Wildlife in the last week in pictures
• Wildlife in the last week in photos
A selection of the most interesting pictures of wildlife taken in the last week zoos and reserves around the world.
In the biggest saber teeth in relation to the body size of all the fish in the ocean.
Autumn forest in the vicinity of Tbilisi, Georgia.
The squirrel on a stump in Hinterzarten, Germany.
A flock of pink-footed goose in the swamps in a natural park in Southport, England.
Ladybug in West Sussex, England.
Domestic pigs are fed on acorns in the national park the New Forest in the county of Hampshire in southern England. Plodokormny pasture - is the practice of grazing livestock and poultry in the woods. This year, the Forestry Commission of Great Britain extended the plodokormnogo pasture in connection with an abundant crop of acorns.
Bighorn in Valley of Fire State Park in Clark County, Nevada, USA.
Polar Bears in shallow water in the Beaufort Sea in the town of Kaktovik, Alaska.
Chimpanzee Nyungve National Park in Rwanda. In the rain forests of Nyungve there are 13 species of primates.
Bengal tiger, which was seized on the Mexican border while trying to smuggle contraband into the United States, is under the supervision of the United States Security services Fish and Wildlife Service in Torrance, California.
The biggest nursery of crocodiles in Indonesia Asam Kumbang. The nursery was built in 1959 in Medan, and now there are about 2 million different species of crocodiles.
Photographer Joel Sartor (Joel Sartore) takes a hedgehog in the Wroclaw Zoo in Poland. Joel Sartor - the author of the documentary project Photo Ark, the purpose of which is to save endangered species and their habitats.
Fynbos on the Table Mountain in Cape Town, South Africa.
A herd of African bush elephant sent to the watering Nature Reserve Etosha in Namibia.
The kingfisher on a background of smoking pipes, which pollute the environment. This image of the photographer Jose Luis Rodriguez won one of the prizes of environmental fotokunkursa CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year 2017.
Photo Danaus species of butterflies monarch of the new book "Endangered" ( "Endangered Species") photographer Tim Flack (Tim Flach).
Kea National Park Arthur's Pass National Park on the South Island in New Zealand. Kea parrot bird was chosen as the year in New Zealand.