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Nyungwe National Park home to East Africa's most diverse primate population

A L'Hoest's monkey is seen on a tree in Nyungwe National Park, Rwanda, on Oct. 20, 2017.
Source: Xinhua | 2017/10/21 9:58:52

Cow worshiping

A Nepalese devotee bows in front of a cow during the ‘Gai Puja’, also known as Cow Worship Day, as part of the Tihar Festival in Kathmandu, Nepal on Thursday. The Tihar Festival is the second most important event for Nepalese Hindus. During the celebrations, people worship cows, which are considered incarnations of Lord Laxmi, the God of Wealth. Photo: IC
Source: IC | 2017/10/19 21:08:40

Horsing around

A Haflinger horse shakes its head during the autumn in Doellstaedt, Germany, on Wednesday. Photo: IC
Source: IC | 2017/10/19 21:08:40

Growth models

Andrew Clark plays basketball in the atrium of the Woodward’s building on a mural placed on the ground to mark World Sight Day, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on Tuesday. Photo: IC
Source: IC | 2017/10/18 23:38:40

Killer ride

A private jet is on display in front of a shopping mall in Shenzhen, South China’s Guangdong Province, on Monday. Photo: IC
Source: IC | 2017/10/18 23:38:39

Crane crowd

A flock of common cranes fly to their night rest at sunset over the Eastern Reservoir near Balmazujvaros, 200 kilometers east of Budapest, Hungary on Sunday. The migration of cranes over the puszta, or Hungarian steppe of Hortobagy, is one of the most spectacular natural events in autumn. Cranes live in the quiet areas of Hortobagy until the first frosts, then leave for Africa through Sicily. Photo: IC
Source: IC | 2017/10/17 20:33:40

He’s all ears

Peng Dajun, a 55-year-old ear cleaning master, performs a traditional ear cleaning treatment for a customer at his outdoor stall in Chengdu, Southwest China’s Sichuan Province on Saturday. Photo: IC
Source: IC | 2017/10/17 20:33:39

Not-so-humble pie

Pictured is the intricate woodwork at Gongshu Hall in Huyi district, Xi’an, Northwest China’s Shaanxi Province on Sunday. Photo: IC
Source: IC | 2017/10/16 20:53:40

Wondrous woodwork

Pictured is the intricate woodwork at Gongshu Hall in Huyi district, Xi’an, Northwest China’s Shaanxi Province on Sunday. Photo: IC
Source: IC | 2017/10/16 20:53:39

Moroccan mural

A dog runs past street art in the coastal town of Asilah, Morocco on Friday. The town is known for its well-preserved ramparts which were built by the Portuguese in the 15th century and is nowadays a hub for street art and cultural events. Photo: IC
Source: IC | 2017/10/15 20:08:39

Long locks

Women of the Hong Yao minority dressed in traditional costume show off their hair measuring up to 1.7 meters long at an event in Huangluo Yao village of Guilin, South China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. Photo: IC
Source: IC | 2017/10/15 20:03:39

World Poutine Eating Championship: can you eat more?

Contestants take part in the 8th Annual World Poutine Eating Championship in Toronto, Canada, Oct. 14, 2017. Carmen Cincotti of the United States won the champion after eating 20.25 lbs, 40.5 boxes of poutine in ten minutes on Saturday.
Source: Xinhua | 2017/10/15 10:36:20

Canadian-born giant panda twins celebrate 2nd birthday at Toronto Zoo

Two-year-old giant panda twins Jia Panpan and Jia Yueyue play together during their 2nd birthday celebration at the Toronto Zoo in Toronto, Canada, Oct. 13, 2017.
Source: Xinhua | 2017/10/14 9:01:15

Dancing bears

A pair of bear cubs were seen posing in the shallow part of Brooks River in Katmai National Park & Preserve in Alaska, US.
Source: Globaltimes.cn | 2017/10/13 15:32:29

High hellos

Window cleaners dressed as Iron Man and Superman greet children at a hospital in Sao Paolo to celebrate Children’s Day, which Brazil marks every year on October 12. Photo: CFP
Source: IC | 2017/10/12 21:08:39

Reflective moment

An image of the Palace Museum, also known as the Forbidden City, is reflected in puddles after heavy rains in Beijing, China on Tuesday. Photo: IC
Source: IC | 2017/10/12 21:08:39

Horny healer

The pictured is an Indonesian street healer using buffalo horns as part of alternative cupping therapy routine on Tuesday. The popular belief is that the warm horns remove toxins from the body and improve blood circulation. Photo: IC
Source: IC | 2017/10/11 20:58:39

Happily crabby

Wen Meiyun, a fisherwoman from the Changjiang village of Zhenjiang, East China’s Jiangsu Province poses holding two crabs she caught on Tuesday. Photo: IC
Source: IC | 2017/10/11 20:54:09