A crocodile in the streets?
Workers carefully unload 21-foot crocodile robot "Longlong" from the roof of a van, after it reaches Crocodile Park in Pasay city, near Manila, Philippines, July 5, 2014.
The robot, inspired by Lolong, the largest saltwater crocodile to have been in captivity, contains thousands of mechanisms costing around 80,000 pesos ($1,818) and took three months to build by robot experts.
Picking out the krill?
Sneering at a toothpick?
Cleaning a blue whale
Museum goers watch as Brittany Janaszak cleans a 94-foot-long blue whale model at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, July 8, 2014.
Installed in 1969, the 21,000 pound life-size blue whale model made of fiberglass and polyurethane, is based on a female blue whale found in 1925, a museum press release said.
An unwilling puppet?
Hanging on by a finger?
"Christ the Redeemer"
It's a worker rappelling from Christ the Redeemer statue, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
A pink lake?
Do the colors run?
The Capela de Nossa Senhora das Dores church is seen against a mountain backdrop in Paraty, south of Rio de Janeiro, July 3, 2014. An important port for exporting gold and precious stones in the 18th century, Paraty is a preserved Portuguese colonial town which is now a tourist destination.
Are the mud monsters playing?
Participants compete for the ball during a handball match at the "Wattoluempiade," or Mud Olympics, in the northern German city of Brunsbuettel, July 6, 2014. During the event, participants also join in other games including soccer and volleyball matches.
Sleeping through the alarm
Nantes Art Festival
A woman walks near a creation by French artist Claude Ponti during the "A journey to Nantes" (Le Voyage a Nantes) art festival in Nantes, western France, July 10, 2014.