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Kenya-Animals-Mara-Serengeti-Wonder Featured Animals Print

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Wilderbeast are pictured in the Maasai Mara, approximately 400 kilometres southwest of Nairobi, in this 24, November 2006 photo. The age-old annual migration of atleast a million Wilderbeast, among other species between the Serengeti game reserve in Tanzania and Kenya's Maasai Mara mainly in search of pasture, is now classified as a ' Wonder of The World'. The Maasai Mara and Serengeti and the Wilderbeast migration were selected as one of the new wonders by a panel of experts in wildlife and nature termed as 'the uniqueness of the area and preservation it provides to so many species living in harmony'. AFP PHOTO/TONY KARUMBA / AFP PHOTO / TONY KARUMBA

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India-Weather-Animals Featured Animals Print

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A Bengal tiger reacts while cooling off in a pond inside a cage during a hot summer day at Alipore Zoological Garden in Kolkata on June 20, 2018.
The Bengal tiger was recovered injured from the Sundarbans area bordering Bangladesh and has since lost some of its teeth due to aging. Zoo authorities have taken different measures starting from different summer diets, provided fans or incresed the water sources in the cages to keep the animala cool in this season. / AFP PHOTO / Dibyangshu SARKAR

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India-Arts-Circus-Dog Featured Animals Print

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An Indian dog holds an umbrella and bag during a performance rehearsal at Asiad Circus in Amritsar, 03 August 2005. The Indian circus, once known for its daring feats, is now struggling to keep the show going. There is a ban now on the exhibition of lions, tigers, panthers, bears and monkeys, though most circuses still have them. A long and determined crusade by Maneka Gandhi and other activists, who argued that circuses ill-treated their animals, subjecting them to great cruelty, led to this ban. It is widely expected that the other animals too will soon be prevented from putting in an appearance. / AFP PHOTO / NARINDER NANU

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