AP Photo/St. Petersburg Times, Jim Damaske
Rebel, a juvenile Kemps Ridley sea turtle missing one of its flippers who was just released by the Sea Turtle Rehabilitation at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, swims away in the water on the back side of Honeymoon Island. Rebel was found in the Egmont shipping channel in late May 2011 suffering from massive boat strike injuries to her left carapace (shell) and left flipper. Her flipper was so debilitated, amputation was necessary.
A warning from the Libyan rebels to Wall Street? Bay Street?
Libya's National Transitional Council (NTC) fighters rest outside a shuttered shop along a street in the town of Sirte on October 16, 2011. Fighting around the last pockets of resistance in Kadhafi's hometown abated sharply with some besieging troops saying they were deliberately holding fire after an exodus of civilians. (AFP/Getty Images/Philippe Desmazes)
The head of the NGO "S.O.S Rescate Fauna Marina" Richard Tesore swims with a female baby La Plata dolphin (Pontoporia blainvillei) near the sea side resort of Piriapolis, 90 km to the east of Montevideo, October 17, 2011. The dolphin, with its umbilical cord still attached, was found beached near Montevideo city and was sent to the NGO.
For a guy who so rarely shows emotions, these photos of Stephen Harper cracking up really are something else... (click to view larger)
Prime Minister Stephen Harper is seen in a series of pictures laughing as he listens to speeches during a retirement party for former Conservative MP Jay Hill in Fort St. John, B.C., Saturday, Oct. 15, 2011. (The Canadian Press/Jonathan Hayward)