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Wolf pups by Joel Sartore :)

Grey Fox Pup by Joann Hinman

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Hump2 by Rory Moore on Flickr.

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A herd of zebras drink at a waterhole in Etosha National Park, Namibia.  Ann said: It was particularly amazing to see so many zebras there in the national park. Because of heavy rainfall, the herd was twice the size we anticipated - we had never seen quite so many before. Steve added: We really like photographing zebras because we can take colour out of the equation and think about the animals as if they are patterns.Picture: Ann & Steve Toon/Solent News & Photo Agency

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A pair of treehoppers on a twig. These treehoppers have evolved to evade predators by closely resembling plant thorns.Picture: Science Photo Library / Rex Features

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A baby chimpanzee looks a little unsteady on his feet as he takes his first steps away from his mum. Photographer Konrad Wothe captured the youngster at play in the Mahale Mountains National Park in Tanzania, Africa.Picture: Konrad Wothe/Minden Pictures/Solent News

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An abandoned baby hedgehog - or hoglet - sleeps at the Folly Wildlife Rescue near Tunbridge Wells in Kent. Still blind and deaf, four-day-old triplets would have stood no chance in the wet and wild weather. This sodden summer could spell doom for the humble hedgehog as their numbers have already drastically fallen. The wet summer spells disaster for their underground burrows. Hedgehogs are poor swimmers and if they fall into fast flowing water they can’t escape.Picture: Phil Yeomans/BNPS

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Two male elephant seals fight to be alpha male of a harem of up to 100 females on a beach in the Falkland IslandsPicture: Kjell-Erik Moseid / Rex Features

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An elephant stands on its back legs to reach high leaves with its trunk in a forest at Mana Pools, a UNESCO World Heritage site in Zimbabwe. Photographer Morkel Erasmus captured this behaviour, which has made the Mana Pools elephants famous but has rarely been photographed.Picture: MORKEL ERASMUS / CATERS NEWS

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Young cubs practice stalking and catching small mammals in order to hone their hunting skills.

Red fox photo gallery by Tom Mason

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Hunting skills take a long time to perfect for juveniles like this one – many pounces were unsuccessful.

Red fox photo gallery by Tom Mason

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As the cubs moved on to solid food, their mother was constantly hunting in the surrounding area.

Red fox photo gallery by Tom Mason

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A forest elephant bull asserts his dominance over a rival.

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“Am I Cute … or What ?” by Mario Moreno :)