eight baby african spurred tortoises, each weighing about 25 grams, piggyback on their mother, who weighs about 80,000 grams. photos by attila balazs. see also: baby galapagos tortoise with mom (for an even larger disparity) and baby turtles (turtles swim in water. tortoises walk on land)
There is an Easter Monday tradition in Hungary in which men pour water over women (originally unmarried women of marriageable age). The water-pouring ritual, along with the exchange of colored eggs, predates Christianity in Hungary but has become part of Easter tradition. It originally signified fertility.
In Holloko. (Photographer: Peter Komka - Associated Press)
In Nyiregyhaza. (Photographer: Attila Balazs - Associated Press)