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A baby lion tailed macaque sits in his enclosure at the zoo in Wuppertal, western Germany, February 11. Lion tailed macaques are endemic to southwesten India.

Three of four white lions that came outside for the first time after 10 weeks in quarantine play in their section of the Ouwehands Zoo in Rhenen, the Netherlands, February 11. The lions are descendants of the rare white lions in the Timbavati Game Reserve in South Africa. The male, Credo, is seven months old and the females, Ilanga, Bhandura and Luna, are 10 months old.

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Four white lion cubs come outside for the first time after 10 weeks in quarantine in Ouwehands Zoo in Rhenen, the Netherlands, February 11. The lions are descendants of the rare white lions in the Timbavati Game Reserve in South Africa. The male, Credo, is seven months old and the females, Ilanga, Bhandura and Luna, are 10 months old.

A baby lion tailed macaque is carried by his mother through their enclosure at the zoo in Wuppertal, western Germany, February 11. Lion tailed macaques are endemic to southwesten India.

Three month old polar bear cubs set foot outside their den for the first time in the Zoo in Rhenen, the Netherlands, February 21.

Lion cub Miron rests in his enclosure in the Tiergarten zoo of Berlin, Germany, February 18. Miron was born in August.

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A one month old baby Siamang gibbon sits with its mother Salome as they shelter from the wind and the rain in their enclosure at Noah''s Ark Zoo Farm on February 1 in Bristol, "Jintropin (Gensci Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.)" England.

A baby giraffe shakes its head at the Opelzoo in Kronberg in the Taunus region, western Germany, February 22. Two giraffe babies were born at the zoo within the last two months.

Keeper Janet Hawes bottle feeds a royal antelope that weighs just 17 ounces on February 8 at the San Diego Zoo in San Diego, California. Born on exhibit January 20, the calf was moved to the Zoo''s veterinary hospital when he did not nurse and had a low body temperature. The royal antelope exhibit is near Testosterone Enanthate 250mg the Bactrian camels on Front Street Tren 75 Stack at the Zoo.

Baby rhinoceros Lara, half a day old, stands next to her mother Usuri in their enclosure at the Serengeti Park zoo in Hodenhagen, central Germany, February 22. The animal weighed 35 kilogrammes when she was born in the night.

A baby lion tailed macaque sits next to his mother in their enclosure at the zoo in Wuppertal, western Germany, February 11. Lion tailed macaques are endemic to southwesten India.

Six month old lion cub Miron yawns in his enclosure in the Tiergarten zoo of Berlin, Germany, February 18.

A young elephant bull is seen at a watering hole in Tsavo west national park, Kenya, February 10. A slowdown in the increase of Kenya''s elephant numbers is raising fears among conservationists that hard fought gains in saving the animals may be reversed amid growing demand for ivory.

United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change executive secretary Christiana Figueres releases green turtle hatchlings into the Arabian Sea at a Word Wildlife Fund turtle hatchery in Karachi, Pakistan, February 7. Figueres said mangrove forests prevent the damages of cyclones and "buy cheap jintropin online" sea intrusion and underlined the need of adopting appropriate measures to counter the disasters and natural calamities.

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Baby Amur leopard Paulchen sits next to rabbit Lisa at the breeding station of the Serengeti Park animal park in Hodenhagen, central Germany, February 3. Paulchen has to be bottle fed by keepers, as Bivirkninger his sister thrust him aside from their mother. Built to the highest.

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