By Jessica Green For Mailonline. When it comes to snapping the perfect wildlife picture, good timing can often make all the difference. The best of the bunch were collated by Bored Panda , including a very vicious-looking emu trying to poke its head into a vehicle in Oregon. Another enthusiast wanted to capture a sighting of a beautiful blue jay, but instead took a snap of a photobombing frog.
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