The photo released in March, 2010 shows a five-year-old pet husky named "Ice", who has been popular on the internet after his images dressed as Superman were posted online
A panda cub is seen in this picture which released in March, 2010
National Geographic photographer Robert B. Haas captured this aerial photo of a flock of flamingo birds shaped like a giant flamingo in November, 2010.
An exhausted oil-covered brown pelican tries to climb over an oil containment boom along Queen Bess Island Pelican Rookery, 3 miles northeast of Grand Isle, Louisiana June 5, 2010. Wildlife experts are working to rescue birds from the rookery which has been affected by BP's Gulf of Mexico oil spill, and transporting them to the Fort Jackson Rehabilitation Center.
Two pet dogs are seen in Lipsia 2010 trad show in Leipzig, Germany on 18 October, 2010.
Photographer Eric Lefranc caught this polar bear cub and his mum on camera as they found themselves stranded 12 miles from land after a melting iceberg started to drift in Svalbard, Norway in March, 2010.
A dolphin is seen in SeaWorld Orlando in Orlando, US, February, 2010.
Two year-old octopus Paul, the so-called "octopus oracle" predicts Spain's victory in their 2010 World Cup semi-final soccer match against Germany by choosing a mussel, from a glass box decorated with the Spanish national flag instead of a glass box with the German flag, at the Sea Life Aquarium in the western German city of Oberhausen July 6, 2010.
A dog shows off its surfing skill. This photo is released in December, 2010.
British media "The Sun" released a group of photo entitled "The world's top 10 fattest animals" in September 2010. In this photo is world's fattest seabird.
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