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Famous cross-eyed opossum Heidi inspects its new enclosure at the newly built tropical hall of the Zoo in Leipzig, Germany June 9, 2011. It is believed that Heidi's crossed eyes could have come from a poor diet when she was young, causing large fat deposits to form behind her eyes. Reuters/Fabrizio Bensch
Long-tailed mayflies (Palingenia longicauda) mate on the surface of the Tisza river near Tiszakurt, 135km (84 miles) southeast of Budapest, Hungary June 12, 2011. Millions of these short-lived mayflies engage in a frantic rush to mate and reproduce before they perish in just a few hours during "Tiszaviragzas" or Tisza blooming season from late spring to early summer every year.
Przewalski's horses graze on a meadow at a farm in the village of Dolni Dobrejov near the city of Tabor, Czech Republic, June 14, 2011. Przewalski's Horse or the Dzungian Horse - is one of the last wild horses in the world. Prague's zoo has recently organised a transport of four of such horses, a stallion and three mares, to Mongolia's Khovd province to return them to their native environment.
A cat walks amongst ash from Chile's Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcano chain at the mountain resort San Martin de Los Andes in Argentina's Patagonia June 13, 2011.
African penguins exit a limousine as they arrive for the premiere of the film "Mr. Popper's Penguins" in Hollywood, California, June 12, 2011.
A thumbnail-sized juvenile Toad Mountain harlequin frog sits on a leaf before being released after biologists from the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute checked it for a lethal fungus on Panama's Cerro Sapo March 29, 2011. The endangered frogs are likely to be wiped out in the wild by the imminent arrival of frog chytrid, a fungus that has decimated amphibian species across the globe in recent decades. Panama's Cerro Sapo is one of the few regions still partly free from the fungus. Picture taken March 29, 2011.
A seven-months-old yellow baboon (Papio cynocephalus) carries a Galagos also known as a bushbaby at the Animal Orphanage in the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) headquarters in Nairobi, June 10, 2011. Defying nature, the Yellow Baboon, rescued in Maralal (northern Kenya) has quickly adopted a Galagos, rescued in Nyeri (central Kenya), after meeting at the orphanage giving it affection and protection as if it were her own offspring. Yellow baboons inhabits savannas and light forests in the eastern Africa while Galagos are small, nocturnal primates native to continental Africa.
A female panda bear named Hua Zui Ba eats bamboo inside her enclosure at Madrid's zoo June 10, 2011. Hua Zui Ba is the mother of twin panda bears Po and De De, who were born in the zoo September 7, 2010.
A tourist and domino fish (Dascyllus trimacultus) swim together near corals at the Egyptian resort of Madinat Makadi near Hurgada June 8, 2011.
Sapo, a three month old male pygmy hippo is coaxed from a pond by his mother Flora after swimming for the first time at Whipsnade Zoo near Dunstable, southern England June 7, 2011. When fully grown, Sapo will reach one metre in height and weigh over 250 kg.
A dog walks on grain in a warehouse in the village of Konstantinovo, some 60 km (37 miles) from the Southern Russian city of Stavropol June 7, 2011.
Chicks of black stork sit on a nest in a forest near village of Kamen, some 70 km (44 miles) west of Minsk, June 5, 2011.
Defending champion surfing dog Abbie rides a wave during the Loews Surf Dog Competition in Imperial Beach, California June 4, 2011. Thousands of people on Saturday attended the competitive event for dogs and their owners.
A goat eats discarded watermelons after farmers failed to sell them at a farm in La Mojonera, southeastern Spain, June 3, 2011.
Scarlet Macaws are pictured at Xcaret's ecological park in Playa del Carmen June 1, 2011. The park has entered into the Guinness World Records for having the biggest number of endangered macaws born in captivity in the same place over one year. A total of 105 Scarlet Macaws and Green Macaws (Ara militaris) have been born in captivity at the park since 2009.
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