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A newborn Indian rhinoceros stands next to its mother, Niki, in a mud wallow at Oklahoma City Zoo. The as yet unnamed rhino was born at 5:20 pm at the zoo on June 21, 2014. The male calf is the fourth Indian rhino born at the zoo since the zoo added the species in 1981, but the first offspring for seven-year-old Niki.

Picture: AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki (via Animal photos of the week - Telegraph)

A newborn Indian rhinoceros stands next to its mother, Niki, in a mud wallow at Oklahoma City Zoo. The as yet unnamed rhino was born at 5:20 pm at the zoo on June 21, 2014. The male calf is the fourth Indian rhino born at the zoo since the zoo added the species in 1981, but the first offspring for seven-year-old Niki.

Picture: AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki (via Animal photos of the week - Telegraph)

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A family of blue tits have made their nest in an unusual spot - inside the nose of a ceramic pig’s head. Married couple Andrew and Lisa Dowden have had the pig’s head in their garden for over seven years and it was never intended as a nesting site.

Picture: Andrew Dowden/Solent News & Photo Agency (via Pictures of the day: 27 June 2014 - Telegraph)

A family of blue tits have made their nest in an unusual spot - inside the nose of a ceramic pig’s head. Married couple Andrew and Lisa Dowden have had the pig’s head in their garden for over seven years and it was never intended as a nesting site.

Picture: Andrew Dowden/Solent News & Photo Agency (via Pictures of the day: 27 June 2014 - Telegraph)

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The male Baya Weaver has a tiny target as it flies at high speed into its nest which hangs four metres above the ground.Once it has made its way through the entrance, the bird quickly opens his wings as he moves up the tunnel.He had just finished completing the nest, which was weaved together with long grass blades, small rocks and clay.

Picture: Albert Lim S.L./Solent News & Photo Agency (via Pictures of the day: 23 June 2014 - Telegraph)

The male Baya Weaver has a tiny target as it flies at high speed into its nest which hangs four metres above the ground.Once it has made its way through the entrance, the bird quickly opens his wings as he moves up the tunnel.He had just finished completing the nest, which was weaved together with long grass blades, small rocks and clay.

Picture: Albert Lim S.L./Solent News & Photo Agency (via Pictures of the day: 23 June 2014 - Telegraph)

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Game of Bones: Roxy, Blue and Bono love nothing more than dressing up as their favourite characters but they are fortunately much cuter than the baddies they portray. Owners Phillip Lauer, 57 and his wife Sue, 47 have been dressing their pugs up as characters from cinema and TV since they were puppies. (click through for full caption)

Picture: Phillip Lauer / Barcroft Media (via Pictures of the day: 24 June 2014 - Telegraph)

Game of Bones: Roxy, Blue and Bono love nothing more than dressing up as their favourite characters but they are fortunately much cuter than the baddies they portray. Owners Phillip Lauer, 57 and his wife Sue, 47 have been dressing their pugs up as characters from cinema and TV since they were puppies. (click through for full caption)

Picture: Phillip Lauer / Barcroft Media (via Pictures of the day: 24 June 2014 - Telegraph)

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The full article about a special needs dog that found a great owner to care for her is at the link below.

A woman scratces the head of Pig, a dog born with severe deformities, at a park in Alabaster, Ala., on Tuesday, June 17, 2014. Found with littermates in woods near Atlanta, the 8-month-old mutt was adopted by Kim Dillenbeck of Helena, Ala. Pig runs and plays with other animals despite have a shortened spine, misshappen hips and no neck. She hops like a frog to stand up and walks with a high-shouldered gait that resembles a gorilla. Unable to swing her head side to side, Pig spins her whole body to see what’s beside her.

Photo: Jay Reeves, AP (via ISFGate)