Humans are not the only one posing in fantastic locations. Check out these photogenic animals that can only be found in New Zealand.
A Cheeky Kea showing off its plumage in Wanaka. The playful kea is one of the most intelligent birds in the world and will happily attack a car in order to steal a windscreen wiper or two. Kea are found in the South Island of New Zealand in alpine areas. Photo by @captured_pixels(opens in new window) on Instagram.
One happy seal taking a break on the rocks in Kaikoura. New Zealand fur seals can be found in the North Island at Cape Palliser, near Wellington and at Castlepoint on the Wairarapa coast. Seals are more common in the South Island with popular spots including Cape Foulwind on the West Coast, Kaikoura and the Catlins coastline. Photo by @veselo_celjade on Instagram.
An action shot of this common dolphin showing off in the Waitemata Harbour in Auckland. Along with common dolphins, New Zealand is the only country in the world to be home to Hector's dolphins. These small dolphins are found predominantly in the South Island. Photo by @libby_muir on Instagram.
From August to March each year you can watch the comings and goings of busy gannet colonies, found in both Muriwai, Auckland and Hawkes Bay. These birds are incredibly photogenic and entertaining. Photo by @jamessyoung on Instagram.