This squirrel has thought of a new way to gather food, by performing for an audience.
The scene captured by Anvar Seifullin in Hyde Park, London, in autumn,
shows American tourists bemused by the squirrel’s performance.
A keeper carries an anaesthetised golden-haired monkey to its new enclosure at the Chengdu Zoo, Sichuan province, China
An aerial view of flooded areas of Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia, including what is left of the main runway at the airport
A man carries beer and ice through floodwaters in Depot Hill in Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia
A resident of Rockhampton paddles a kayak loaded with beer back to his flooded
home after the swollen Fitzroy River broke its banks and inundated the town
Caleb Mines, 12, and his dogs Tia and George are sticking it out with the family in Depot Hill,
Queensland, as floodwaters continues to rise
A girl with cat makeup holds her 3-month-old Canadian Hairless during a cat
exhibition dedicated to the New Year holiday in Rostov-on-Don, Russia
An Indian elephant eats snow at Prague Zoo
People take photos from a bridge against a backdrop of the partially frozen Multnomah Falls near Bridal Veil, Oregon, USA
People walk on a pier in the Baltic Sea resort town of Koserow, Usedom island, Germany.
Frost, wind, snow and ice have caused metre-high ice formations on the beach of the resort town.
A workman sweeps in front of a snow sculpture of a house in Harbin, Heilongjiang province, China
. The Harbin International Ice and Snow festival will be officially launched with a fireworks display
A CRH train is tested as it runs through a snow-covered landscape on the Changchun-Jilin Inter-city high speed railway line in China.
Construction has been finished nine months ahead of schedule, and the line will start operation on January 10, 2011.
Tom Daley and Louis Smith perform at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich during the launch of BMW’s London 2012
performance team initiative designed to provide athletes with support ahead of the London 2012 Olympic Games
This image provided by Christie’s auction house in New York shows a portrait of Mao Zedong by Andy Warhol,
with two bullet holes put there by “Easy Rider” star Dennis Hopper. Hopper shot two bullet holes through the picture,
but instead of earning the wrath of the artist, Warhol honoured him by listing him as the work’s collaborator.
The screenprint will be sold by Hopper’s estate during a two-day auction of his collection at Christie’s on January 11-12.