Tuesday, August 21, 2018
close [x]
to:

Okapi o imieniu Meghan z londyńskiego ZOO zjada ślubny bukiet (9)

EN_01319810_0001 EYE
Meghan, an Okapi at ZSL London Zoo eats her wedding bouquet floral treat to celebrate the forth coming Royal Wedding. London Zoo, Regent's Park, London, Great Britain. 14th May 2018. Meghan the Okapi, With her mother Oni. Keepers at London Zoo give Meghan the okapi a royal treat to celebrate the forthcoming Royal Wedding, a bouquet of edible flowers to rival her name-sake's, Meghan Markle. The five-month-old was named after Meghan to commemorate the Royal couples engagement. London Zoo okapi keeper Gemma Metcalf said: "a bouquet of tasty edible lilac flowers is the perfect wedding inspired treat for Meghan - we didn't want her to miss out on the big day, as she's named after the royal bride. she will use her dextrous elongated tongue to tug the pretty petals off the bouquet in a matter of moments just like how okapis tug vegetation and flowers off trees and bushes to eat in the wild." ? Elliott Franks / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
EN_01319810_0002 EYE
Meghan, an Okapi at ZSL London Zoo eats her wedding bouquet floral treat to celebrate the forth coming Royal Wedding. London Zoo, Regent's Park, London, Great Britain. 14th May 2018. Meghan the Okapi, With her mother Oni. Keepers at London Zoo give Meghan the okapi a royal treat to celebrate the forthcoming Royal Wedding, a bouquet of edible flowers to rival her name-sake's, Meghan Markle. The five-month-old was named after Meghan to commemorate the Royal couples engagement. London Zoo okapi keeper Gemma Metcalf said: "a bouquet of tasty edible lilac flowers is the perfect wedding inspired treat for Meghan - we didn't want her to miss out on the big day, as she's named after the royal bride. she will use her dextrous elongated tongue to tug the pretty petals off the bouquet in a matter of moments just like how okapis tug vegetation and flowers off trees and bushes to eat in the wild." ? Elliott Franks / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
EN_01319810_0003 EYE
Meghan, an Okapi at ZSL London Zoo eats her wedding bouquet floral treat to celebrate the forth coming Royal Wedding. London Zoo, Regent's Park, London, Great Britain. 14th May 2018. Meghan the Okapi, With her mother Oni. Keepers at London Zoo give Meghan the okapi a royal treat to celebrate the forthcoming Royal Wedding, a bouquet of edible flowers to rival her name-sake's, Meghan Markle. The five-month-old was named after Meghan to commemorate the Royal couples engagement. London Zoo okapi keeper Gemma Metcalf said: "a bouquet of tasty edible lilac flowers is the perfect wedding inspired treat for Meghan - we didn't want her to miss out on the big day, as she's named after the royal bride. she will use her dextrous elongated tongue to tug the pretty petals off the bouquet in a matter of moments just like how okapis tug vegetation and flowers off trees and bushes to eat in the wild." ? Elliott Franks / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
EN_01319810_0004 EYE
Meghan, an Okapi at ZSL London Zoo eats her wedding bouquet floral treat to celebrate the forth coming Royal Wedding. London Zoo, Regent's Park, London, Great Britain. 14th May 2018. Meghan the Okapi, With her mother Oni. Keepers at London Zoo give Meghan the okapi a royal treat to celebrate the forthcoming Royal Wedding, a bouquet of edible flowers to rival her name-sake's, Meghan Markle. The five-month-old was named after Meghan to commemorate the Royal couples engagement. London Zoo okapi keeper Gemma Metcalf said: "a bouquet of tasty edible lilac flowers is the perfect wedding inspired treat for Meghan - we didn't want her to miss out on the big day, as she's named after the royal bride. she will use her dextrous elongated tongue to tug the pretty petals off the bouquet in a matter of moments just like how okapis tug vegetation and flowers off trees and bushes to eat in the wild." ? Elliott Franks / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
EN_01319810_0005 EYE
Meghan, an Okapi at ZSL London Zoo eats her wedding bouquet floral treat to celebrate the forth coming Royal Wedding. London Zoo, Regent's Park, London, Great Britain. 14th May 2018. Meghan the Okapi, With her mother Oni. Keepers at London Zoo give Meghan the okapi a royal treat to celebrate the forthcoming Royal Wedding, a bouquet of edible flowers to rival her name-sake's, Meghan Markle. The five-month-old was named after Meghan to commemorate the Royal couples engagement. London Zoo okapi keeper Gemma Metcalf said: "a bouquet of tasty edible lilac flowers is the perfect wedding inspired treat for Meghan - we didn't want her to miss out on the big day, as she's named after the royal bride. she will use her dextrous elongated tongue to tug the pretty petals off the bouquet in a matter of moments just like how okapis tug vegetation and flowers off trees and bushes to eat in the wild." ? Elliott Franks / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
EN_01319810_0006 EYE
Meghan, an Okapi at ZSL London Zoo eats her wedding bouquet floral treat to celebrate the forth coming Royal Wedding. London Zoo, Regent's Park, London, Great Britain. 14th May 2018. Meghan the Okapi, With her mother Oni. Keepers at London Zoo give Meghan the okapi a royal treat to celebrate the forthcoming Royal Wedding, a bouquet of edible flowers to rival her name-sake's, Meghan Markle. The five-month-old was named after Meghan to commemorate the Royal couples engagement. London Zoo okapi keeper Gemma Metcalf said: "a bouquet of tasty edible lilac flowers is the perfect wedding inspired treat for Meghan - we didn't want her to miss out on the big day, as she's named after the royal bride. she will use her dextrous elongated tongue to tug the pretty petals off the bouquet in a matter of moments just like how okapis tug vegetation and flowers off trees and bushes to eat in the wild." ? Elliott Franks / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
EN_01319810_0007 EYE
Meghan, an Okapi at ZSL London Zoo eats her wedding bouquet floral treat to celebrate the forth coming Royal Wedding. London Zoo, Regent's Park, London, Great Britain. 14th May 2018. Meghan the Okapi, With her mother Oni. Keepers at London Zoo give Meghan the okapi a royal treat to celebrate the forthcoming Royal Wedding, a bouquet of edible flowers to rival her name-sake's, Meghan Markle. The five-month-old was named after Meghan to commemorate the Royal couples engagement. London Zoo okapi keeper Gemma Metcalf said: "a bouquet of tasty edible lilac flowers is the perfect wedding inspired treat for Meghan - we didn't want her to miss out on the big day, as she's named after the royal bride. she will use her dextrous elongated tongue to tug the pretty petals off the bouquet in a matter of moments just like how okapis tug vegetation and flowers off trees and bushes to eat in the wild." ? Elliott Franks / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
EN_01319810_0008 EYE
Meghan, an Okapi at ZSL London Zoo eats her wedding bouquet floral treat to celebrate the forth coming Royal Wedding. London Zoo, Regent's Park, London, Great Britain. 14th May 2018. Meghan the Okapi, With her mother Oni. Keepers at London Zoo give Meghan the okapi a royal treat to celebrate the forthcoming Royal Wedding, a bouquet of edible flowers to rival her name-sake's, Meghan Markle. The five-month-old was named after Meghan to commemorate the Royal couples engagement. London Zoo okapi keeper Gemma Metcalf said: "a bouquet of tasty edible lilac flowers is the perfect wedding inspired treat for Meghan - we didn't want her to miss out on the big day, as she's named after the royal bride. she will use her dextrous elongated tongue to tug the pretty petals off the bouquet in a matter of moments just like how okapis tug vegetation and flowers off trees and bushes to eat in the wild." ? Elliott Franks / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
EN_01319810_0009 PHO
Keepers at ZSL London Zoo gave Meghan the okapi a royal treat to celebrate the forthcoming Royal Wedding – a bouquet of edible flowers to rival her namesake’s, Meghan Markle. The five-month-old, who was named after Meghan to commemorate the Royal couple’s engagement, was given the tasty blooms on Monday 14 May ahead of the big day - so neither Meghan has to share the spotlight.
WORLD RIGHTS - Fee Payable Upon Reproduction - For queries contact Avalon.red - sales@avalon.red London: +44 (0) 20 7421 6000 Los Angeles: +1 (310) 822 0419 Berlin: +49 (0) 30 76 212 251 Madrid: +34 91 533 4289

top

Rocznice 2018 Na wyłączność