Instagram, which was launched in October 2010 as a free photo sharing and social networking site, has quickly became a favorite with people all over the world.
Digital Buzz Blog reports that Instagram has registered more than 100 million users in just two years. Since Instagram burst onto the scene, it has logged more than one billion uploaded photos. As of June 2012, 58 photos are uploaded every second and one new member joins every second according to Tech News Daily.
A wide variety of photos are uploaded unto Instagram. Photos of natural disasters such as Hurricane Sandy are popular, along with photos with family and friends, animals and various events. This Digital Journal article focuses on the to five wild animal photos uploaded to Instagram this week.
5. Peekaboo White Wolf - This image of a white wolf was uploaded by Christine Rivera Feliciano. She photographed the wolf at a wildlife sanctuary in the Arizona portion of the Grand Canyon.
4. White Tiger Cub - Stefani took this picture of an adorable white tiger cup.
3. Happy Panda - Dustyn Johnson created this beautiful black and white photo of a happy little panda using the Instagram inkwell filter.
2. Laughing Seal - Instgram user tekwehyuself specializes in animal and landscape photos. He captured this seal in mid laugh while using a lo-fi filter.
1. Mother and child - Mert A. Giray captured this precious moment between a mother and her tiger cup in Istanbul, Turkey.