Now, as I'm sure you all know, everyone here at the Great Projects loves all animals. However, some of them lend themselves to photographs more than others. Here is our top 8 list of unfortunately unphotogenic animals!
8. This Startled Bat
This is where three-quarters of my nightmares for the next year will come from. Creepy little bat.
7. This Angry Vulture
If my face looked like that I would be angry as well.
6. This Moody Warthog
He even did his hair for this picture, but it hasn't worked. At all.
5. This Grinning Monkey
Everyone knows someone who tries to smile and fails. This is that guy.
4. This Smug Walrus
He's so much bigger than me. Not making any sarcastic comments here.
3. This Evil Hyena
This photo is of an innocent yawn, and we can all agree that nobody looks good when caught yawning, but he's managed to take it to a new level. Absolutely terrifying.
2. This Camera Hating Seal
If I had that many double chins I'd look just as disappointed as this little fellow does. The potential for cute was endless here if it wasn't for the evil camera angle!
1. This Joker of a Gorilla
Laughing in a photo can normally go one of two ways. Cute or awfully. This chap has somehow managed to combine both. Shame he was laughing at his own joke though.
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