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Orangutan A-Me (C) is seen with her children, a newborn (L) and another of five years (R), at the zoo of Guadalajara, Mexico.

One last look at the San Diego Zoo's well-loved Cinta -- the eight year old Orangutan was shipped off to a zoo in St. Louis for breeding purposes last month.

A three-month-old orangutan hangs onto a chain while holding a small bottle of orange juice and eating a banana at Ragunan zoo in Jakarta, Indonesia Picture: Barcroft Media / Sinar Sakti Images

An extraordinary specimen is the larvae of the pink underwing moth, an endangered species only found in the Australian rainforest. Ecologist Lui Weber photographed the rare caterpillar, which is characterised by a set of teeth-like markings set between spots that look like eyes with large pupils.