15 Breathtaking Wildlife Tattoos

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15 Breathtaking Wildlife Tattoos

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There are of course many different subjects for tattoos out there, but one of the most popular seems to be wildlife. All walks of animal life are game for tattoo artists and they’re making the absolute most of it with their tattoos. Some of the more common wildlife subjects are big cats, deer, birds, and foxes. However, designs aren’t limited only to this handful of animal life.

Take a look at this stunning bear tattoo. It truly does capture each and every strand of fur and the glistening of the eyes.

Artist: Jhon Gutti

Wildlife isn’t limited to realism; this stunning watercolored buck is a great example of that.

Artist: Fiona Maria Fraser

A dreamy tattoo of a mustang on the forearm.

Artist: Vania Branco

Wouldn’t you want to join this wolf pack?

Artist: David Vega

A beautiful tiger seems to stare into your soul.

Artist: Lila Rees

Even chameleons make a wonderful tattoo design.

Artist: Fiona Maria Fraser

Elephants are perhaps one of the most beloved of tattoo subjects.

Artist: Jhon Gutti

This little guy looks almost real enough to pet.

Artist: Sanna Angervaniva

How about this massive back piece?

Artist: Jewelz

A hyper colored leopard is a great subject.

Artist: Haley Adams

Even a rhino can make it as a tattoo.

Artist: Jim Ryan

Owls seem to be eternal, especially when in tattoo form.

Artist: Erkan Nehir (aircon)

This owl seems to sport a bit of an attitude.

Artist: Xandervoron

This lovely bear truly shows what it’s like to push all of the stops with wildlife tattoos.

Artist: Mike Tarquino

This painterly mustang.

Artist: Danny Frost

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