Top photos and videos of the day: Monday, March 10, 2014

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PSA tells Colorado residents what they can and can’t do while legally high:

It’s a black bear on a wire:


The obligatory Justin Bieber GIF, from his newly-released deposition video:


A selection of some of the best photographs from around the world:

A young man looks through photographs, which were repaired after being washed away by the earthquake and tsunami at a gymnasium in Sendai, Miyagi prefecture, Japan. On March 11, Japan commemorates the third anniversary of the magnitude 9.0 earthquake and tsunami that claimed more than 18,000 lives, and subsequent nuclear disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. | Getty Images

150 surfboard graveyard — Cottesloe by artist Chris Anderson is seen at the 10th annual Sculpture by the Sea at Cottesloe Beach in Perth, Australia. | Getty Images

The Cambridge mens crew pose for a picture in the Hackett store window in London, England. | Getty Images

Gold medallists Kelly Gallagher of Great Britain (R) and guide Charlotte Evans celebrate during the medal ceremony for the Women’s Super-G – Visually Impaired at the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games at Rosa Khutor Alpine Center. | Getty Images

Bryce Gibbs of the Sharks hits the ball up with a cut head during the round one NRL match between the Cronulla Sharks and the Gold Coast Titans at Remondis Stadium in Sydney, Australia. | Getty Images

A rider pedals by a snow melt puddle while biking on the bike path near Montrose beach. | Michael Jarecki/For Sun-Times Media

An Israeli soldier stands guard while Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visits a display of dozens of mortar shells and rockets after being seized from the Panama-flagged KLOS C civilian cargo ship that Israel intercepted last Wednesday off the coast of Sudan, at a military port in the Red Sea city of Eilat, southern Israel. Israel has alleged the shipment was orchestrated by Iran and was intended for Islamic militants in Gaza, a claim denied by Iran and the rockets’ purported recipients. Questions remain, including how the rockets would have been smuggled into Gaza, largely cut off from the world by a border blockade enforced by Israel and Egypt. | AP Photo

An armed sailor of the Ukrainian warship Ternipol stands on board under a Ukrainian naval flag as the ship lays anchored next to a Russian warship in Sevastopol, Ukraine. Russian warships are standing nearby to prevent the Ternipol and the larger Slavutych from departing as a blockade by Russian-led forces of Ukrainian military facilities and assets continues on Crimea. The new pro-Russian Crimean government will seek to finalize secession for Crimea on March 16 and says any Ukrainian soldiers who have not surrendered or taken a pledge to the new Crimean state by then will face consequences. | Getty Images

Venezuelan public health personnel face riot police during a protest in Caracas. At least 20 people have died and 300 others wounded since protests first erupted, giving President nicolas Maduro his biggest test since succeeding late leader and leftist icon Hugo Chavez almost a year ago. | Getty Images

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