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It's an odd, odd world out there

Last updated on: November 30, 2020 08:39 IST
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These images prove it's truly a mad, mad world!

British musician Paul Barton plays the piano for monkeys that occupy abandoned historical areas in Lopburi, Thailand. Photograph: Prapan Chankaew/Reuters

Fluffy toy panda bears as part of the art installation "Panda mie" by Italian restaurant owner Giuseppe "Pino" Fichera sit over beers at his restaurant "Pino's" to raise awareness of the COVID-19 lockdown's business impact on gastronomy in Frankfurt, Germany. Photograph: Kai Pfaffenbach/Reuters

An athlete carries a body of a car during a strongmen contest "People are stronger than machines" in Sevastopol, Crimea. Photograph: Alexey Pavlishak/Reuters

A sculpture called "Dalmation" balances a taxi on its nose while wearing a face covering during the coronavirus disease pandemic in the Manhattan borough of New York City, US. Photograph: Carlo Allegri/Reuters

A person dressed as a Santa Claus meets with children while sitting in a "Santa Claus bubble" as he opens Christmas season at Aalborg Zoo, amid the coronavirus disease outbreak, in Aalborg, Denmark. Photograph: Ritzau Scanpix/Henning Bagger/Reuters

A little boy looks at an art installation with 111 mannequins on Marienplatz calling for more "mindfulness and appreciation" in times of corona as the spread of the coronavirus disease continues in Munich, Germany. Photograph: Andreas Gebert/Reuters

Chocolate Santas wearing protective face masks are seen in the workshop of the Hungarian confectioner Laszlo Rimoczi, during the COVID-19 outbreak in Lajosmizse, Hungary. Photograph: Bernadett Szabo/Reuters

Pavel Prikhodko pulls an off-road vehicle using his teeth during a 1,200-metre-long challenge in the settlement of Verkhnerusskoye in Stavropol Region, Russia. Prikhodko successfully completed the task. Photograph: Eduard Korniyenko/Reuters
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