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Wednesday, January 30th, 2013
Kala making Gene Simmons jealous.. by Mandy Sierra Photography http://500px.com/MandySierra

Kala making Gene Simmons jealous..
by Mandy Sierra Photography
http://500px.com/MandySierra

Photographer Betsy Seeton took this picture of golden-mantled ground squirrel having an intimate moment with a teddy bear in Colorado Picture: Betsy Seeton/Solent News

Photographer Betsy Seeton took this picture of golden-mantled ground squirrel having an intimate moment with a teddy bear in Colorado
Picture: Betsy Seeton/Solent News

Arnie the cat meets Huwi the Turkmenian Eagle Owlet at Linton Zoo, Cambridgeshire Picture: Linton Zoo / Rex Features

Arnie the cat meets Huwi the Turkmenian Eagle Owlet at Linton Zoo, Cambridgeshire
Picture: Linton Zoo / Rex Features

A close up of the head of a deep-sea viper fish photographed by American marine photographer Jason Bradley Picture: JASON BRADLEY / CATERS NEWS

A close up of the head of a deep-sea viper fish photographed by American marine photographer Jason Bradley
Picture: JASON BRADLEY / CATERS NEWS

Miss Pig is driving her owners barking mad after convincing herself she is a dog. Tricia James found the three-week-old piglet last year yelping like a dog outside her home in Hornsdale, Australia. She comments: It was quite strange, we found her at the back door like you would a dog, the pig sty is about 200m away. She eats with the dogs, hops into bed with them and makes all sorts of noises that are more like a dog. If I call her name, she comes running, again like a dog. She was the runt of her litter and just refuses to go back to the pig sty. It's the first pig we've had behave like this. Now the 4-month-old Miss Pig spends her time running around the farm with Tricia's 10 dogs with whom she is the best of friends. Picture: Tait Schmaal/Newspix / Rex Features

Miss Pig is driving her owners barking mad after convincing herself she is a dog. Tricia James found the three-week-old piglet last year yelping like a dog outside her home in Hornsdale, Australia. She comments: It was quite strange, we found her at the back door like you would a dog, the pig sty is about 200m away. She eats with the dogs, hops into bed with them and makes all sorts of noises that are more like a dog. If I call her name, she comes running, again like a dog. She was the runt of her litter and just refuses to go back to the pig sty. It’s the first pig we’ve had behave like this. Now the 4-month-old Miss Pig spends her time running around the farm with Tricia’s 10 dogs with whom she is the best of friends.
Picture: Tait Schmaal/Newspix / Rex Features

Beautiful Abyssinia Roller, Senegal by Armelle Fotos Passion https://www.facebook.com/ArmelleFotosDuMonde

Beautiful Abyssinia Roller, Senegal
by Armelle Fotos Passion
https://www.facebook.com/ArmelleFotosDuMonde

Giraffes, Senegal by Armelle Foto's Passion https://www.facebook.com/ArmelleFotosDuMonde

Giraffes, Senegal
by Armelle Foto’s Passion
https://www.facebook.com/ArmelleFotosDuMonde

Tiger  by Susi Fischer Photography

Tiger
by Susi Fischer Photography

Raccoon Peekaboo by Susi Fischer Photography

Raccoon Peekaboo
by Susi Fischer Photography

Peregrine Falcon at San Diego Zoo Safari Park by Clark Oden Photography https://www.facebook.com/ClarkOdenPhotography

Peregrine Falcon at San Diego Zoo Safari Park
by Clark Oden Photography
https://www.facebook.com/ClarkOdenPhotography

Killer Wales Submission by  Michelle Barrette

Killer Wales
Submission by Michelle Barrette

A shy sea otter hides from the camera while it grooms itself Picture: TOM AND PAT LEESON / ARDEA / CATERS NEWS

A shy sea otter hides from the camera while it grooms itself
Picture: TOM AND PAT LEESON / ARDEA / CATERS NEWS

An Australian fur seal, named fondly by local divers as Cecile, takes a bite out of an octopus under Rye pier on the Mornington Peninsula, near Melbourne, Australia Picture: PHIL DAVIDSON / CATERS NEWS

An Australian fur seal, named fondly by local divers as Cecile, takes a bite out of an octopus under Rye pier on the Mornington Peninsula, near Melbourne, Australia
Picture: PHIL DAVIDSON / CATERS NEWS

Chimpanzee catching a snack by Mandy Sierra Photography http://500px.com/photo/23273247

Chimpanzee catching a snack
by Mandy Sierra Photography
http://500px.com/photo/23273247

A 9-month-old poodle acts as a babysitter to a kitten at a pet shop in Hefei, Anhui Province, China Picture: Rex Features

A 9-month-old poodle acts as a babysitter to a kitten at a pet shop in Hefei, Anhui Province, China
Picture: Rex Features

Inside a glacier in Iceland photographed by Swedish photographer Hans Strand Picture: Hans Strand / Barcroft Media

Inside a glacier in Iceland photographed by Swedish photographer Hans Strand
Picture: Hans Strand / Barcroft Media

A seagull looks at its own reflection on the ice of a frozen lake in Moers, Germany Picture: AP Photo/Frank Augstein

A seagull looks at its own reflection on the ice of a frozen lake in Moers, Germany
Picture: AP Photo/Frank Augstein

Lion at closing time....Zoo Miami by Mandy Sierra Photography  http://500px.com/photo/23272967

Lion at closing time….Zoo Miami
by Mandy Sierra Photography
http://500px.com/photo/23272967

Clouded Leopard..Zoo Miami by Mandy Sierra Photography

Clouded Leopard..Zoo Miami
by Mandy Sierra Photography

Camels ridden by robot jockeys compete during a weekly camel race at the Kuwait Camel Racing club in Kebd. The robots are controlled by trainers, who follow in their vehicles around the track. Picture: REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee

Camels ridden by robot jockeys compete during a weekly camel race at the Kuwait Camel Racing club in Kebd. The robots are controlled by trainers, who follow in their vehicles around the track.
Picture: REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee

A pygmy elephant calf walks next to its dead mother in the Gunung Rara Forest Reserve in the Malaysian state of Sabah on the island of Borneo. Ten endangered Borneo pygmy elephants have now been found dead and are believed to have died of poisoning. Picture: REUTERS/Sabah Wildlife Department

A pygmy elephant calf walks next to its dead mother in the Gunung Rara Forest Reserve in the Malaysian state of Sabah on the island of Borneo. Ten endangered Borneo pygmy elephants have now been found dead and are believed to have died of poisoning.
Picture: REUTERS/Sabah Wildlife Department

Eye contact with Lion at Zoo Miami……..600mm lens loaned to me by Adrian Tavano…
by Mandy Sierra Photography http://500px.com/photo/22414657

Clouded Leopard checking out the crowd....in camera editing by Adrian Tavano Photos....
Clouded Leopard checking out the crowd….in camera editing by Adrian Tavano Photos….
by Mandy Sierra Photography
Japanese macaques bathing in the hot springs at Jigokudani Hot Spring Park in Nagano, Japan Picture: Kiyoshi Ookawa/Caters

Japanese macaques bathing in the hot springs at Jigokudani Hot Spring Park in Nagano, Japan
Picture: Kiyoshi Ookawa/Caters

Justin Tigerboy Fernandes feeding a young tiger milk at Jugomaro Predator Park, South Africa.

Justin Tigerboy Fernandes feeding a young tiger milk at Jugomaro Predator Park, South Africa.

Lemek Lion Pride, Masai Mara, Kenya Courtesy of Jackson Looseyia

Lemek Lion Pride, Masai Mara, Kenya
Courtesy of Jackson Looseyia

 

 

The northern lights or Aurora borealis photographed by Ben Hall in Iceland Picture: Ben Hall / Rex Features

The northern lights or Aurora borealis photographed by Ben Hall in Iceland
Picture: Ben Hall / Rex Features

A global view of the Earth at night, compiled from more than 400 satellite images. Researchers have suggested that heat generated by large cities can alter the climate thousands of miles away. The 'waste heat' from buildings, factories and road vehicles disrupts atmospheric systems that affect the weather over great distances, it is claimed. Picture: Nasa/Noaa/PA

A global view of the Earth at night, compiled from more than 400 satellite images. Researchers have suggested that heat generated by large cities can alter the climate thousands of miles away. The ‘waste heat’ from buildings, factories and road vehicles disrupts atmospheric systems that affect the weather over great distances, it is claimed.
Picture: Nasa/Noaa/PA
Dublin photographer Fran Veale has shot a set of portraits of dogs showing off the latest in canine couture. The photos are of dogs that Fran spotted in the street and asked owners if he could shoot them. Above are Joker (left) and Ross. Picture: Fran Veale / Rex Features

Dublin photographer Fran Veale has shot a set of portraits of dogs showing off the latest in canine couture. The photos are of dogs that Fran spotted in the street and asked owners if he could shoot them. Above are Joker (left) and Ross.
Picture: Fran Veale / Rex Features

Camera-Shy Puppy !!

Camera-Shy Puppy !!

A 'crab's-eye' view of a laysan albatross taking off on a beach on the Pacific island of Midway Atoll Picture: Paul Mckenzie / Barcroft Media

A ‘crab’s-eye’ view of a laysan albatross taking off on a beach on the Pacific island of Midway Atoll
Picture: Paul Mckenzie / Barcroft Media

Wildlife photographer Reinhard Dirscherl has a close encounter with a whale shark off the coast of Indonesia Picture: REINHARD DIRSCHERL/CATERS NEWS

Wildlife photographer Reinhard Dirscherl has a close encounter with a whale shark off the coast of Indonesia
Picture: REINHARD DIRSCHERL/CATERS NEWS

Full grown elephants stand at between 3 to 4 meters in height ... now just imagine the height of the Acacia Tortilis tree in the background .... in Amboseli, everything is BIG  by Benson M. Mwakugu

Full grown elephants stand at between 3 to 4 meters in height … now just imagine the height of the Acacia Tortilis tree in the background …. in Amboseli, everything is BIG
by Benson M. Mwakugu