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'Panda'-Monium at the National Zoo Video - ABC News

'Panda'-Monium at the National Zoo Video - ABC News

Sea Lions and Pups Roll Around in the Sand , via ABC News: http://abcnews.go.com/Lifestyle/slideshow/photos-sea-lions-sunbathe-19586519

Sea Lions and Pups Roll Around in the Sand , via ABC News: http://abcnews.go.com/Lifestyle/slideshow/photos-sea-lions-sunbathe-19586519

Baby twin elephants.  Source: ABC News 12/8/14.  Elephant twins are very rare, about 1%.

Baby twin elephants. Source: ABC News 12/8/14. Elephant twins are very rare, about 1%.

These two standard poodles were transformed into Clydesdales – and pulled a wagon for their skit.  (Meredith Frost/ABC News)

These two standard poodles were transformed into Clydesdales – and pulled a wagon for their skit. (Meredith Frost/ABC News)

An orphaned flying fox bat being  looked after at a Sydney sanctuary. (Photo: Supplied/Landcare Australia)

An orphaned flying fox bat being looked after at a Sydney sanctuary. (Photo: Supplied/Landcare Australia)

Ippo the "zonkey", a zebra-donkey hybrid was born, July 2013 at a Florence reserve in Italy

Rare Newborn Zonkey in Good Health

Ippo the "zonkey", a zebra-donkey hybrid was born, July 2013 at a Florence reserve in Italy

Trophy hunters banned from bringing home rhino parts as MP Jason Wood fights 'barbaric' canned hunting - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting C...

Trophy hunters banned from bringing home rhino parts as MP Jason Wood fights 'barbaric' canned hunting - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting C...

An orphaned flying fox bat being  looked after at a Sydney sanctuary. (Photo: Supplied/Landcare Australia)

An orphaned flying fox bat being looked after at a Sydney sanctuary. (Photo: Supplied/Landcare Australia)

A baby chimp is seen taking its first steps away from its mother. Photographer Konrad Wothe captured the chimp's first brave steps towards his camera in Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania, Africa.

A baby chimp is seen taking its first steps away from its mother. Photographer Konrad Wothe captured the chimp's first brave steps towards his camera in Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania, Africa.

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