Red foxes now thrive in our cities, living off the waste of human existence.
In Amsterdam herons descend on the fish market each evening to make the most of any scraps left behind.
A rabbit on the edge of an industrial estate. The grass verges offering an ample supply of food year round.
In Delhi Rhesus macaques are treated like gods, given offerings by the Hindu population due to their likeness to the Hindu god Hanuman.
Coots can thrive on most waterways and although it may look awful they're specialists at utilising human rubbish to build their nests.
A young fallow deer roams through a graveyard in north London.
An armadillo scavenges for kitchen scraps at a fishing lodge in Brazil.
A rough winged swallow exits its nest hole in a pipe in Chicago.
A smooth coated otter feasts on a cichlid in Singapore.
An Indian grey mongoose in central Delhi.
A white stork sits atop its chimney based nest.
A goldfinch in London's Olympic park.
A toad in a suburban garden in Wimbledon.
A grey heron under a bridge in central London.