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A kayaker watches a brown bear swimming in Anton Larsen Bay near Kodiak, Alaska. Wendy Close Eskew, who operates kayak tours on Kodiak Island, said her group came across the 2 or 3-year-old animal as it swam from Whale Island to the shore of the bay, a distance of 4 miles. The bear eventually reached shore and ran unharmed into the brush, Eskew said.
(Wendy Eskew/Kodiak Daily Mirror/AP)
Firefighters douse a fire at the Hitachi Air Conditioning manufacturing factory in Kadi, north of the western Indian city of Ahmedabad. There have been no reports of casualties so far and the reason of fire has yet to be ascertained, a fire official said. More than 90 percent of the plant and its stock of fresh and raw material was lost in the fire, the official added.
Flood-affected villagers travel on a boat at Panikhaitee village on the outskirts of Gauhati, India. Due to continuous rain for the last few days, the water level in the Brahmaputra River and its tributaries have started to rise and has inundated many areas of Assam.
A rider is framed by a tree as they ride the Whistler bike park in Whistler, B.C.. Whistler will host one of the world's largest mountain bike festivals, Crankworx, from August 10-19, showcasing the best riders in the business.
(JONATHAN HAYWARD/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Mother of two-year-old Farida Haidar holds her in their home in the Mawzaa village of the southern Yemeni province of Taiz. The girl is recovering from malnutrition. One million Yemeni children face severe malnutrition within months as families struggle to pay for food in one of the Arab world's poorest countries, the U.N. World Food Programme has warned. Political turmoil has pushed Yemen to the brink of a humanitarian crisis and aid agencies estimate half the country's 24 million people are malnourished.
In this image provided by NASA the Expedition 32 crew onboard the International Space Station, flying an altitude of approximately 240 miles, recorded a series of images of Aurora Australis, also known as the Southern Lights. NASA astronaut Joe Acaba, flight engineer, recorded the series of images from the Tranquility node. The Canadarm2 robot arm is in the foreground.
People play in water from an open fire hydrant during the afternoon heat in Philadelphia. Temperatures are expected to reach into the high 90s Wednesday.
A Siberian tiger cub plays with its mother Amurskaya at the St-Felicien Wildlife Zoo in St-Felicien, Quebec. The mother, Amurskaya, gave birth to her two cubs on May 24, 2012. The Siberian tiger is also called Amur tiger.
A man uses a garden hose to spray water on the roof of houses as forest fires rage nearby on the hills above the city of Funchal in the Portuguese Atlantic island of Madeira. Residents living near wooded areas at the edge of the island's largest city fled in panic after one blaze engulfed an unspecified number of houses and threatened others.
Chinese paramilitary policemen covered in mud train with logs in Chuzhou city in central China's Anhui province.
An Afghan refugee girl takes a break from searching for useful items in a pile of garbage next to a slum area on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan