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Crazy World: Caught on Camera

A bear performs on a bike during a show at the Wild Animal Park, one of the main tourist attractions during the Chinese Lunar New Year holidays in Shanghai. (AFP)

A woman is lifted by an elephant during a show at the Wild Animal Park. (AFP)

A monkey sits on a dog during a show at the Wild Animal Park. (AFP)

An Indian pedestrian gets a shave by a roadside barber in New Delhi. (AFP)

A man trains a horse at the state-run Azucarero horse ranch in Artemisa, Cuba. (AP)

Miguel, 5, right, and Micael, 2, stand in their family's makeshift tent at a Homeless Workers Movement squatters camp in the Ceilandia neighborhood of Brasilia, Brazil. (AP)

A Chinese-Cambodian man looks at red lanterns in front of a shop, ahead of the Chinese Lunar New Year, in Phnom Penh. (Reuters)

Performers from the Mocidade samba school greet spectators from their float during the Carnival parade at the Sambadrome in Rio de Janeiro. (AP)

Ballerinas from The Australian Ballet perform on a floating platform, during a promotional event in front of the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. (Reuters)

Streaker uses his mobile phone as he is tackled by policeman during rugby tour match between British and Irish Lions and Manawatu in Palmerston North. (Reuters)

Rafael Nadal and David Ferrer attend the annual carnival parade in Rio de Janeiro's Sambadrome. (Reuters)

Ryan Garland pedals the whole route of the Krewe of Diamonds Mardi Gras parade on his bike while wearing a giant fish head on Mardi Gras. (AP)

A newlywed couple walks through the "United Buddy Bears" exhibit, looking for a spot to have their wedding portrait made in Old Havana, Cuba. (AP)

A performer takes part in the opening of the Temple Fair, part of Chinese New Year celebrations at Ditan Park, also known as the Temple of Earth, in Beijing. (Reuters)

A Tibetan boy points a toy gun towards a girl during the function organised to mark "Losar" or the Tibetan New Year at a Tibetan Refugee Camp in Lalitpur. (Reuters)

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