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BIR057-00473

An Asian glossy starling (Aplonis panayensis) at Parque Biologico.

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BIR057-00472

An Asian glossy starling (Aplonis panayensis) at Parque Biologico.

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BIR057-00471

An Asian glossy starling (Aplonis panayensis) at Parque Biologico.

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ANI104-00207

An endangered four-eyed turtle (Sacalia quadriocellata) at the Tennessee Aquarium.

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BIR065-00200

A critically endangered blue-throated macaw (Ara glaucogularis) at the Houston Zoo.

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BIR067-00361

African yellow white-eye (Zosterops senegalensis) from the private collection of Cornel Roels of Choussy, France.

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BIR067-00362

African yellow white-eye (Zosterops senegalensis) from the private collection of Cornel Roels of Choussy, France.

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ANI104-00202

A critically endangered Madagascar big-headed turtle (Erymnochelys madagascariensis) at the Houston Zoo.

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ANI104-00201

A critically endangered Madagascar big-headed turtle (Erymnochelys madagascariensis) at the Houston Zoo.

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BIR070-00020

A Everett’s scops owl (Otus everetti) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

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BIR040-00217

A South Philippines hawk-eagle (Nisaetus pinskeri) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

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BIR040-00214

A critically endangered Philippine eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

This eagle’s name is Imbulog, which means ‘Soar’.
The first captive bred Philippine eagle was hatched here in 1992. Imbulog is the 23rd successful chick born at the Philippine Eagle Center, which is the only place in the world that breeds and rears this critically-endangered species.As of 2019, there are 400 pairs left in the wild.

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BIR040-00211

A critically endangered Philippine eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

This eagle’s name is Imbulog, which means ‘Soar’.
The first captive bred Philippine eagle was hatched here in 1992. Imbulog is the 23rd successful chick born at the Philippine Eagle Center, which is the only place in the world that breeds and rears this critically-endangered species.As of 2019, there are 400 pairs left in the wild.

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ANI109-00133

A knob-scaled lizard (Xenosaurus grandis grandis) at the San Antonio Zoo. This species is listed as vulnerable on the IUCN Red List.

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ANI109-00132

A knob-scaled lizard (Xenosaurus grandis grandis) at the San Antonio Zoo. This species is listed as vulnerable on the IUCN Red List.

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FIS010-00044

Swell shark (Cephaloscyllium ventriosum) at East Bay Regional Park District.

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FIS024-00032

Pearly razorfish (Xyrichtys novacula) at the Albuquerque BioPark Aquarium.

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FIS024-00031

Pearly razorfish (Xyrichtys novacula) at the Albuquerque BioPark Aquarium.

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FIS024-00030

Pearly razorfish (Xyrichtys novacula) at the Albuquerque BioPark Aquarium.

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ANI046-00045

Shovelnose ray (Glaucostegus typus) at Shark Reef Aquarium.

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BIR068-00311

A female RiedelÕs eclectus parrot, Eclectus roratus riedeli, at Loro Parque Fundacion.

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BIR068-00297

Marajo amazon, Amazona ochrocephala xantholaema, at Loro Parque Fundacion.

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BIR068-00245

Yellow faced Amazon, Alipiopsitta xanthops, at Loro Parque Fundacion.

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BIR068-00232

Turquoise fronted amazon, Amazona aestiva aestiva, at Loro Parque Fundacion.

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ANI046-00028

Pearl ray (Potamotrygon sp. still undescribed) at L’aquarium tropical du palais de la Porte DorŽe.

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FIS027-00462

Harlequin Tusk (Choerodon fasciatus) at Pure Aquariums.

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FIS027-00460

Harlequin Tusk (Choerodon fasciatus) at Pure Aquariums.

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ANI046-00023

Atlantic sting ray (Dasyatis sabina) from Gulf Specimen Marine Laboratories.

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BIR064-00034

A black and red broadbill, Cymbirhynchus macrorhynchos malaccensis, at Penang Bird Park.

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BIR064-00033

A black and red broadbill, Cymbirhynchus macrorhynchos malaccensis, at Penang Bird Park.

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BIR064-00032

A black and red broadbill, Cymbirhynchus macrorhynchos malaccensis, at Penang Bird Park.

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BIR064-00031

A black and red broadbill (Cymbirhynchus macrorhynchos malaccensis) at Penang Bird Park.

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FIS017-00052

Giant devil catfish (Bagarius yarrelli) at Zoo Negara.

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FIS017-00051

Giant devil catfish (Bagarius yarrelli) at Zoo Negara.

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ANI040-00506

A Schmidt’s guenon (Cercopithecus ascanius schmidti) at the Houston Zoo.

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ANI040-00505

An endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered siamang (Symphalangus syndactylus) at the Houston Zoo.

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