Herons On Hippos

his is the funny moment some herons appear to find themselves in a flap after discovering the ‘rocks’ they are perched on are in fact three tonne hippos. The feathered friends found their perfect perches in the form of some unsuspecting hippos using them as the ideal platform to preen and hunt. And while some people might call them bird brains, professional photographer Thomas Dressler, who shot the images, said the herons were actually clever creatures.

his is the funny moment some herons appear to find themselves in a flap after discovering the 'rocks' they are perched on are in fact three tonne hippos. The feathered friends found their perfect perches in the form of some unsuspecting hippos using them as the ideal platform to preen and hunt. And while some people might call them bird brains, professional photographer Thomas Dressler, who shot the images, said the herons were actually clever creatures.

his is the funny moment some herons appear to find themselves in a flap after discovering the 'rocks' they are perched on are in fact three tonne hippos. The feathered friends found their perfect perches in the form of some unsuspecting hippos using them as the ideal platform to preen and hunt. And while some people might call them bird brains, professional photographer Thomas Dressler, who shot the images, said the herons were actually clever creatures.

his is the funny moment some herons appear to find themselves in a flap after discovering the 'rocks' they are perched on are in fact three tonne hippos. The feathered friends found their perfect perches in the form of some unsuspecting hippos using them as the ideal platform to preen and hunt. And while some people might call them bird brains, professional photographer Thomas Dressler, who shot the images, said the herons were actually clever creatures.

his is the funny moment some herons appear to find themselves in a flap after discovering the 'rocks' they are perched on are in fact three tonne hippos. The feathered friends found their perfect perches in the form of some unsuspecting hippos using them as the ideal platform to preen and hunt. And while some people might call them bird brains, professional photographer Thomas Dressler, who shot the images, said the herons were actually clever creatures.