They say that it is almost humanlike to show emotions. Showing how you feel. It is nice to know that animals also have emotions and often express themselves to the outside world.
I saw how content this Common Squirrel Monkey was. Understandable, just look how much food there is. No need to worry for the day!
Katja, the ocelot, knows that she is a beautiful cat. She is proud to show that too. Indeed!
These Giant Otters weren't pleased that their afternoon nap was suddenly interrupted. Sorry guys!
This Pauraque wasn't the happiest nightjar after a heavy rainfall. Wouldn't you?
Even a Brown Capuchin Monkey can be confused. What to do? Where to go? All these questions ….
A curious looking Yellow Machete (Chironius Carinatus) …. wondering who we are.
A relaxed looking Green-bellied Hummingbird. One with nature.
If there is food in abundance, everybody looks happy. Even these Red-and-Green Macaws can not hide their excitement for the day.
Black Vultures live in large groups and like all families they also play, fight, argue and cherish each other.
If you are not being hunted down. If there is enough food for a while. And if you live freely in the jungle, not being bothered by anyone, you would also look content like this Pale-throated three-toed Sloth.
Sometimes being funny, like this Black Curassow, can brighten your day.