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1. An inquisitive snail takes a look at some very sharp crocodile teeth. The land snail moved along the young saltwater crocodile's back before stretching down to take a closer look inside the reptile's toothy smile. (Picture: Andri Priyadi /Solent News)

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2. A sneaky egret stands on the back of an alligator as it floats around a lake in Florida (Picture: Marco Wagner/HotSpot media)

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3. Wildlife photography enthusiast Kurit Afsheen (34) captured this charming moment in Ciledug, Indonesia (Picture: Kurit Afsheen / Media Drum World)

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4. A lizard challenged a crocodile to a game of 'reptile rodeo' by jumping on him... (Picture: Hendy MP/Solent News)

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5. ...leaving the crocodile no choice but to try and shake him off. The fight between the 35cm croc and the 25cm lizard was captured by photographer Hendy MP in Sambas, West Kalimantan, Indonesia (Picture: Hendy MP/Solent News)

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6. A red-winged blackbird appears to have hitched a ride on the back of a red-tailed hawk. The photo was captured in the DeSoto and Boyer Chute national wildlife refuge, which spans across Nebraska and Iowa, by Mike White. 'We see territorial blackbirds (among others) dive-bombing raptors,' the department explained. 'But this is definitely something you don't see every day.' (Picture: Mike White/US department of the Interior)

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7. Terrapins take a break and rest on the back of a hippo in Kruger National Park, South Africa (Picture: Stephen Earle / Barcroft Media)

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8. A lazy damselfly uses a swimming grass snake as a perch as the reptile swims across a pond at Lackford Lakes Nature Reserve near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk (Picture: David Offord/Anglia Press Agency)

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9. A squirrel monkey hitches a lift on a capybara at Tobu Zoo in Saitama, Japan (Picture: Xinhua/REX Shutterstock)

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10. Amateur photographer Phoo Chan managed to photograph a crow catching a lift on the back of a bald eagle, 25 feet in the air, in Seabeck, Washington, USA. The crow was trying to drive the bald eagle away in order to protect its chicks. The crow perched on the eagle for a few seconds, and then the two birds flew off on their separate ways. (Picture: Media Drum World)

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11. A seagull hitches a ride on a pig while it swims in the crystal blue sea off the coast of Bahamas. The secluded island of Big Major Cay is home to around 20 porky piggies and the island is affectionately referred to by locals as Pig Beach. (Picture: JULIE ZONEY / CATERS NEWS)

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12. The world's bravest raccoon hitches a ride on an alligator in Florida. Richard Jones was visiting Ocala National Forest when he spotted something strange in the Ocklawaha River — a raccoon riding an alligator. The alligator quickly submerged and the raccoon swam away to safety. (Picture: Richard Jones)

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