Hindu devotees bathe in the River Ganges on the outskirts of Allahabad, India. (Rajesh Kumar Singh/Associated Press) Click image to zoom.
Deadmau5 performs at the Juno Awards in Ottawa, Ontario. (Arthur Mola/Asociated Press) Click image to zoom.
A fireworks display lights up the castle of Sleeping Beauty in Disneyland’s theme park in Marne-la-Vallee, east of Paris, marking mark the 20th anniversary of Disneyland in France. (Michel Spingler/Associated Press) Click image to zoom.
Dark clouds are reflected in the windows of the Neue Nationalgalerie Museum in Berlin. (Markus Schreiber/Associated Press) Click image to zoom.
Anori, a female polar cub, plays with its mother Vilma in their outdoor enclosure at the Zoo in Wuppertal, Germany. Anori was born in January, and left the birth cave for the first time today. (Frank Augstein/Associated Press) Click image to zoom.
Beyonce, a Dachshund puppy vying for the title of World’s Smallest Dog, is held during an interview in New York. Animal rescuers in Northern California say Beyonce was so small at birth that she could fit into a spoon. (Bebeto Matthews/Associated Press)
Crew member Brad Pickens tries to keep the gas can in the pit box as Jeff Gordon leaves during a pit stop in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series auto race in Fontana, California. Gordon was penalized and had to come back to pit road as a result. (Nigel Kinrade/Autostock) Click image to zoom.
Michael Grohmann, chief of the high rope forest climbing park, climbs to a GDR Trabant car that is part of the climbing course in the adventure park in Moritzburg, Germany. The Trabant was the first German small car with a plastic body, and for many Germans it is synonymous with images of the nation’s reunification, as thousands of East Germans drove over the border in the little cars in 1989. (Jens Meyer/Associated Press) Click image to zoom.
Mac Jarman, 5, of La Mesa, California, reacts as a Giant Owl butterfly perches on him at San Diego Zoo Safari Park’s Butterfly Jungle. (Ken Bohn/San Diego Zoo) Click image to zoom.
A shark gives a diver a high-five. Eli Martinez was interacting with the lemon shark in the balmy waters off the coast of The Bahamas. Eli, who works as the editor of Shark Diving magazine, said: “This particular shark I had encountered before. She is very laid-back so I knew if I held my hand out she would come over. At first she was swimming straight towards me, but I didn’t expect her to turn at the last moment. She tapped my palm with her fin like we were high-five-ing.” (Paul Spielvogel / CATERS NEWS)