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Animal Tracks: Nov. 6 - Nov 13

From an adorable dolphin to a baby panda, get your cuteness fix with irresistible photos of creatures great and small.

A Cuvier's dwarf caiman swims around in Magdeburg, Germany, on Nov.12.

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A Siberian tiger takes a rest at the zoo in Servion, Switzerland, on Nov. 12.

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A pink-backed pelican is caught by a zookeeper at Zoo Erlebniswelt in Gelsenkirchen, Germany, on Nov. 12.

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Young snow panther Thalie walks around at the zoo in Servion, Switzerland, on Nov. 12.

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Five-day-old zebra Heinrich stands in front of his mother Kianga at the Hellabrunn Zoo in Berlin, Germany, on Nov. 12.

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A 2-month-old panda baby gets measured at the Schoenbrunn Zoo in Vienna, Austria.

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The hair of a standard poodle blows in the wind during a pet fair in Karlsruhe, Germany, on Nov. 9.

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Camel traders stand near a herd of camels at Pushkar Fair in Rajasthan, India, on Nov. 9.

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A bunny jumps over an obstacle during a pet fair in Karlsruhe, Germany, on Nov. 9.

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An Afghan hound takes part in a dog show during a festival of domestic animals in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk on Nov. 9.

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A rooster and a hen are displayed for sale at a weekly pet market in Gaza City on Nov. 8. Hundreds of bird fans and merchants gather every Friday to sell, buy and trade.

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Zookeeper Alexander Nolte holds three 2-month-old rainbow parrots at the zoo in Duisburg, Germany, on Nov. 8. This colorful species usually lives in Australia and grows up to 1 foot tall.

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A young hamadryas baboon is carried by its mother at the Zoological Garden in Berlin, Germany, on Nov. 8. Four baboons were born at the zoo this year.

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Seagulls fly over the Bosphorus near a ferry passing from the Anatolian to the European side of Istanbul on Nov. 7.

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An Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin is seen swimming at Dolphin Island, part of the Marine Life Park in Singapore's Resort World Sentosa, on Nov. 7. Dolphin Island is one of the Marine Life Park's newest attractions, where visitors are able to closely interact with dolphins. The Marine Life Park holds the Guiness World Record for the largest aquarium in the world.

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A Japanese sea nettle is seen at the Southeast Asia Aquarium, part of the Marine Life Park in Singapore's Resort World Sentosa, on Nov. 7.

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Two male Barbary lion cubs Terry (left) and Basty are pictured for the first time at the zoo in Olomouc, Czech Republic, on Nov. 7. The cubs were born on Aug. 11.

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Wayne Muller cares for Baby X at the Krugersdorp Game Reserve on Nov. 6 in Krugersdorp, South Africa. The 5-day-old calf was born prematurely and could not feed off his mother due to his underdeveloped hooves. Muller will be the calf's foster parent for the next 4 to 6 months.

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A kitten sits on the roof of a house that is covered with volcanic ash from the eruption of Mount Sinabung in North Sumatra, Indonesia, on Nov. 6. The 8,530-foot volcano has been erupting since Sunday, unleashing volcanic ash high into the sky and forcing the evacuation of villagers living around its slope.

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