Neckless wonders! Social media user edits snaps of animals to remove their necks – and the results are seriously bizarre
- Chase, from the US, has photoshopped animals’ necks out in a hilarious trend
- He said he set up the Instagram account for the neckless animals while bored
- The snaps show what tigers, hippos, and giraffes would look like without necks
People might be amazed when they see a wild animal for the first time, but you certainly haven’t seen animals quite like these ones before.
Instagram user Chase created a hilarious account solely dedicated to sharing unusual snaps of animals with their necks Photoshopped out.
The bizarre pictures have left people in stitches as they reveal what hippos, meerkats and even giraffes would look like if their head was placed on their torso.
Chase, from the US, told Bored Panda that he was inspired to start the unique Instagram page after getting bored during one New Year’s Eve.
He explained: ‘On New Year’s Eve in 2013, I was bored and then this just happened. I’d come across edits of animals without necks before and found them way too funny.’
Here, FEMAIL shares some of the hilarious new creatures that Chase created after removing animals’ necks.
One dedicated Instagram user, Chase, created a hilarious account solely dedicated to sharing unusual snaps of animals, including hippos, with their necks photoshopped out
The bizarre images, collated in a gallery by Bored Panda , have left people in stitches as they reveal what tigers (above) would look like if their head was placed on their torso
Chase, from the United States, told Bored Panda he was inspired to start the Instagram page (pictured, a meerkat with no neck) after getting bored during one New Year’s Eve
Something missing? Giraffes look almost unrecognizable, and have surprisingly huge bodies, without their signature long necks
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Chase photoshopped this donkey’s neck directly on to his torso, creating an unusual new creature
Is it creepy or cute? This llama’s neck was removed and people cannot decide how they feel about this new creation
This hilarious picture saw the duck’s head – and even its eye – moved directly on to its body
What on earth? Among the images was also a puffin who had been subject to the unusual photoshopping trend
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