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Chaos, a Chimpanzee, looks through the glass at visitors during his public debut in the Onstead Foundation Chimpanzee Habitat at the Houston Zoo, in Houston. Six chimpanzees were relocated to the zoo through the combined efforts of Lincoln Park Zoo’s Project ChimpCARE, the Houston Zoo, and Curtis and Bea Shepperson, the chimps’ owners. The Sheppersons had been under pressure from officials in the Mechanicsville, Virginia area to relocate the chimpanzees because of a recent escape and the lack of proper licenses. (David J. Phillip/AP)
A rare total cloud inversion is pictured at Mather Point on the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona. Cloud inversions are formed through the interaction of warm and cold air masses. (Erin Whittaker / National Parks Service via Reuters)
Afghan schoolchildren take lessons in an open classroom at a refugee camp on the outskirts of Jalalabad, Afghanistan. Afghanistan has had only rare moments of peace over the past 30 years, its education system being undermined by the Soviet invasion of 1979, a civil war in the 1990s and years of Taliban rule. (Noorullah Shirzada / AFP – Getty Images)
Astrophotographer Brad Goldpaint framed Venus and the moon in a natural arch in Nevada’s Valley of Fire State Park. (Goldpaint)
Jerome Delay / AP A French soldier speaks to suspected Christian militia member Sincere Banyodi, after he was wounded by machete blows in the Kokoro neighborhood of Bangui. Vigilantes said they spotted him with grenades and turned him over to French forces.
Rabbi Mendel Blecher lights a nine-foot menorah during the Grand Hanukkah Celebration and Menorah Lighting at Market Street in The Woodlands, Texas. Chabad of The Woodlands hosted the event to celebrate Hanukkah. The first ‘Cannorah,’ a menorah made of cans, was also lit and will later be donated to the Montgomery County Food Bank. (The Courier, Ana Ramirez/AP)
A protester hammers at a statue of former Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin as others gather around after it was toppled during a pro-European protest in downtown Kiev, Ukraine. (Sergey Dolzhenko / EPA)
The Hudson-Athens Lighthouse is reflected in the Hudson River, in Hudson, N.Y. (Mike Groll/AP)
Nearly 200 skydivers, from all over the world, perform a group jump, a day after two skydivers were killed after colliding in midair during a jump from Skydive Arizona, at Eloy Municipal Airport, in Eloy, Ariz. (Ross D. Franklin/AP)
Christians from the village of Bouebou, some 40 kms (30 miles) North of Bangui, Central African Republic, load up on a taxi as they flee sectarian violence. Over 500 villagers have fled towards the capital Bangui fearing repression from Seleka fighters following the killing of Muslim residents by the Anti-Balaka militias. The UN security council is scheduled to pass a motion allowing French troops to deploy in the country in order to protect civilians and insure security by all necessary means. (Jerome Delay/AP)
The nation’s first full face transplant patient Dallas Wiens receives a kiss from his guide dog “Charlie” after a news conference at McCormick Place in Chicago. Despite still visible facial scars from the March 2011 surgery, Wiens looks and sounds like a recovered man. Medical imaging shows new blood vessel networks have formed, connecting transplanted skin with the patients’ facial tissue, a finding that may help improve future face transplant surgeries. (Paul Beaty/AP)
A Palestinian driver stands on his stranded car flooded with water due to heavy raining in Gaza City. Heavy rains flooded most streets and blocked some of the streets of the refugee camps and the cities of Gaza Strip. (Adel Hana/AP)
Security guards grab freelance photojournalist Kristoffer Tripplaar to stop him from photographing a protest at a McDonald’s restaurant inside the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum in Washington. Fast food workers and labor organizers are marching, waving signs, and chanting in cities across the country amid a push for higher wages. (Charles Dharapak/AP)
A vintage WWII airplane files over the USS Arizona at the ceremony commemorating the 72nd anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, in Honolulu. (Marco Garcia/AP)
A program showing an image of the former South African President Nelson Mandela is illuminated by the morning sunlight during a service held to honor Mandela at First African Methodist Episcopal Church, in Los Angeles. Mandela died Thursday night after a long illness. He was 95. (Jae C. Hong/AP)