Friday Photo: My Little Pony

NORBERTO DUARTE/AFP/Getty Images We’re not quite sure if these photos qualify as FP-related, but we couldn’t resist. Meet Thumbelina, the world’s tiniest horse, who made a brief appearance at the Big Apple Circus in NYC yesterday. Seriously, people. Look at that face. Doesn’t it look like it’s capable of inspiring world peace?

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NORBERTO DUARTE/AFP/Getty Images
We're not quite sure if these photos qualify as FP-related, but we couldn't resist. Meet Thumbelina, the world's tiniest horse, who made a brief appearance at the Big Apple Circus in NYC yesterday. Seriously, people. Look at that face. Doesn't it look like it's capable of inspiring world peace?



NORBERTO DUARTE/AFP/Getty Images

We’re not quite sure if these photos qualify as FP-related, but we couldn’t resist. Meet Thumbelina, the world’s tiniest horse, who made a brief appearance at the Big Apple Circus in NYC yesterday. Seriously, people. Look at that face. Doesn’t it look like it’s capable of inspiring world peace?

Carolyn O'Hara is a senior editor at Foreign Policy.

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