Smile, everybody! Cownose rays appear to be posing, but they’re really just crowding diver Jay Schwander as he feeds a French Angelfish in the Caribbean Reef exhibit of the Aquarium of the Americas in New Orleans.
Lions don’t normally climb trees, but the rare sight of seven lions in an acacia tree was captured in the Nakuru National Park in Kenya by tourist Angela Turnbull, a London-trained nurse who has emigrated to Australia Picture: Angela Turnbull / National...
A new born Indian rhinoceros cub and its mother Betty take a bath in a mud hole at the Tierpark (Animal Park) Zoo in Berlin, Friday, Aug. 5, 2011. The yet unnamed rhinoceros cub was born on July 31 and presented to the public on Friday.
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