bush.
- Baby Hippopotamus 1 - a baby hippopotamus, seen from front, with its watchful big mom behind.
- Baby Hippopotamus 2 - a baby hippopotamus, with mom nearby, looking from a short distance at a two horned rhino.
- Hippopotamus 1 - a large group of hippos resting together in a sunny winter morning.
- Baby Hippopotamus 3 - a baby hippopotamus smells the rear of a big hippo in a group in order to make sure this one is mom.
- Rhinoceros 1 - two two-horned rhinos, one apparently smelling the rear of the other.
- Rhinoceros 2 - a two-horned rhino, seen from right.
- Thomson's Gazelle - a Thomson's Gazelle, seen from right, and Zebras nearby.
- Giraffe head - close up from front to the head of a Reticulated Giraffe.
- Reticulated Giraffe - a full height front view of an adult Reticulated Giraffe.
- Kudu 2 - a Kudu antelope calf sucking milk from its mother.
- Dorcas Gazelle - a nice and slender Dorcas Gazalle.
- Ibex 2 - a male Ibex with huge horns, seen from the side.
- Baby Elephant 1 - a baby elephant standing with its forward legs on a rock.
- Baby Elephant 2 - a baby elephant walking between the trunks of two big elephants who follow and watch it.
- Hippopotamus 2 - a hippopotamus with its huge mouth wide open, showing its enormous sharp teeth.
- Rhinoceros 3 - a close-up of a big two-horned rhino, seen from right. Picture by Inna Fainitsky.
- Rhinoceros 4 - a close-up of a big two-horned rhino, seen from left. Picture by Inna Fainitsky.
- Rhinoceros 5 - a gray rhinoceros, seen from above.
- Rhinoceros 6 - a gray rhinoceros, seen from left.
- Zebra - a zebra, seen from left, looking at the camera.
- Giraffe - a giraffe passing near a group of antilopes. Picture by Inna Fainitsky.
- Young Giraffes - two young giraffes standing beside each other, seen from right.
- Giraffes - two large Giraffes standing next to each other in opposite directions. Picture by Vitaly Fainitsky (contact directly for full size original or print).
- Gazelle - a gazelle, seen from above.
- Deer - a beautiful large spotted deer with very large horns, seen from right. Picture by Vitaly Fainitsky (contact directly for full size original or print).
- Llama - the head and neck of a brown and white llama, seen from right. Picture by Vitaly Fainitsky (contact directly for full size original or print).
- Antilopes 1 - a large group of antilopes on green grass, basking together in the sun. Picture by Inna Fainitsky.
- Antilopes 2 - spotted deer and antilopes basking in the sun. Picture by Inna Fainitsky.
- Spotted Deer - a Spotted Deer eating fig leaves.
- Ibex 3 - a male Ibex, seen from right.
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