A 1923 U.S. dollar bill, backed in silver.
A male mimic poison frog (Ranitomeya imitator) with a single tadpole on his back, from a private collection.
A woman poses gracefully on a back porch in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Three generations of females stand on a backporch in Lincoln, Nebraska.
A captive, vulnerable, African elephant (Loxodonta africana).
A giant marine toad (Rhinella marina), also called a cane toad, at the Kansas City Zoo.
Three-toed Box Turtle, Terrapene carolina triunguis, at the Sedgwick County Zoo.
An old man walks down a dirt road on a farm.
A local hunter/gatherer carries pupunha fruit he collected with his children in the forests of the Brazilian Amazon.
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