/r/NatureGifs

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Submission Rules

  • Must be a gif focusing on nature
  • Have a descriptive and relevant title
  • Only post direct links to images
  • Image hosts such as imgur and minus are recommended.
  • If you shot the footage used to make the gif, tag your post [OC] and automod will give you a cool flair!

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Ants removing the chipped wood from their "treehouse"

7 Comments
2022/05/21
16:11 UTC

138

had trouble focusing on it, but the tiniest grasshopper i’ve ever seen!

0 Comments
2022/05/12
07:37 UTC

153

Cool snake chilling outside my bedroom door…

4 Comments
2022/05/03
16:09 UTC

325

I Never Knew Coyote’s Could Be So Acrobatic!

7 Comments
2022/05/02
01:17 UTC

233

An incredible specimen of Chloronia (Megaloptera - Dobsonflies) filmed by David Weiller in La Gamba, Costa Rica

2 Comments
2022/04/17
13:11 UTC

350

Reminder of the creation process of white sand beaches (coral grinding through a parrot-fish digestive system)

5 Comments
2022/04/09
13:09 UTC

218

Long-tailed Manakin (Chiroxiphia linearis) Courtship Display are usually collaborative. Video by David Weiller

8 Comments
2022/04/07
12:49 UTC

400

The slingjaw wrasse, Epibulus insidiator possess highly protrusible jaws. via Biopixel

11 Comments
2022/04/06
11:07 UTC

16

spring🥰

0 Comments
2022/04/06
07:42 UTC

311

This belong to the Celyphus genus of miniature flies, which have modified forewings similar to beetles

7 Comments
2022/04/05
10:58 UTC

281

White-dotted prominent (Nadata gibbosa) takeoff in slowmotion, by Dr. Adrian Smith

5 Comments
2022/04/04
10:23 UTC

292

Stomphia (greek for saucer mouth) are small anemones that are able to swim away from predators

5 Comments
2022/03/30
11:00 UTC

321

A plough snail starting to consume a live locust.

18 Comments
2022/03/29
12:29 UTC

754

Timelapse of Pink Oyster Mushrooms growing. Via Another Perspective.

7 Comments
2022/03/27
12:54 UTC

302

Carparachne aureoflava - Golden Wheel spider - Cartwheeling her way out of harm from a parasitic wasp

8 Comments
2022/03/25
12:05 UTC

35

Going down the mountain in Gulmarg (India)

0 Comments
2022/03/25
09:15 UTC

155

Hypoconcha (greek hupó (below) & kógkhê (shell)) is a genus of shellback crabs that can use bivalve shells for protection, ermit-crab like. Video from Kristen Rajak.

4 Comments
2022/03/24
11:37 UTC

163

Thiomargarita magnifica (literally the magnificent sulphurous pearl) is a bacterium that has just been discovered although it is visible to the naked eye! It can measure more than 1 cm in length!

3 Comments
2022/03/23
14:09 UTC

270

The three toed Jerboa (Dipus sagitta) has such unpredictable trajectories, it was studied in slow motion to inspire future robot builds. Credit Talia Yuki Moore.

8 Comments
2022/03/22
17:46 UTC

175

Vinegaroons (Uropygids) are related to spiders and scorpions. One of their characteristics is their ability to spray acid on their predators with anal glands Via Deep Look / KQED Science

6 Comments
2022/03/21
11:32 UTC

75

Timelapse of a gall forming on an oak acorn because of a wasp larva (Andricus quercusramuli). footage from Life in the Undergrowth | BBC Studios (left) , and my own observation (right)

3 Comments
2022/03/19
11:38 UTC

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