Despite being an urban jungle, New York City is home to a surprising number of wild animals. The five boroughs are inhabited by a diverse range of creatures that have adapted to city life, making it their natural environment.
In this urban cityscape optical illusion, you can spot two birds that are cleverly hidden.
At the intersection of 120th Street and Broadway in Manhattan’s Morningside Heights neighborhood, a stunning dogwood tree is in full bloom. The image captures the beauty of this picturesque tree, adding to the charm of the bustling city.
In front of a grand old brick building with intricate stone outcroppings lies the plant. The lush green plant adds a touch of natural beauty to the already impressive architecture.
The Gottesman Libraries are located in a building that serves as its structure. The purpose of the libraries is to cater to the needs of the Teacher’s College at Columbia University, which is situated nearby.
It’s common for most people to initially focus their attention on trees when searching for bird nests. These leafy structures provide a favorable environment for birds to construct their homes.
Perhaps, it’s time for them to reconsider their stance.
The plant and the bright blue sky above it are devoid of any birds.
On the building’s cornice, you can spot the pigeons perched comfortably.
As you glance at the building, you may notice that the word “Pestalozzi” is etched into the structure, with the plaques located just to the right of the name.
It is believed that the name originated from Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi, an influential Swiss philosopher and advocate of educational reform during the 18th and 19th centuries.
According to Britannica, Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi was a strong advocate for educating the underprivileged and played a pivotal role in shaping the fundamentals of modern elementary education.
There are numerous optical illusions that people can use to test their vision with animal themes.
Believe it or not, but there’s a stealthy feline in this seemingly ordinary picture of a trash bin situated close to a residential area.
Amidst the serene and scenic woods, yet another feline has effortlessly blended in with its surroundings, this time among a stack of logs. A photograph captured the elusive creature, which appears to be sound asleep, in what seems like a perfect hiding spot. The image was shared on a popular website, and has since garnered a lot of attention from animal lovers worldwide.