Go be a Leopard somewhere else

An elephant showers a leopard with water to protect the herd. The leopard had been stalking the herd of around 15 elephants when one decided to frighten it off. The picture was taken by Mark Muller in Etosha National Park of Namibia at the Kalkeuwel waterhole. (MARK VINCENT MULLER / CATERS NEWS)

Let the Children Play

A baby monkey, a lion cub and tigers cubs play at the Guaipo Manchurian Tiger Park in Shenyang, China (REUTERS)

No Fear!

Petr Kraus of the Czech Republic performs on the edge of the 64th floor of the lebua hotel as European Red Bull conducts a week of activities to launch it’s brand in Thailand. (Getty Images)

World’s Largest Rubber Duck Comes to Hong Kong

Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman goes big – so big, that it’s practically impossible to miss his artistic statements. His latest work is a 46 feet tall and 55 feet long inflatable rubber duck, which today arrived to Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour and will stay there till June 9. Boldly called the Rubber Duck, this floating sculpture is described by Florentijn as a “very positive artistic statement that immediately connects people to their childhood”.

White & Sad

A white lion cub in his pen at the Pont-Scroff’s zoo in Pont-Scorff, western France. Three lion cubs, two males and a female, were born on February 23 and were shown for the first time to the public on April 17. (FRED TANNEAU/AFP/Getty Images)

Ice Age

This vast white landscape is covered in a blanket of naturally formed ice hummocks. (Alexey Trofimov/Solent News)

Teaching to Hunt

Cheetah cubs chase an impala after it was caught and released by their mother who is teaching them to hunt in Kenya. (Paul Mckenzie/Barcroft Media)

A Brave Cat

A cat braves deep water during spring floods in Belarus. (AFP/GETTY)

Dogs of War

Stray dogs joined thousands of people as they clashed with police in downtown Santiago, Chile, as they continued to demand an educational overhaul in the latest student demonstration since the movement began in 2011. (REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado)

Love?

Game park ranger Chad Cocking took this photograph of a young leopard resting its paw on an impala it had just caught in Kruger National Park, SA. Unfortunately the friendship was not to last and the leopard eventually got bored with its own game and ate the impala. (Chad Cocking/Barcroft Media)

Zombies Protest Against EU-India Trade Agreements in Brussels

A zombie flash-mob protests in front of the EU Parliament in Brussels against possible EU-India free trade agreements that could endanger access to medicines. (REUTERS)

Snow Storm takes Virginia

Several inches of heavy wet snow on the shore of Silver Lake in Virginia, Minnesota (AP)

Arizona’s Antelope Canyon

Arizona’s Antelope Canyon taken by amateur photographer Gregory Boratyn. (Gregory Boratyn/Rex Features)

The Blossom Way

Cars drive through a tunnel of blooming cherry blossoms in Tokyo. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)

Photo of the Day: Tommy Hilfsquirrel

Is that a chipmunk in your pocket or are you pleased to see me? A pair of ground squirrels and a chipmunk have made themselves at home in the pockets of photographer Betsy Seeton’s jeans as they are hung out to dry outside Betsy’s cabin home in Denver, Colorado, US. (Betsy Seeton/Solent News & Photo Agency)