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In this photo released by the Voz de Areia Branca, a community news blog, a dead dolphin is carried with a tractor on Upanema beach in the Areia Branca municipality of Rio Grande do Norte state, Brazil, Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013. Around 30 large dolphins known as false killer whales beached themselves in northeastern Brazil. (AP Photo/Carlos Junior, Voz de Areia Branca)
Photos of the day Sept. 23, 2013
The Associated Press
First Published Sep 23 2013 05:55 pm • Last Updated Sep 23 2013 09:14 pm

A collection of the best photos from around the world Sept. 23, 2013.

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