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    To escape the tropical sun on Aldabra atoll, giant tortoises take shelter in layers beneath any available foliage.

    Via: National Geographic

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    The elephants are throwing water on the villagers during the celebration of the New Year (Songkran) in Ayutthaya province, north of Bangkok, Thailand.

    Via: Rueters

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    A Zookeeper presents a walrus with a birthday cake made of herring.

    Via: Imgur

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    Paralyzed dogs get a chance to move and live a happy life as they used to. Lima, Peru

    Via: Rueters

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    A tender friendship between a cow and a cat on a farm in Quebec, Canada.

    Via: Rueters

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    After being nearly eradicated by trappers in the mid-1800s, beavers are making a comeback in the West, including in Grand Teton National Park.

    Via: National Geographic

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    Little houses like this are provided for stray cats in Turkey. The words ’This is my house. Please don’t damage’ are written on it.

    Via: vk

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    An old woman playing with a kitten near her house. Shanghai, China

    Via: Rueters

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    Zebra and elephants share the banks of the lower Cuito River near Meno a Kwena Tented Camp in Botswana.

    Via: National Geographic

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    A pet saddleback tamarin hangs onto Yoina Mameria Nontsotega as the Matsigenka girl takes a dip in the Yomibato River, deep inside Manu´ National Park

    Via: National Geographic

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    Red foxes racing on a snowy hill in Biei, a town in Hokkaido, Japan

    Via: National Geographic

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    During the flood not far from Noakhali District, in the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, a boy named Bilal saw a sinking young deer away from its family. Risking his life, he saved the animal from drowning.

    Via: Bored Panda

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    Ridwan Sururi is selecting new books for a specialized moving library while a boy is looking for something interesting to read. Indonesia

    Via: pinterest

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    A little donkey saved from the flood was so happy that it seemed to be smiling.

    Via: Facebook

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    Naoto Matsumura is the only person who wasn’t afraid of living in the Fukushima Exclusion Zone. He left the town with the others, but then returned to take care of animals left at home.

    Via: China News
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