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Living creatures of our planet

Below is another amazing collection of living creatures that live on our planet. Zoos of the world, the appearance of cubs to the light, survival in the wild and national parks of the world, as well as other photos from the life of animals, birds and insects.

Via: boston.com

Zebra at the Beijing Zoo. Founded in 1906 at the end of the Qing Dynasty, the zoo is one of the oldest in China, it has more than 14,500 animals. (Diego Azubel/EPA)

A pair of Indian parrot chicks were caught in the forest by a local hunter and offered for sale in the northeastern Indian state of Nagaland. Despite the ban since 1990 on the trade in all kinds of birds, hundreds of parrots are offered for sale annually in India. (AFP/Getty Images)

The sea lion in the Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan aquarium, within the framework of the exhibition of the Arctic Foundation. (Kazuhiro Nogi/AFP/Getty Images)

A chameleon baby on a branch in Chemnitz, Germany. (Patrick Pleul/EPA)

The six-day-old giraffe cub with his parents (father Buddy (right) turned 6 years old, Jacqui’s mother – 11). The baby weighed at birth 85 kg, in height reached one meter. (Enrique Marcarian/Reuters)

The tortoise makes its way through the mud. The picture was taken in the village of Kfar Kila near the Lebanese-Israeli border, on July 29, 2013. (Ali Hashisho/Reuters)

Leap of the humpback whale. Photo taken in the Columbia Natural Park. The largest specimens of the humpback reach 17-18 m, the maximum weight reaches 48 tons. (Luis Robayo/AFP/Getty Images)

The bee, covered with pollen, takes off from the flower. (Billy Hefton/Enid News & Eagle via Associated Press)

Two chicks of the White Owl are sitting next to each other in Hanover, Germany. (Jochen Luebke/Associated Press)

Capuchin young in the Park del Este in Caracas. Females give birth every two years, the pregnancy lasts about 160 days. Usually one calf is born whose body weight is 8.5% of the mother’s weight. (Jorge Silva/Reuters)

Two pigs in the German zoo in Hanover. (Jochen Luebke/Reuters)

Butterfly Peacock Eye in Kassel, Germany. This species is widespread in Eurasia. The span of the wing reaches from 50 to 55 millimeters. ( Uwe Zucchi/EPA)

Adult flamingos with chicks at dawn in the natural reserve of Fuente de Piedra, near Malaga in southern Spain. (Jon Nazca/Reuters)

Two tigers at the zoo in Leipzig. (Waltraud Grubitzsch/EPA)

Brother and sister communicate with the sea seal. The photo was taken in San Jose, California.  (Damian Dovarganes/Associated Press)

Olingito is the first predator discovered in the New World in the last 35 years. Inhabits the highlands of Ecuador. It feeds on fruits, insects and small vertebrates. Carnivorous predator of the family raccoon. (Mark Gurney/Smithsonian Institution via Reuters)

Researchers from the Sea of Delaware showed their most interesting catch: a scientist caught a meter shark was completely swallowed by a huge sand tiger shark.
As a bait, a small fish of the menhaden was abandoned. The tiger sharks paid attention to it and headed for the prey, but the snack was intercepted by a small shark, also called a sea dog. The huge tiger shark did not allow the rival to enjoy the stolen fish and swallowed the rival. (University of Delaware via EPA)

The spider wraps its prey – locusts – in a web. (Hazir Reka/Reuters)

The male albino cayman (Caiman crocodilus yacare) relaxes in water after acupuncture. Crocodile receives treatment in connection with scoliosis and kyphosis. The photo was taken in Sao Paulo on August 13, 2013. (Paulo Whitaker/Reuters)

Yellow scorpion after eating its prey near Sde-Boker in the Negev desert, Israel. (Uriel Sinai/Getty Images)

Newborn panda cub at the zoo in Taipei (the largest city and the capital of Taiwan). (Taipei City Zoo/AFP/Getty Images)

The snail crawls along a wet leaf in the garden of Jacobsdorf, East Germany. (Patrick Pleul/AFP/Getty Images)

Hundreds of wild horses in the Spanish region of northwestern Galicia. (Miguel Vidal/Reuters)

Bearded owl in Rambouillet, 50 km from Paris. (Joel Saget/AFP/Getty Images)

The x-ray image of a hammerhead shark that reaches 11 meters in length and weighs about 400 kilograms. A new species was discovered in the Bay of the North Bull Charleston, on St. Helena, near Beaufort and in the harbor of Charleston. (NOAA Fisheries via The State via Associated Press)

The leopard yawns in his aviary of the Madrid zoo. (Juan Medina/Reuters)

A large toadstool, or chomga (Podiceps cristatus), floats with three chicks sitting on its back. Lake Weissensee, Austria. (Heinz-Peter Bader/Reuters)

Polar bear in the zoo of Belgrade. (Marko Djurica/Reuters)

The dragonfly hovers above the vegetation, which grows along the Treska River near Skopje. (Ognen Teofilovski/Reuters)

Young female of a bottlenose dolphin (large dolphin) in the Brookfield Zoo, Illinois. (Jim Schulz/Chicago Zoological Society via Reuters)

Sumatran tigress with her monthly baby in the Chester Zoo. (Phil Noble/Reuters)

Already in the swamp near the remote village of Luzhka, 220 km north of Minsk. (Vasily Fedosenko/Reuters)

Two miniature pigs are playing in their aviary in the zoo in Hanover, central Germany. (Jochen Luebke/AFP/Getty Images)

 

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