Animals That Make the News #2

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Animals That Make the News #2.
[sc:text1 ]We share our planet with a huge variety of species of animals, the mighty and the weak, fast and slow, and looking completely alien. They are animals that make the news.[sc:text2 ]

[sc:Note1 ]Animals That Make the News

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“Therapy Dog” – the best medicine. Just a few spent on stroking the dog, markedly improves the condition of patients. Hospital in Sao Paulo, Brazil, October 18, 2013. (Photo by Reuters | Nacho Doce):

Animals That Make the News #2

Help yourself! Worker private zoo in the Charente, France gives grasshopper Tamarin – to the largest representative igrunkovyh monkeys. Private zoo was opened in 1966. It is home to 1700 animals of 170 different species and takes a year to 800 000 visitors. (Photo by Reuters | Regis Duvignau):

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In Spain is a holiday “Toro de Jubilo” against which actively advocate animal rights advocates. By the horns of bulls tied balls of flammable material is ignited and released their animals run through the streets. Body and face covered with bulls thick layer of mud, which protects them from burns. (Photo by AP Photo | Andres Kudacki):

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Four-legged footballer. During the championship match of the Football League (the second most important football league after England Premier League) ran on the field of protein. (Photo by Paul Gilham | Getty Images):

Animals That Make the News #2

Show with beluga whales in an aquarium in Harbin, China, January 7, 2014. (Photo by Lintao Zhang | Getty Images):

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A man with a boy and a falcon in the desert Liva, 220 km west of Abu Dhabi. (Photo by Karim Sahib | AFP | Getty Images):

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Giraffe tenderness, Kronberg, Germany. (Photo by AP Photo | dpa, Frank Rumpenhorst):

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Ammonites – extinct subclass of cephalopods that existed from Devonian to Cretaceous period (145 million began years ago). This rainbow ammonite at auction in England. It was discovered in the Canadian province of Alberta. (Photo by Reuters | Luke MacGregor):

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Annual inventory at the zoo in Chester, England. (Photo by Reuters | Phil Noble):

Animals That Make the News #2

Adelie penguins in East Antarctica. One of the most common species of penguins. Named by the French explorer Dumont D’Urville after his wife Adele. (Photo by Reuters | Pauline Askin):

Animals That Make the News #2

Pokatushki and competitions on sheep in Denver. Incidentally, held in January of this year already in the 108th time. (Photo by Reuters | Rick Wilking):

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Water treatments in capybaras, city Higashi Matsuyama, Japan. Capybara – the largest among modern rodents. In the language of the Guarani Indians word capybara means “master of grass.” (Photo by Toshifumi Kitamura | AFP | Getty Images):

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Siberian tiger trying to catch a chicken, released huntsman to entertain visitors to the park in the province of Heilongjiang, China. (Photo by Goh Chai Hin | AFP | Getty Images):

Animals That Make the News #2

Japanese is often criticized for the fact that they eat dolphins. Indeed, in some parts of Japan dolphin meat is a traditional, so there can often find meat dishes dolphins. Japanese law does not prohibit it to do.

However, few people talk about those who eat pork. But these two animals are very similar in mind. (Photo by Reuters | Rafael Marchante):

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Firefighters rescued a donkey in the well failed, Hebei Province, China. (Photo by Reuters | China Daily):

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Almost the only resident of the ruined city in Unity State. Here come the fighting between rebels and the Southern Sudan government troops. (Photo by AP Photo | Mackenzie Knowles-Coursin):

Animals That Make the News #2

5-month-old deer hunter with an arrow in his head, NJ. Animal advocates learned boom and released into the wild deer. Vital organs do not hurt. (Photo by AP Photo | New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection):

Animals That Make the News #2

Beach in Montevideo, Uruguay. Go to work to remove a dead whale from the shore. (Photo by Miguel Rojo | AFP | Getty Images):

Animals That Make the News #2

Heterochromia – different color of the iris of the right and left eyes. In domestic dogs heterochromia common in the Siberian Husky breed. (Photo by Jeff Pachoud | AFP | Getty Images):

Animals That Make the News #2

Gore! Runaway cow attacks farmer who tried to catch it, China. Apparently, she had a hard life. (Photo by Reuters | China Daily):

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East China’s Zhejiang Province in a truck owned by the chef, was found dead Siberian tiger. This is one of the smaller tiger subspecies, the most northern tiger. Listed as endangered. (Photo DAI WEI | AFP | Getty Images):

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Catching stray dogs in Henan Province, China. Homeless dog tries to escape to freedom. (Photo by Reuters | Stringer):

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Peculiarities of National Fishing in South America. Arapaima – one of the largest freshwater fish of the world, the length is usually up to 2 m, but some individuals reach 3 m Because of its archaic morphology is considered a living fossil. (Photo by Reuters | Bruno Kelly):

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6-month Everest snow leopard in a zoo in Brookfield, Illinois. (Photo by AP Photo | Chicago Zoological Society, Jim Schulz):

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Shot in elephant tranquilizer dart in Kenya. International Fund for Animal Welfare establish GPS-trackers to track the migration routes. (Photo by AP Photo | Ben Curtis):

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Snowy owl at the zoo in Duisburg, Germany. (Photo by AP Photo | dpa, Horst Ossinger):

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Good-natured sense of purpose. 4.5-month-old Giant Panda at the zoo in Washington, DC. Giant Panda is an endangered species, characterized by a decreasing population size and low birthrate, both in the wild and in captivity at. Scientists suggest that remain in the wild around 1600 individuals. (Photo by AP Photo | Charles Dharapak):

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