When humans and wild animals live next door to one another, things can sometimes be a little hairy. Some organize themselves in impertinent gangs, others mutually cultivate their own friendships.
In New Zealand, keas organize themselves into gangs and obviously have it in for all the rubber seals belonging to winter sports enthusiasts. Their motto: nibble all you can.
In Australia, Klaus Weibmann and Rolf Sziringer struggle with a huge invasion. Thousands of flies have taken a liking to the two men. This causes frayed nerves.
And in Zambia, Jens Westphalen and Thoralf Grospitz capture a veritable display of elephants with the camera. Every year, their fine noses lead them into a hotel garden – in which the fruits on the wild mango tree are ripe. But, there is a catch: To get to their picnic, they have to walk through the lobby. This is what happens when buildings are erected around even older premises.