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An endangered Southern plains bumble bee (Bombus fraternus) wild caught at Spring Creek Prairie Audubon Center near Denton, Nebraska.

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A male eastern carpenter bee (Xylocopa virginica) wild caught in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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American flamingos (Phoenicopterus ruber) at the Lincoln Children’s Zoo.

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A male polar bear (Ursus maritimus) at the ABQ BioPark in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This species is listed as vulnerable by the IUCN red list.
He is named ‘Koluk’ (meaning ‘Spirit) and is 24 years old.

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A western long-tailed hornbill (Horizocerus albocristatus) at the North Florida Wildlife Center in Lamont, Florida. His name is Einstein and as of 2020 he is between 13-15 years old.

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A western long-tailed hornbill (Horizocerus albocristatus) at the North Florida Wildlife Center in Lamont, Florida. His name is Einstein and as of 2020 he is between 13-15 years old.

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A western long-tailed hornbill (Horizocerus albocristatus) at the North Florida Wildlife Center in Lamont, Florida. His name is Einstein and as of 2020 he is between 13-15 years old.

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A vesper sparrow (Pooecetes gramineus) at the Iowa Bird Rehabilitation.

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A vesper sparrow (Pooecetes gramineus) at the Iowa Bird Rehabilitation.

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A vesper sparrow (Pooecetes gramineus) at the Iowa Bird Rehabilitation.

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A variable crayfish species (Cambarus cf. latimanus) collected from Williamson Swamp Creek, Grantley, Alabama, by the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab.

This species is brand new to science and will be named in the near future.

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An undescribed crayfish species (Cambarus cf.) collected from Clear Creek, Trenton, Alabama, by the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab.

This species is brand new to science and will be named in the near future.

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An undescribed crayfish species (Cambarus cf.) collected from Clear Creek, Trenton, Alabama, by the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab.

This species is brand new to science and will be named in the near future.

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A mane crayfish (Procambarus lophotus) collected in Georgia, by the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab.

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A Mane crayfish (Procambarus lophotus) collected in Georgia, by the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab.

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An Alabama crayfish (Faxonius alabamensis) collected from Indian Creek, Tennessee, by the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab.

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A Florence crayfish (Cambarus andersoni) collected from Shoal Creek in David Crockett State Park, Tennessee, by the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab.

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A powerful crayfish (Faxonius validus) collected from Clear Fork of Paint Rock River, Alabama, by the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab.

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A speckled crayfish (Cambarus lentiginosus) collected from Flint River, Alabama, by the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab.

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A Sloan’s crayfish (Faxonius sloanii) collected from Tom’s Run, Ohio by the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab.

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A wonderful crayfish (Faxonius mirus) collected near Flint River, Alabama, by the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab.

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A critically endangered obey crayfish (Cambarus obeyensis) collected near Monterey, Tennessee, by the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab.

This species is only found in the Obey River in Tennessee.

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A bluegrass crayfish (Cambarus batchi) collected near Waco, Kentucky, by the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab.

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A Weatherford Creek crayfish (Faxonius sp.) collected in the Weatherford Creek drainage, Tennessee, by the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab.

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A Mountain Fork crayfish (Cambarus diupalma) collected near New Market, Alabama, by the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab.

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A Tennessee bottlebrush crayfish (Barbicambarus simmonsi) collected in Factory Creek, Tennessee, by the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab.

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A southern cave crayfish (Orconectes australis) collected near Huntsville, Alabama, by the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab.

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A Chattooga River Crayfish (Cambarus cf. scotti) collected in South Fork Terrapin Creek, Grantley, Alabama, by the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab.

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A greensaddle crayfish (Cambarus manningi) collected near Cedar Springs, Alabama, by the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab.

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A greensaddle crayfish (Cambarus manningi) collected near Cedar Springs, Alabama, by the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab.

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A pair of greensaddle crayfish (Cambarus manningi), collected near Cedar Springs, Alabama, by the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab.

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Aknot, a five-year-old Gunnison’s prairie dog (Cynomys gunnisoni) photographed in Utah.

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Leeloo, a six-year-old white-tailed prairie dog (Cynomys leucurus) photographed in Utah. She was found abandoned along a road near a wtpd colony, and nursed back to health and raised by a wildlife rehabber.

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Leeloo, a six-year-old white-tailed prairie dog (Cynomys leucurus) photographed in Utah. She was found abandoned along a road near a wtpd colony, and nursed back to health and raised by a wildlife rehabber.

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Leeloo, a six-year-old white-tailed prairie dog (Cynomys leucurus) photographed in Utah. She was found abandoned along a road near a wtpd colony, and nursed back to health and raised by a wildlife rehabber.

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An American burying beetle (Nicrophorus americanus) at St. Louis Zoo.

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