(L-R) Talents Yasmina Hunzinger, Lisa Martine Weller, Kim Sanders and Sharron Levy pose during a photocall to the TV show “The Voice of Germany” on January 3, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)
Ramoncito Campo kisses his wife Hernelie Ruazol Campo on a flooded street during a southwest monsoon that battered Manila August 8, 2012. The newly-wed couple pushed through with their scheduled wedding despite severe flooding that inundated wide areas of the capital and nearby nine provinces. (Photo by Reuters/Courtesy of Ramoncito Campo)
A hyena cub got a mouthful from his mum after it appears he got a right telling off. Michael Raddall, a animal enthusiast and wildlife photographer from South Africa, snapped the mum and cub at the Timbavati game reserve in South Africa while on safari at the Umlani Bush camp. (Photo by Michael Raddall/Caters News Agency)
Japanese artist Hikaru Cho is already well-known for her bizarre and realistic body paintings, but now the Tokyo-based artist has applied her talent to everyday food items as well. In her playful “It’s Not What It Seems” series, she turns common foods into other kinds of food using only acrylic paint and her extraordinary talent.
Sandra, a 29-year-old orangutan at Buenos Aires' zoo, on May 20, 2015. Sandra got cleared to leave a Buenos Aires zoo that was her home for 20 years, after a court ruled she was entitled to more desirable living conditions. (Photo by Juan Mabromata/AFP Photo)
Bianca Toniolo picks a daisy as the family take a walk through the woods 200 metres from their home in San Fiorano, March 19, 2020. This was the last time the family went to the woods as restrictions got stricter throughout the country to try and contain the spread of coronavirus. (Photo by Marzio Toniolo/Reuters)