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Brush your teeth and get cleaned up for the week ahead! These animals answered the call of good dental hygiene. Here: Hamster holds toothbrush. (Photo by Neo Vision/Getty Images/Amana Images RM)

Brush your teeth and get cleaned up for the week ahead! These animals answered the call of good dental hygiene. Here: Hamster holds toothbrush. (Photo by Neo Vision/Getty Images/Amana Images RM)
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15 Nov 2016 11:52:00
Maurice Heesen Photography  Death With Smile

We only fear death because we don’t know what is there. It’s better to keep laughing in life until we meet death.
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11 Oct 2012 09:47:00
This huge male orangutan is having a right old laugh as he squints his eyes and shows his huge teeth.  The orangutan, called Bimbo, was relaxing on a platform around 5m high in his enclosure when he broke out into a laugh. But his happy smile soon disappeared when another orangutan came over to see what was going on.  Bimbo – the only male in the group of five apes at Leipzig Zoo, in Germany - appears to be laughing in much the same way as a human would. (Photo by Martina Radtke/Solent News)

This huge male orangutan is having a right old laugh as he squints his eyes and shows his huge teeth. The orangutan, called Bimbo, was relaxing on a platform around 5m high in his enclosure when he broke out into a laugh. But his happy smile soon disappeared when another orangutan came over to see what was going on. Bimbo – the only male in the group of five apes at Leipzig Zoo, in Germany - appears to be laughing in much the same way as a human would. (Photo by Martina Radtke/Solent News)
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29 Aug 2015 11:10:00
A horse smiles at the camera. (Photo by Bragi J. Ingibergsson/Caters News)

A horse smiles at the camera. See the beautiful images of horses gleefully playing in Iceland mountain ranges. The horses have been spotted smiling and cuddling in remote locations across the nation. (Photo by Bragi J. Ingibergsson/Caters News)
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13 Dec 2016 07:03:00
A migrant labourer brushes his teeth in front of a scrapped helicopter model in Mumbai, India, April 13, 2016. (Photo by Danish Siddiqui/Reuters)

A migrant labourer brushes his teeth in front of a scrapped helicopter model in Mumbai, India, April 13, 2016. (Photo by Danish Siddiqui/Reuters)
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15 Apr 2016 10:44:00
This bat gives a cheeky smile as he gobbles down his food at Singapore Zoo, on September 10, 2013. (Photo by Benny Iskander/HotSpot Media)

This bat gives a cheeky smile as he gobbles down his food at Singapore Zoo, on September 10, 2013. (Photo by Benny Iskander/HotSpot Media)
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14 Sep 2013 11:57:00
Animals Yawning

In animals, yawning can serve as a warning signal. For example, Charles Darwin, in his book The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals, mentioned that baboons yawn to threaten their enemies, possibly by displaying large canine teeth. Similarly, Siamese fighting fish yawn only when they see a conspecific (same species) or their own mirror-image, and their yawn often accompanies aggressive attack. Guinea pigs also yawn in a display of dominance or anger, displaying their impressive incisor teeth. This is often accompanied by teeth chattering, purring and scent marking.

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11 Aug 2012 09:12:00
With the help of some fake teeth and multiple exposures, New York AP photographer Eddie Adams' daughter Susan is transformed into a little ghoul on Halloween night, October 31, 1966. (Photo by Eddie Adams/AP Photo)

With the help of some fake teeth and multiple exposures, New York AP photographer Eddie Adams' daughter Susan is transformed into a little ghoul on Halloween night, October 31, 1966. (Photo by Eddie Adams/AP Photo)
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31 Oct 2017 08:53:00