Gil Riegler introduces a Sampson, a male camel, to visitors during the last day of the OC Fair in Costa Mesa, California.
Marco Lopez slits the neck of a turkey destined for a dinner plate at PCH Poultry and Market. The store is the first one in Long Beach where you can buy a freshly slaughtered chicken, turkey or rabbit.
Susan Doggett shows off a barn owl at her home in Orange, California.
A pelican watches beach-goers enjoy the high surf near the pier in Seal Beach, California.
Kentucky Gallahue and his dog Derby, a Goldendoodle from San Diego, compete in the Purina Pro Plan IDC Surf Dog Competition at Bolsa Chica State Beach in Huntington Beach, CA.
Koi seem to beg for food at the Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden at California State University, Long Beach, California.
Mugz, a male Shitsue, heads down the rollercoaster bridge over Shoreline Drive as he and his owner, Thyda Hoth, start the 22nd Annual Aids Walk Long Beach.
Nadine Traboulsi, left, holding her dog Chloe, hugs her mother, May Traboulsi, at John Wayne Airport as she heads to Atlanta to visit her other daughter for Thanksgiving in Santa Ana, CA.
An 8-month old swine competes in the pig races at the OC Fair on Saturday, July 30, 2016. The All -Alaskan Racing Pigs perform daily as they run around a U-shaped track and leap over hurdles.
An American White Pelican stretches its legs, and it beak, after being let out of a cage as it’s being released in Irvine, California. The bird was captured with a severely fractured mandible and a foot entangled in a fishing lure. Workers from the International Bird Rescue nursed him back to health and released him at the San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary.
A Snowy Owl sits on a rooftop in the 6500 block of Reefton Avenue in Cypress, CA
A dead whale washed sits on the beach Monday morning on the cobblestone beach at Lower Trestles on San Onofre State Beach – a popular surf spot just south of San Clemente.
A squirrel peeks out of a box at the Wetlands & Wildlife Care Center in Huntington Beach, CA. They center was overrun with squirrels this week, taking in 80 of the creatures. They usually take in 600 a year.
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