In Photos: Animals who grabbed headlines this week
From a peacock strutting its feathers in New Delhi to a baby gorilla born in Brookfield, here are animales who were in news. (Photos: AP)
A peacock displays its colourful plumage, at New Delhi Zoo.
Photo by Amelia Milling shows her with a 7-year-old Alaskan husky named Nanook, that is credited with helping rescue her when she injured was hiking a trail in the Chugash State Park east of east of Anchorage, Alaska.
A white butterfly and a bee share a blossom on a field near Frankfurt, Germany.
Keeper Zachariah Mutai attends to Fatu, one of only two female northern white rhinos left in the world, in the pen where she is kept for observation, at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Laikipia county in Kenya. Scientist say they're several steps closer to perfecting a method for stopping the extinction of northern white rhinos.
Photo provided by The Chicago Zoological Society shows Ali, pronounced "Allie,", a baby western lowland gorilla in her mother Koola's arms, at Brookfield Zoo.
Koala Oobi-Ooobi sits in a tree and yawns in the zoo of Leipzig, eastern Germany.
Doug Rogers rides a bull named Wild West Willie during the Calgary Stampede parade in Calgary.
An unnamed southern white rhino is seen after birth July 2, 2018, at the North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro, N.C. The female calf was born to mother Linda and father Stormy and will be named later. She weighed about 80 to 90 pounds.