This Guy Seems To Befriend Any Animal He Meets, Here Are His Best Selfies With Them

Allan Dixon has mastered the fine art of taking selfies with various animals resulting in funny series of photos and earning him the “animal whisperer” title. Having started in 2015, he now has quite a solid collection of funny and light-hearted snaps, so scroll down to see the best ones!

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  1. Anonymous August 11, 2021

    He has the same ‘do as the llama

  2. Anonymous August 12, 2021

    Photoshop helps a lot for inserting his image aside…

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  3. Tea August 12, 2021

    The moose! I don’t know how he got close to a moose, but cool.
    *Are* any of these shopped?

  4. Margaret August 12, 2021

    Photoshop is an amazing thing.

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  5. FW August 12, 2021

    Yeah, ‘shooped. Some of them are hard to tell, but some are obvious (focus, perspective, lighting). If he had tried to do some of these IRL, he wouldn’t have a head any more — quite apart from being banned from the petting zoo. Decent poses and composition, tho’.

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  6. mark August 12, 2021

    I can almost smell the camel shots.

  7. Mark S. August 12, 2021

    For those claiming these are photo shop images, as an Australian I can assure anyone that those Aussie animals shots are easy everyday stuff….they are so friendly they are more likely to photoshop images of themselves with people and share them with their own animal friends.

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  8. Anonymous August 12, 2021

    Agreeing with you, Mark S. I’ve done selfies with various of our fauna too. Quokkas are particularly compliant.

  9. Anonymous August 12, 2021

    All of these are animatronic

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  10. Anonymous August 12, 2021

    I just figured he worked in a zoo.

  11. Mimimi August 12, 2021

    Oh wow…

    He does pictures with animals in parks and animal cafés….
    He must be a true successor of Steve Irwin….. NOT!
    Such a showoff….. Do this with an actual wildlife animal, then we talk again

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  12. Anonymous August 12, 2021

    I’d like to see a selfie with him and a Great White

  13. Really? August 12, 2021

    Jeez. Just take these photos at “face value “ and don’t be so jealous. Fake or real, shopped or not they are wonderful, made my day but what do I know.

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  14. Tim August 12, 2021

    “….don’t be so jealous. Fake or real, shopped or not they are wonderful, made my day…”
    White chicks are so easy.

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  15. Really? August 12, 2021

    Hey Tim, not white. Not a chick. Not at all easy. So, hmmm what is the nicest way I can tell you to go #%*+ yourself.

  16. Anonymous August 12, 2021

    This escalated quickly.

  17. Anonymous August 13, 2021

    Australien wildlife friendly? I think it’s famous for trying to kill you in any nummer of ways. Regardless, the pictures are definitely ‘chopped, even if you can’t see it and you like to believe in your sad and useless heart that it’s true

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  18. Anonymous August 13, 2021

    In other news, “Expert” commenter claiming that these are photoshopped and cites focus, perspective and lighting ….. works night shift at fast food counter.

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  19. Blood in the water August 14, 2021

    I’d like one with a white shark.
    They have so a beatiful smile.

  20. Anonymous August 15, 2021

    Real or not, get off your pedestal and enjoy good pictures, that’s all you need to do

  21. Anonymous August 16, 2021

    I prefer the pictures without the narcissistic guy

  22. You’re all such geniuses August 16, 2021

    What laughable and stupid comments. As a professional Graphic Designer and having used Photoshop since it was first introduced, nothing is more ridiculous than these ignorant remarks. You’re all such geniuses. No, I don’t think these images were altered. It’s possible but unlikely. First of all, to any reasonably intelligent person you’ll notice that all of the animals in the images are relatively friendly. (There are no snakes, sharks, tigers, or others that are more dangerous.) So right off the bat it’s possible these are authentic. Second, there are no obvious telltale signs of alteration. No unnatural colors, contrasts, positions, or the ten other signs that might appear. But don’t let reality stop all of you geniuses from blurting out ignorance and stupidity.

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