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Sugar Ray, a 20-year-old drill monkey, is seen at the Drill Ranch, a safe haven for the endangered species in Cross River State, Nigeria. Sugar Ray lost a lower limb as a baby when a hunter killed its mother
Photograph courtesy of Reuters/Jonathan Waterhouse

Sugar Ray, a 20-year-old drill monkey, is seen at the Drill Ranch in Cross River State, Nigeria, which serves as a safe haven for the endangered species. When Sugar Ray was a baby, his mother was killed by a hunter, and he lost a lower limb.

Shrekapo, the elusive merino sheep in Lake Tekapo, New Zealand. The sheep grew an enormous fleece while evading capture and is now 18.6kg lighter after its first shave
photographer : George Empson

Shrekapo, the rare merino sheep in New Zealand’s Lake Tekapo. While eluding capture, the sheep produced a massive fleece and is now 18.6kg lighter following its first shave.

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A common bronzeback tree snake (Dendrelaphis tristis) peeks through the middle of the grasses in a meadow at Tehatta, West Bengal, India
Photograph: Soumyabrata

Near a meadow in Tehatta, West Bengal, India, a typical bronzeback tree snake (Dendrelaphis tristis) emerges through the grasses.

A stork feeds its babies in a nest near Monchique, Portugal
Photograph: Gabriel Bouys/AFP/Getty Images

In a nest near Monchique, Portugal, a stork feeds its young.

The gigantic shark appears to have a six pack
Credit: mediadrumimages/RodneyBursiel

The world’s most muscular shark, with what seems to be a six-pack, cruises through the sea. It can be seen slamming into a diver’s cage in incredible photos.

A baby bear known as Hakvan is seen at a rehabilition centre in Van, Turkey. The baby bear, separated from its mother and brought to Van for treatment, is fed every three hours and is constantly kept under the supervision of veterinarians
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At the Wild Animal Conservation and Rehabilitation Center in Van, Turkey, a baby bear named Hakvan is viewed. The newborn bear is fed every three hours and is continually maintained under the watch of veterinarians after being removed from its mother and brought to Van for treatment.

A bee searches for pollen on a flower during a sunny spring day in Belgrade, Serbia. A study published in the journal Nature says habitat loss from big agriculture and climate change are combining to threaten the world’s insects
photograph: Darko Vojinović/AP

At the Wild Animal Conservation and Rehabilitation Center in Van, Turkey, a baby bear named Hakvan is viewed. The newborn bear is fed every three hours and is continually maintained under the watch of veterinarians after being removed from its mother and brought to Van for treatment.

twin lemurs

The Woburn Safari Park has welcomed ring-tailed lemur twins. They twins are born to parents Sambava and Berenty. The ring-tailed lemur is an endangered species. Therefore, the birth is a double victory for the safari park and lemurs worldwide. Furthermore, the primate team at the safari park has confirmed that one twin is male whereas the other is female.

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