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Animal pictures of the week.


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We begin this week’s animal gallery with a few Easter-themed photographs. The animals at Marwell Wildlife took part in their own Easter egg hunt. Those clever enough to figure out how to break into their colourful eggs were rewarded with tasty treats. Here, a Sulawesi crested macaque examines his Easter egg.

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A lion at Longleat in Wiltshire plays with an ostrich Easter egg…

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Diego the Tegu lizard at Longleat explores a basket of Easter treats.

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Macy’s New York had a Petacular Pet Parade for Easter.

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Enough of the Easter pictures. Here’s a tiger cub and a pig snoozing together at the Sriracha Tiger Zoo in Thailand.

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A baby North Chinese leopard named Zhang Jie hits the photographer’s camera lens with its paw at the Hagenbeck zoo in Hamburg, Germany.

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Five, an African elephant, dips a paint brush as it paints a picture at West Midlands Safari Park in Bewdley.

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White rhinoceros baby Naruna explores its enclosure together with its mother at the Serengeti Park in Hodenhagen, Germany.

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Three rare golden snub-nosed monkeys, famed for their striking appearance with orange fur and bright blue faces, are seen at the Everland zoo in South Korea.

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Gorilla infant Kiburi sleeps on her mother Safiri’s back, during sunny weather at the zoo, in Duisburg, Germany.

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A six-year-old cow with six legs is seen at a zoo in Yichang in Hubei Province, China.

 

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April 10, 2009 - Posted by | Animals, Entertainement, Funny, nature, Weird

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