Stephanie Arndt watches her Arabian horse Nasar enter the living room of her old farmhouse in Holt, Germany on Feb. 10, 2014. Arndt took the three-year-old inside the house while hurricane Xaver swept over the region.
Joey, a Wire Fox Terrier, gets his chin brushed during the 138th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York on Feb. 11, 2014.
A saint bernard is cooled off with a water bottle prior to competing in the Westminster Dog Show in New York on Feb.11, 2014.
One of the two one-year-old albino alligators who live at the tropical aquarium in Paris. The alligators are the result of a captive breeding program which protect endangered species.
A flock of starlings fly over an agricultural field near the southern Israeli city of Netivot on Feb.12, 2014. The starlings migrate from Europe to spend the winter in Israel.
Cattle graze on hay on land in California that would normally be covered in green grass. The state's ongoing drought has greatly increased feed costs for ranchers, forcing some to sell their cattle.
A dog walks by roses placed on the Pont des Arts over the River Seine as part on a publicity campaign on Valentine's Day in Paris.
A Coton de Tulear dog is blown by strong winds on the beach in Lyme Regis, England on Feb. 14, 2014.
A dolphin balances a ball in a pool at the Dolphinarium in Constanta, Romania.
A camel walks amongst power grid towers in the Kuwaiti desert.
A baby gorilla is held by its mother at Cabarceno Nature Park, at Cantabria, Spain on Feb. 10, 2014. Cabarceno is carrying out several programs to prevent the extinction of several species.
A nine-month-old tiger cub is pictured with its mother Aparna in their enclosure at the Nehru Zoological Park in Hyderabad, India.
Starlings sit on a tree as a waxing moon can be seen in the background near Friedrichsdorf, Germany.
A five-month-old baby bear explores its enclosure with its mother Huanca at the zoo in Duisburg, Germany on Feb. 12, 2014.
A monkey plays with a mirror on a scooter in Shimla, India on Feb. 16, 2014. Thousands of monkeys live on the rooftops of Shimla, and despite being considered a nuisance, they cannot be killed because many Indians consider them sacred.