Animals in Photos, January 2014

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Animals in Photos, January 2014.
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Animals in Photos, January 2014:

Orangutangskie tenderness in Tokyo zoo. (Photo by Hiroya Minakuchi | Minden Pictures | Solent News):

Animals in Photos, January 2014

Hippos at the zoo in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo EPA | JULIAN SMITH):

Animals in Photos, January 2014

Sea lion found in his artistic talent. Aquarium in Yokohama. (Photo KAZUHIRO NOGI | AFP | Getty Images):

Animals in Photos, January 2014

Incredibly joyful insect Lirometopum coronatum from Costa Rica. (Photo KENJI KISHIDA | CATERS NEWS):

Animals in Photos, January 2014

On the birthday cake egg raccoon presented at the zoo in Yunnan Province, China. (Photo by REUTERS | Wong Campion):

Animals in Photos, January 2014

Nepali drover demonstrates acrobatics with his elephant in Chitwan National Park. (Photo PRAKASH MATHEMA | AFP | Getty Images):

Animals in Photos, January 2014

Happy seal in an aquarium in Portugal. (Photo MAXIM ANDREEV | CATERS NEWS):

Animals in Photos, January 2014

Swim with sperm whales off the coast of Dominica. Known for the unique ability of the sperm whale in extremely deep diving. He dives deeper (up to 1200 m), than any other animal, breathing air. (Photo by Franco Banfi | Barcroft Media):

Animals in Photos, January 2014

With his mouth wide open. Whale shark in Indonesia. Whale shark, unlike most other sharks, only eats plankton. She swims very slowly, usually no faster than 5 km / h, and poses no danger to humans. (Photo by Reinhard Dirscherl | FLPA | Solent News):

Animals in Photos, January 2014

Cockeyed. Chameleon during the inventory of animals in the reserve in Potsdam, East Germany. Chameleons catch insects with hunting language sucker on the end, a discharge process which is around 1/20 seconds, and with a return to its original position – no more than half a second. Three seconds chameleon can recognize up to four and catch insects. (Photo RALF HIRSCHBERGER | AFP | Getty Images):

Animals in Photos, January 2014

After New Year’s Eve. Giant panda is sleeping on a tree in a wildlife park Hangzhou, East China. (Photo by AFP | Getty Images):

Animals in Photos, January 2014

Millions of red crabs began their annual migration from the rainforest on the coast of the Indian Ocean. (Photo by Xu Yanyan | REX):

Animals in Photos, January 2014

In London Zoo began annual census of animals. This is the western lowland gorilla. (Photo by Ray Tang | REX):

Animals in Photos, January 2014

Photos on the memory. Polar bear in a zoo in Quebec, Canada. (Photo by REUTERS | Mathieu Belanger):

Animals in Photos, January 2014

Penguins in the aquarium in Hanoi, Vietnam. Penguins streamlined body shape that is ideal for movement in the water. The fastest way to travel is “dolphin swim”, while the animal for a short time jumping out of the water like a dolphin. (Photo EPA | LUONG THAI LINH):

Animals in Photos, January 2014

Shoebill or royal heron. This is a very large bird, its height averages 1.2 m, 2.3 m wingspan kitoglava German name translates as “botinkoklyuvy.” (Photo by Martin Hale | FLPA | REX):

Animals in Photos, January 2014

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