to bad dreamstime reviewers do not care much about wildlife. They seem to like to reject most of the wildlife pics, and I think some pretty good ones. I VERY RARELY post in the message board, but am a bit tired of their crap..
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I don't think it's about caring or not caring. It's more about what customers are looking for. If wildlife images are not on high demand, it's wise to take only bests of the bests for sale. Rejections doesn't mean your images are bad. It just means Dreamstime don't have clients for such type of images.
I dont have many wildlife, but of the few I have some are among my best sellers, so I think the subject sells well here. There are manu factors influencing sales, keywords, how well the photographer is, etc... As to rejections, many other factors influence them, one is accurate keywords, if you have a full description of the animal including its latin names, for sure its more likely to be approved than a general "pretty bird on a tree" like description. Thats the reason why they dont let us discuss rejections here, there are too many things that could be the reason