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Giant whales saying hello, whopping bags of rubbish and tiny marmosets make our round-up. Gallery

Where's my horse? Two polo players pictured at the annual King's Cup Elephant Polo Tournament in Hua Hin, Thailand. Playing polo with elephants originated in Nepal in 1982 and raises money to rehabilitate elephants rescued from abuse. (Rex Features)

Two whale watchers got more than they bargained for when a 40ft leviathan emerged from the water just feet from their kayak in Monterey Bay, California. (GIANCARLO THOMAE/CATERS)

Signs urging peace with Syria are held by protesters during an anti-war rally in central London. In Parliament there was a shock defeat for a government motion to intervene in Syria. The vote means while the international community, led by America, moves closer to military intervention the UK will sit on the sidelines. (Reuters)

Laxmipriya Patel (left), dressed as the Hindu god Lord Krishna poses with her sister Mohini dressed as Lord Krishna's devotee Radharani during the Janmashtami Hindu Festival - the birth of Krishna - at Bhaktivedanta Manor in Watford, England. (Getty Images)

A man gets a nasty shock as he is jumped upon by a performer dressed in a Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaur costume (thankfully, not to scale). (Reuters)

We're the best of friends: Vadim Veligurov, 12, and his pet bird have become inseparable after the Siberian teenager found the tiny creaturel weak and abandoned shortly after she had hatched in Minusinsk, Russia. Vadim nursed the sparrow back to health and intended to release her back into the wild but his pet, named Abi, refuses to leave him. (Reuters)

Tourists run away from waves as water smashes against a barrier on the banks of the Qiantang River, in Hangzhou Zhejiang province, China. (Reuters)

On the beat-s: Performers at the Notting Hill Carnival dance with a police officer during the annual festival in west London. Europe's biggest street carnival attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors who dance, eat and enjoy the celebration of Caribbean culture. (Reuters)

Some balancing act: Giant bags of recyclable rubbish is strapped onto a tiny tricycle in Shaoxing, China. (Rex Features/HAP/Quirky China News

Pygmy marmosets Millie and Pingle are weighed at Whipsnade Zoo near Dunstable during the annual weigh-in. (PA)

Stone me! Star, a seven year-old Jack Russell terrier's taste for gravel landed her in emergency surgery after an x-ray revealed she had swallowed 80 pebbles. Luckily the dog is healthy again and is now sticking strictly to dog biscuits. (REX/PDSA)

'Sharing a Shower' by Michael Nichols from the 'National Geographic'. This image was commended in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards and will be on display in the National History Museum from October. (Michael Nichols/Wildlife Photographer of the Year)

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