Presentation on theme: "Camels drink water from a well in the village of Yaa-Sharbana, near Nairobi, Kenya."— Presentation transcript:
Camels drink water from a well in the village of Yaa-Sharbana, near Nairobi, Kenya.
Biologist Adam Warwick saves a male black bear from drowning near Alligator Point, Fla., in the Gulf of Mexico. The bear had been wandering in a nearby neighborhood when it was hit with a tranquilizer dart and bolted into the ocean before it was sedated.
Muscovy ducklings scramble up a curb as they follow their mother while foraging for food in Miami.
A blackbrook longhorn cow grazes at a farm in Leicestershire, England.
Two horses fight during a traditional event in Sabucedo, a village in northwestern Spain.
Baby, sporting designer glasses, participates in the pet costume contest held at the Roswell Convention and Civic Center during the Roswell UFO Festival Baby took third place.
Makali, a 3-year-old giraffe, nuzzles her Fourth of July treat, a red, white and blue fruitcicle made of apples and carrots frozen into three layers, at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo, Calif.
A baby red kangaroo peeks from its mother's pouch at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.
A policeman trains police dogs during a military drill in Taiyuan, China. The nation will have nearly 100,000 commandos, police and members of the military on standby up to and during the Beijing Olympics to handle potential terrorist attacks.
A keeper feeds a hippopotamus named Bresta at the Kiev Zoo in Kiev, Ukraine, as the animal celebrates its 50th birthday.
Barn owls stand inside their enclosure at Ghamadan Zoo near Amman, Jordan.
Tim Racer embraces Teddles, a dog rescued from a dog-fighting encampment owned by NFL quarterback Michael Vick, at the 38th annual Gay Pride parade in San Francisco.
A sweat bee collects pollen from a purple coneflower at Raymond Park in Lewiston, Maine. Their attraction to sweat makes them a pest -- they will sting if squeezed or squashed against someone's skin.
Dappled deer leap in an enclosure at a deer farm near Barnaul, Russia. The farm raises some 600 deer 600 Siberian stags, whose antlers are harvested in June and used for the production of medicine