Welcome to Animals Wallpapers section at The Wallpapers. We create subgroups for each animal for easier browsing through wallpapers. Just click on animal category and enjoy looking the wallpapers we collect just for you. Animals are a major group of organisms, classified as the kingdom Animalia. These are generally multicellular, capable of locomotion and responding to their environment, and feed by consuming other organisms. Their body plan becomes fixed as they develop, usually early on in their development as embryos, unless they undergo a process of metamorphosis. Humans are animals, though colloquially the term is often taken to exclude them. The word comes from the Latin word animalis (plural animalia) and ultimately from anima, meaning vital breath, soul. With a few exceptions, most notably the sponges, animals have differentiated tissues, including a nervous system and muscles, and an internal digestive chamber. Groups with this organization may be called metazoan, though that word is also used for the animals in general. We have collected many high quality Animals Wallpapers for your desktop in various resolution.
Guess who saw The Hangover 3 last night? That would be me. I'm not really supposed to say too much about it until its official release date, which is tomorrow, so until then, I'm dissecting the movie by the numbers. Number of animals used, number of nude scenes—this is the checklist you'll want to have with you when you see the film this weekend. OK! Exclusive: Behind the Scenes at the Epic Press Conference Number of animals used—7. 1 giraffe, 2 dogs, and 4 chickens were featured (though hopefully not harmed) in the making of this film. Number of Billy Joel references —2. Look for one at the movie's beginning and one from a special cameo character at the mid-way point. Numbers of times you'll want to throw up while watching the movie—1. Two words though: Melissa. McCarthy. Number of actors that were in the running for John Goodman's part, other than John Goodman—2. According to IMDB, both Sean Penn and Robert Downey Jr. were up for the role of Marshall. Photos: Best Pics From The Hangover 3 Premiere Number of appearances by Mike Tyson—Zero. This is the first film in the trilogy that Mike does not cameo in. Omar Epps is back as Black Doug, though... Number of scenes that Justin Bartha, aka Doug, is in—5. Well, maybe 6. Point is, like in the other two films, Doug gets the short end of the stick. OK! News: 5 Actresses That Almost Played Daisy in The Great Gatsby Number of Hanson songs played in the movie—1. We won't tell you which song though because that will ruin everything. Number of nude scenes—1. Again, no spoilers. Just stay till after the credits roll and you'll see it in the bonus scene. Number of weddings—1. Uh, spoiler alert? #SorryNotSorry OK! Exclusive: Upcoming Summer Movies We're Excited About Are you going to see The Hangover Part 3 this weekend? Are you surprised by the numbers I checklisted above? Tweet us @OKMagazine! Photo credit: Warner Brothers Pictures
New hidden camera footage from the giant panda's home offers a peek into the secret lives of China's wild creatures.
NEW YORK — In the real world, animals have evolved the ability to get from point A to B by galloping, crawling and jumping. Now, robots in the virtual world have accomplished something similar.
LONDON (AP) — Britain's Prince William has joined his father Prince Charles in urging global action to tackle the illegal poaching of wild animals.
This time last year, Mads Mikkelsen was about to become the toast of Cannes. The Danish actor was on the Croisette starring in Thomas Vinterberg's "The Hunt," a stunning morality play, and went on to win the Best Actor prize at the festival for his role in that. "The Hunt" is still yet to open in the U.S. (it's coming next month), but Mikkelsen has gone from strength to strength; he's currently killing it, as it were, as the title character in "Hannibal," which has unexpectedly turned out to be one of the best dramas currently on television. And now the actor's back at the festival to star in "Michael Kohlhaas," an adaptation of the novel by Heinrich von Kleist about a 16th century horse dealer who rebels against the establishment when two of his animals are illegally confiscated. It might not be the sexiest subject matter, but it's in Competition, which bodes well, even if the little-known director Arnaud des Pallieres is something of an unknown quantity behind the camera, at least...
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