A cozy cat and more of the week's best animal photos

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    Animal Tracks: May 30 - June 5

    From a cozy cat to a gaggle of geese, get your cuteness fix with irresistible photos of creatures great and small.

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    Wild geese chicks cross a cycle track in Dortmund, Germany on June 4.

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    Two bulls sqaure off in the village of Preocica near the central Bosnian town of Vitez on June 2. Thousands of Bosnians gathered to watch traditional bullfights organised across the country.

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    A dog lunges for a flying disc during the Dog Chow Disc Cup in Wroclaw, Poland, June 2. The event, which started in Poland in 2006, is a series of canine competitions held in public parks in bigger cities.

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    An albino baby kangaroo peers out of the pouch of its mother on May 31 at the zoo in Duisburg, Germany.

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    A cat sits behind a rain-covered window, watching the outside world on a wet day in Berlin, Germany on Friday, May 31.

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    Capuchin monkey Mally, formerly owned by Justin Bieber, climbs in the quarantine area at Serengeti Park in Hodenhagen, Germany on May 31.

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    A wolf plays with a one-month-old puppy in its enclosure of Berlin's Zoo on May 31 in Berlin, Germany.

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    A chipping sparrow tugs on some loose threads of weathered clothing while gathering nest-building materials in a garden, May 30 in Freeport, Maine.

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    An unnamed Greater Bamboo lemur cub nestles in it's mother Sorja's clutch at the Besancon zoo in France on May 30, 2013. There are estimated currently less than 600 of the species left in the wild.

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    Debut -

    Six Amur Tiger cubs born in Copenhagen Zoo in Denmark late April 2013, came out into the open and could be seen by the public for the first time May 30. The six cubs are from two litters born in late April by two mothers.

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    A ring-tailed lemur family can be seen in its enclosure at the Bird Park in Marlow, Germany on May 30.

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    Farmers shear an alpaca in its enclosure at a zoo in Shijiazhuang, Hebei province May 30.

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    Young meerkats Fips and Lucky are held by zookeeper Stefanie Kuckartz in the zoo in Aachen, Germany on June 4. The young meerkats are raised by the zookeeper as their mother rejected them after giving birth.

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    Giant panda Shin Shin holds bamboo while sitting inside her glass enclosure at Tokyo's Ueno Zoo on Thursday, May 30, 2013. According to officials at the zoo, the 7-year-old panda, who will be removed from public display on June 4, has shown signs that she may possibly be pregnant for a second consecutive year. Her first cub died days after becoming the first giant panda to be born at the facility in 24 years.

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    A new newt -

    A Kaiser's spotted newt is seen in its new home at the Prospect Park Zoo in Brooklyn, New York. The species is believed to be extinct in the wild.

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