Little Zoo Cafe in Bangkok

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Image: An elephant seal is herded by police and volunteers for a check by veterinarians after it was found in a sick condition on a beach at Miraflores district of Lima

Image: An elephant seal is herded by police and volunteers for a check by veterinarians after it was found in a sick condition on a beach at Miraflores district of Lima

An elephant seal is herded by police and volunteers for a check by veterinarians after it was found in a sick condition on a beach at Miraflores district of Lima, March 11, 2016. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
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A bee gathers honey from an orange blossom in the Israeli Mediterranean coastal city of Netanya on March 13, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / JACK GUEZJACK GUEZ/AFP/Getty Images
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Image: Little Zoo Cafe in Bangkok

Image: Little Zoo Cafe in Bangkok

epa05198789 A picture made available on 07 March 2016 of a visitor reaching to pet a Meerkat and a Fennec fox, in the petting room at the Little Zoo Cafe, a business built to capitalize on Thais' love for exotic animals, and food, on the outskirts of Bangkok, Thailand, 05 March 2016. The cafe boasts Fennec foxes, Meerkat, native to parts of Africa, Silver Fox, Raccoon and Chinchillas, along with a menu of Thai food and Cheesecake, among other sweet deserts. Nature is a faraway fantasy in the bustling exhaust-filled cement city of Bangkok, fuelling a demand to own and be close to exotic pets. The trend to be near to a species that was once wild, in a city environment, far from the natural setting, has drawn criticism but continues to grow. EPA/BARBARA WALTON
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Image: Little Zoo Cafe in Bangkok

Image: Little Zoo Cafe in Bangkok

epaselect epa05198784 A picture made available on 07 March 2016 of a Meerkat in the petting room at the Little Zoo Cafe, a business built to capitalize on Thais' love for exotic animals, and food, on the outskirts of Bangkok, Thailand, 05 March 2016. The cafe boasts Fennec foxes, Meerkat, native to parts of Africa, Silver Fox, Raccoon and Chinchillas, along with a menu of Thai food and Cheesecake, among other sweet deserts. Nature is a faraway fantasy in the bustling exhaust-filled cement city of Bangkok, fuelling a demand to own and be close to exotic pets. The trend to be near to a species that was once wild, in a city environment, far from the natural setting, has drawn criticism but continues to grow. EPA/BARBARA WALTON
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Image: Komodo Dragon at Sosto Zoo

Image: Komodo Dragon at Sosto Zoo

epa05201050 Durian the five-year-old male Komodo Dragon (Varanus komodoensis) from Prague Zoo, is seen in his enclosure in Sosto Zoo, near Nyiregyhaza, 245 kms east of Budapest, Hungary, 08 March 2016. Prague zoo has a history of successful Komodo Dragon breeding. EPA/Attila Balazs HUNGARY OUT
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A white lion cub, three-months old is pictured at the zoo in La Fleche, northwestern France, on march 8, 2016. / AFP / JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIERJEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER/AFP/Getty Images
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Image: Prakit Sitpragaan, Monkey Drama Troupe

Image: Prakit Sitpragaan, Monkey Drama Troupe

epa05202168 A picture made available on 09 March 2016 shows a macaque from the monkey drama troupe 'Prakit Sitpragaan' performs with a plastic guitar during a show at a zoo in Bangkok, Thailand, 28 February 2016. 'Prakit Sitpragaan' have been performing in Thailand for over 30 years. The director of the troupe, Panya Ganrobroo, inherited the position from his uncle. In the past, monkey theatre was performed at local fairs or held at temples during religious ceremonies. Although its existence is disappearing from Thai society, monkey entertainers are now recognized as an asset of historical Thai culture. Using ventriloquism, Prakit Sitpragaan traditionally performs stories adapted from Asian classical novels and folklore. In an attempt to make the show more accessible to younger audience and tourists, Panya Ganrobroo also includes more contemporary plots in the show's repertoire. During the show, monkeys perform feats such as spinning a pole on fire or jumping through hoops made of knives. EPA/DIEGO AZUBEL
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Image: Polar bear cub plays next to her mother Valeska at Bremerhaven Zoo by the Sea

Image: Polar bear cub plays next to her mother Valeska at Bremerhaven Zoo by the Sea

A polar bear cub plays next to her mother Valeska, in an enclosure at Bremerhaven's (Bremen's) Zoo by the Sea, Germany March 9, 2016. The female cub, who is yet to be named, was born on December 11 last year. REUTERS/Carmen Jaspersen/Pool
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