You always need to give us the refusal reason.
Here you have, however, a high level of noise. In addition, the picture is not really sharp (shake?).
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but the picture is sharp, pixels will bust for any image if we zoom it more than required?
Pictures need to be sharp at 100% view magnification, this one isn't sharp around the eyes, but effectively there was no shake. The noise is, however, real and a problem. Noise and other artefacts are best appreciated at 100% and 200%, sometimes even 300%.
Just as a reminder: you did not tell us the rjection reason.
In the upper part of the animal's head, there is a very sharp contour line without a smooth transition of the shadow. A green leaf with sharp irregular contours is the second confirmation of rough processing. Here has been applied (Fill) - (Selections with fill based on content). Usually, after that you need to remove color noise and graininess.
As a guess, I would say rejected for technical issues. There is a magenta cast in the photo. The rock is the wrong colour for example. You have to change the white balance/colour temperature. This is apart from the other issues that @Abambo pointed out!!
Read this about adjusting white balance:
As for zooming in, yes, you do get to see more pixels, but it should still be 'clean' if one zooms to 100%.