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What do animals get up to when we're not looking?

Photographer Thomas Subtil has created some images of what they could be up to.
What do animals get up to when we're not looking? Photographer Thomas Subtil thinks they may lead secret lives that humans don't know about.
Giraffes with heads in clouds
Thomas calls the collection of snaps 'Hakuna Matata' - a Swahili phrase which means 'no worries'. This elephant certainly seems like he hasn't a worry in the world.
elephant on a tightrope
The photographer from Paris published the stunning pictures on his website. Who knew animals led a secret double-life!
A zebra pops up to say hello.
Were these zebra really queuing for the toilet? The unusual snaps were made from photographs Thomas took whilst visiting Kenya. He later edited them to make them a little more unusual.
Two zebra queuing up for the toilets
There's no need for a tumble dryer in the savannah - giraffes dry their smalls on a washing line! Thomas says his creative snaps show the 'real life of African wild animals'.
Giraffes with a washing line
In a scene resembling The Lion King, these animals are making a wildlife pyramid. We've never seen animals do this before... perhaps they only do it when nobody is around?
Animals making a pyramid