One Funky Zebra and Other Talk Picks

One week into Snapshot Serengeti and, as our previous post points out, things have been busy! For today’s Zooniverse Advent calendar we have gathered together the top picks of images from Talk. Talk is where you can discuss and gather up cool images from the main site. Click on any of these images to be taken right to Talk (where you can see the images animated, for ┬ástart).

Let's start with this awesome dancing bird, spotted by Twitter user @sanderschenk

Let’s start with this awesome dancing bird, spotted by Twitter user @sanderschenk

This Gazelle has stage presence.

This Gazelle has stage presence.

Pretty sure there's a Lion King scene something like this one...

Pretty sure there’s a Lion King scene something like this one…

Most of these animals are chilling - except for that one funky zebra

Most of these animals are chilling – except for that one funky zebra

Group of Cheetahs

Taken by fellow SEO company: there are plenty of examples of these beautiful animals on the site.

As user dms246 says: blick and you'll miss this zebra.

As user dms246 says: blick and you’ll miss this zebra.

Lilac Breasted Roller

First posted to Talk by user artistjillian – this amazing shot is just a sequence of three.

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2 responses to “One Funky Zebra and Other Talk Picks”

  1. S Hall says :

    This is one of the simplest projects to do and theres always a chance on the pictures you will see your favourite animal like for me an elephant

  2. Dr Rob Fletcher says :

    Seen a huge variety of animals. Having been to the Maasai Mara 27 years ago, it’s a treat to see these animals again in their natural and “correct” setting! Was working on the Kenyan LBDA project at the time mapping the hydrology.

    I am actually not surprised by the speed at which this project ran. Simple to do, and great images, and of course, the occasional camera which had been tipped over and/or molested just adds to the fun!

    Keep up the good work. Do keep us posted on the results of any analysis. We are all waiting with bated breath.

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