Photos of the Day: Snake Charmers and Carnival Dancers

From a dog that catches a frisbee in lower Manhattan to carnival dancers who prepare for their performance, these photos of the day will give you a different perspective about everything interesting that happened this day around the world, so try not to miss them!

Check them out for more information and start to see our world through photos!

Assam, India

A priest dances during the Deodhani Festival at the Kamakhya Temple in Guwahati. The three day event is held to worship the Serpent Goddess Kamakhya during which goats and pigeons are offered and sacrificed.

Photograph: David Talukdar/REX/Shutterstock

Moscow, Russia

Dancers Yulia Zvyakina and Dmitry Kotermin perform in the Russian Ballet Theatre’s production Swan Lake at the Moscow Youth Palace.

Photograph: Vyacheslav Prokofyev/TASS

Arnhem, the Netherlands

A five-day-old rhino with its mother at Burgers zoo. The calf is the 10th broad-lipped rhino to be born under the facility’s breeding programme

Photograph: Robin Of Lonkhuijsen/EPA

Melbourne, Australia

Liu Bolin poses for his new work in front of the Royal Exhibition Building. The Chinese photographer is headlining the Ballarat international foto biennale, the country’s largest photographic festival

Photograph: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images

Truro, England

Boris Johnson speaks to nurses during a visit to the Royal Cornwall hospital

Photograph: Simon Dawson/EPA

Srinagar, India

A worker looks through the gate of a closed school

Photograph: Punit Paranjpe/AFP/Getty Images

Silli, India

Snake charmers and local villagers perform tricks with venomous snakes at the Jhapan festival

Photograph: Avishek Das/Sopas/Rex/Shutterstock

Brégançon, France

Gendarmes patrol the beach near the president’s summer retreat on the Mediterranean coast

Photograph: Gérard Julien/AFP/Getty Images

Havana, Cuba

Carnival dancers prepare for their performance

Photograph: Yamil Lage/AFP/Getty Images


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