Saturday night Hot Shots
Wildlife workers in the Australian Reptile Park wrestled alligators to capture their eggs.
They have to take away the gators’ eggs for breeding purposes before the animals eat them. The climate in the area is too hot for the eggs to hatch naturally.
15 eggs were collected and taken away to be incubated in a safe environment. Baby alligators are expected to hatch after 70 days of incubation.
Residents in the southeastern Spanish town of Ibi took part in their annual flour fight.
The traditional battle with flour, eggs and firecrackers takes place every year as part of the festival of Els Enfarinats.
The celebration marks the day of the innocents, which is Spain’s equivalent to April Fool’s Day.
Attendees at the Indiana Pacers and Phoenix Suns basketball game got to see a Capuchin monkey riding a dog as halftime entertainment.