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Two robust camel crickets (Udeopsylla robusta) the Audubon Insectarium, part of the Audubon Nature Institute. The red one is female. The black one is the male.

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A Mediterranean recluse spider (Loxosceles rufescens) at the Audubon Insectarium, part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A Mediterranean recluse spider (Loxosceles rufescens) at the Audubon Insectarium, part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A white-banded fishing spider (Dolomedes albineus) at the Audubon Insectarium, part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A white-banded fishing spider (Dolomedes albineus) at the Audubon Insectarium, part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A white-banded fishing spider (Dolomedes albineus) at the Audubon Insectarium, part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A Plectreurid spider (Plectreurys sp.) at the Audubon Insectarium, part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A Plectreurid spider (Plectreurys sp.) at the Audubon Insectarium, part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A Cellar spider (Crossopriza lyoni) carrying its eggs, at the Audubon Insectarium, part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A cellar spider (Crossopriza lyoni) carrying its eggs, at the Audubon Insectarium, part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A common house spider (Parasteatoda tepidariorum) at the Audubon Insectarium, part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A common house spider (Parasteatoda tepidariorum) at the Audubon Insectarium, part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A bandtail searobin (Prionotus ophryas) at the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas. This is part of the Audubon Nature Institute. This species has fin rays that are modified from the front of the pectoral fins, enabling the animal to walk and probe for food in the sand on the ocean floor.

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A bandtail searobin (Prionotus ophryas) at the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas. This is part of the Audubon Nature Institute. This species has fin rays that are modified from the front of the pectoral fins, enabling the animal to walk and probe for food in the sand on the ocean floor.

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A bandtail searobin (Prionotus ophryas) at the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas. This is part of the Audubon Nature Institute. This species has fin rays that are modified from the front of the pectoral fins, enabling the animal to walk and probe for food in the sand on the ocean floor.

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A bandtail searobin (Prionotus ophryas) at the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas. This is part of the Audubon Nature Institute. This species has fin rays that are modified from the front of the pectoral fins, enabling the animal to walk and probe for food in the sand on the ocean floor.

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A yellowhead jawfish (Opistognathus aurifrons) at the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas. This is part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A yellowhead jawfish (Opistognathus aurifrons) at the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas. This is part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A yellowhead jawfish (Opistognathus aurifrons) at the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas. This is part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A yellowhead jawfish (Opistognathus aurifrons) at the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas. This is part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A greater rhea (Rhea americana) at the Audubon Zoo, part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A greater rhea (Rhea americana) at the Audubon Zoo, part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A greater rhea (Rhea americana) at the Audubon Zoo, part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A white-breasted cormorant (Phalacrocorax lucidus) at the Audubon Zoo, part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A white-breasted cormorant (Phalacrocorax lucidus) at the Audubon Zoo, part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A pair of white-breasted cormorants (Phalacrocorax lucidus) at the Audubon Zoo, part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A white-breasted cormorant (Phalacrocorax lucidus) at the Audubon Zoo, part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A white-breasted cormorant (Phalacrocorax lucidus) at the Audubon Zoo, part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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An endangered female Baird’s tapir (Tapirus bairdii) at the Audubon Zoo. This animal is named Ixchel.

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An endangered female Baird’s tapir (Tapirus bairdii) at the Audubon Zoo. This animal is named Ixchel.

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An endangered female Baird’s tapir (Tapirus bairdii) at the Audubon Zoo. This animal is named Ixchel.

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An endangered male Baird’s tapir (Tapirus bairdii) at the Audubon Zoo, part of the Audubon Nature Institute. This animal is named Tybalt.

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An endangered male Baird’s tapir (Tapirus bairdii) at the Audubon Zoo, part of the Audubon Nature Institute. This animal is named Tybalt.

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A sea turtle that was rescued from the deep water horizon oil spill being rehabilitated at the Audubon Nature Institute in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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A sea turtle that was rescued from the deep water horizon oil spill being rehabilitated at the Audubon Nature Institute in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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A sea turtle that was rescued from the deep water horizon oil spill are being rehabilitated at the Audubon Nature Institute in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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