Animals That Make the News

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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.

Ploskohvosty Mossy gecko, belongs to a group of geckos living in Madagascar. This animal is from the private collection of the New Yorker. (Photo by Reuters | J. Adam Fenster | University of Rochester):

Animals That Make the News

President Vladimir Putin and deer during a visit to the Republic of Tuva and Khakassia, July 20, 2013. (Photo by Reuters | Alexei Nikolskyi | RIA Novosti):

Animals That Make the News

At night the deserts examination by ultraviolet lamps can easily find scorpions. They just glow in the ultraviolet. The reason that they glow – a thin layer of organic matter hialina, the chemical composition of which is not yet identified. Negev Desert, Israel, August 5, 2013. (Photo by Uriel Sinai | Getty Images):

Animals That Make the News

Humpback whale in a natural park in Colombia, July 16, 2013. Humpback whales are often beaten and slapped on the surface of the sea long pectoral fins and tail fin, whipping foam, roll over on your back, put up out of the water of the muzzle. Often completely jump out of the water in an upright position and with a resounding splash of falling down. (Photo by Luis Robayo | AFP | Getty Images):

Animals That Make the News

Salt Lake City, Utah. Coach for paragliding and hang gliding with a 37-year veteran Dan McManus and his dog Shadow. Nine years they fly together. July 22, 2013. (Photo by Jim Urquhart | Reuters):

Animals That Make the News

Bumblebee and sunflower, France, September 4, 2013. Bumblebees – one of the most cold-resistant insects: they are able to quickly and often reducing the chest muscles, your body heat rapidly to the required 40 ° C. This allows them to fly out early in the morning and collect nectar first, when the air is still not warmed up, and gives bumblebees certain competitive advantage over other types of insects. About 300 species of bumble bees live in Northern Eurasia, North America, North Africa, and also in some other regions of the mountains. (Photo by Philippe Huguen | AFP | Getty Images):

Animals That Make the News

This picture was taken in the Lazo state nature reserve in the Far East of Russia at a time when the golden eagle attacking a deer, glaring at him with powerful claws. (Photo by AP Photo | The Zoological Society of London):

Animals That Make the News

In Newmarket, England were racing, September 24, 2013. It is important to understand that the jumps are not the kind of equestrian sports. (Photo by Alan Crowhurst | Getty Images):

Animals That Make the News

Shepherd Komondor breed affects not only the canine community. Almost all people fascinated stop when this huge shaggy haired dog with a fringed met him on the way. Harmonious heavily muscled body covered by tape or cord scalp that can grow to the ground. Head, face completely cover the hair, so it is impossible to make out the expression of the dog’s eyes, and only an expert who knows the breed, can understand what kind of mood is Komondor. Hungary, September 3, 2013. (Photo by Reuters | Laszlo Balogh):

Animals That Make the News

In the wildlife park in Qingdao, Shandong Province, China decided to test the savage instincts of five-month-old leopard cub, hoisted him into a rabbit, September 10, 2013. Rabbit custom made an attempt to escape to the other side, pushing down on the head of a small leopard. (Photo by Reuters | Stringer):

Animals That Make the News

This Asian elephant calf at birth nearly trampled own mother for unknown reasons. The zoo in Rongcheng, Shandong Province, China took responsibility for his upbringing, August 31, 2013. (Photo by Reuters | China Daily):

Animals That Make the News

The reserve, located near the coast in East Sussex – an ideal habitat for many resident and migratory birds. Here the study of migration. Here’s employees study songbird Willow Warbler, August 21, 2013. (Photo by Dan Kitwood | Getty Images):

Animals That Make the News

And Preserve, located near the coast in East Sussex, is the largest place in the world by banding birds. In the photo: the employees weighed warbler, August 21, 2013. (Photo by Dan Kitwood | Getty Images):

Animals That Make the News

This kangaroo – a resident of the zoo in the state of Oklahoma, August 28, 2013. Kangaroos were first described by James Cook, who in April 1770 went up to the north-east coast of Australia. (Photo by AP Photo | Sue Ogrocki):

Animals That Make the News

Pug pleased by the meeting owners of this breed in Berlin, Germany, Aug. 3, 2013. Pugs – a dog with a lively, cheerful and with a balanced character, noble and affectionate to the owner. (Photo by AP Photo | Gero Breloer):

Animals That Make the News

In London Zoo takes inventory, August 21, 2013. That’s it weighed frogs. (Photo by Bethany Clarke | Getty Images):

Animals That Make the News

Truly a strange holiday called “The Day of the goose” exists in Spain, it runs from 1 to 8 September. in the Basque village of Lekeitio. Dead goose is hung from a rope, and the participants ‘celebration’ boat swim up to him and grabbed his head goose. They hold on to it for as long as either does not fall into the water themselves, or will do so with his head severed goose. (Photo (Rafa Rivas | AFP | Getty Images):

Animals That Make the News

This 2-month-old snow leopard cub, he was born June 13, 2013 at the Zoo in Brookfield, Illinois. While not a small cat will be 3 months, he will remain with his mother, and then it will show the general public. (Photo by AP Photo | Chicago Zoological Society, Jim Schulz):

Animals That Make the News

Veterinarians from the service of the Kenya Wildlife removed the horn of a wild black rhino, 26 August 201. So they fight against poaching and save animals from killing. (Photo by Carl De Souza | AFP | Getty Images):

Animals That Make the News

Madagascar ploskohvosty gekkonchik, Rochester, NY, August 1, 2013. They are studying at the local university. Geckos – large family of small to medium size rather peculiar lizards. (Photo by Reuters | J. Adam Fenster | University of Rochester):

Animals That Make the News

In Bucharest, the stray dogs are bred. Their number has exceeded 60,000, and they are bitten dozens of people every day. Recently, the street dogs bitten to death of 4-year-old boy. In the photo: Worker dog shelter dog bites during catching in the street, Bucharest, September 13, 2013. (Photo by Reuters | Bogdan Cristel):

Animals That Make the News

Chinese fur of Chongfu. The small town Chongfu in Zhejiang Province in the east of the country is the largest center for the production and processing of fur in China. It employs 1,469 companies engaged in this business. 910 shops sell fur very different – from rabbit and sheep skins tanned to the fox, raccoon and mink. Total production – about $ 2 billion a year around here sell 26,890,000 fur products, which is 20% of the world market of fur. Much of the fur semi supplied here is smuggled from other countries. (Photo by Reuters | Stringer):

Animals That Make the News

A monkey in a mask on the street in Jakarta entertains local children, September 11, 2013. (Photo by Ed Wray | Getty Images):

Animals That Make the News

Gotcha! It caught a large alligator 396 dyne cm and a weight of 330 kg. Vicksburg, Miss., Sept. 1, 2013. (Photo by Reuters | Ryan Bockman):

Animals That Make the News

Wolfish look. In the wildlife park near Paris, home to about 200 species of animals that are trained to shoot in film and advertising campaigns. September 18, 2013.(Photo by Miguel Medina | AFP | Getty Images):

Animals That Make the News

That’s bad enough rider to have his horse during a race. The U.S. city of Louisville is famous for “the most exciting two minutes of sports” – “Kentucky Derby”, the most popular races of the American “Triple Crown.” Kentucky, May 4, 2013. (Photo by AP Photo | James Crisp):

Animals That Make the News

Pelican at the zoo near the town of Mechelen, Belgium, August 20, 2013. Pelicans – the inhabitants of sea shoal, shallow freshwater and saline lakes and large rivers. They go clumsy but well-fly and swim, can soar for long periods. With the water rise after takeoff. (Photo by Reuters | Francois Lenoir):

Animals That Make the News

Yet another strange event took place at this time in Nepal, August 23, 2013. But the bottom line is this: the goat is thrown into a pond, and the winner is the team that is the first of its reach. (Photo by Reuters | Navesh Chitrakar):

Animals That Make the News

Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired of Massachusetts organized the show and chat with horses for their patients, September 11, 2013. (Photo by Reuters | Brian Snyder):

Animals That Make the News

A man saves his dog from flood waters after Hurricane Manuel in Mexico, September 20, 2013. The death toll as a result of the hurricane, “Ingrid” and tropical storm “Manuel” in Mexico, according to the latest data, reached 50 people, local media reported. (Photo by Fernando Brito | AFP | Getty Images):

Animals That Make the News

Not the most humane event was held in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, July 5, 2013. It was the 101st rodeo Calgary Stampede. (Photo by Reuters | Todd Korol):

Animals That Make the News

Training horses for racing in the meadows, 70 km from the Mongolian city of Ulan Bator, June 26, 2013. (Photo by Reuters | Carlos Barria):

Animals That Make the News

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