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A rat reacts while being stuck in a manhole cover in Bensheim-Auerbach, Germany, on February 24, 2019. The rat was later rescued by eight members of the Auerbach Volunteer Fire Department, and released. Source: Photos of the Week: Night Surfing, Burning Moorland, Trapped Rat – The Atlantic

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A family takes an offering of lotus flowers to pay respects to a giant Buddha, surrounded by more than 1,000 smaller Buddha statues, on Wesak Day in Nakhon Nayok, Thailand. Buddhists throughout the world offer blessings at temples to mark one of the holiest days in Buddhism, commemorating the birth, …

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A bird flies underneath an atmospheric phenomenon known as a ‘sun dog’ in the sky over Seaside Heights, New Jersey via Photos of the day 05/14 – The Christian Science Monitor – CSMonitor.com.

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A Free Syrian Army fighter sits on a sofa inside a house in Deir al-Zor, Syria, May 13, 2013. via Photos of the day 05/14 – The Christian Science Monitor – CSMonitor.com.

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Great White Pelicans play together in the Dresden Zoo, eastern Germany. via Photos of the Day 04/29 – The Christian Science Monitor – CSMonitor.com.

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Participant Gerhard Knapp shows his beard with which he competes in the Full Beard Freestyle category of the International German Beard Championships in Pforzheim, Germany. via Photos of the day 04/27 – The Christian Science Monitor – CSMonitor.com.

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An indigenous woman of the Ixchil region listens with headphones during the twelfth day of a trial against the former Guatemalan dictator Efrain Rios Montt in the Supreme Court of Justice in Guatemala City. Rios Montt, 86, was not prosecuted for years for alleged atrocities committed during his 1982-1983 rule …

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Mount Ngauruhoe, on New Zealand’s North Island, served as Mount Doom in Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings film trilogy. via Photo Gallery: International Road Trips — National Geographic.