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A fruit bat (Lissonycteris angolensis) hanging with wings folded, from Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

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A helmeted hornbill head that’s been carved intricately. Carving of the bird’s bills for ivory has led to a massive decline in this species. This was dropped off by an anonymous donor more than a dozen years ago at the Houston Zoo.

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A helmeted hornbill head that’s been carved intricately. Carving of the bird’s bills for ivory has led to a massive decline in this species. This was dropped off by an anonymous donor more than a dozen years ago at the Houston Zoo.

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A helmeted hornbill head that’s been carved intricately. Carving of the bird’s bills for ivory has led to a massive decline in this species. This was dropped off by an anonymous donor more than a dozen years ago at the Houston Zoo.

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A helmeted hornbill head that’s been carved intricately. Carving of the bird’s bills for ivory has led to a massive decline in this species. This was dropped off by an anonymous donor more than a dozen years ago at the Houston Zoo.

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Gulls feed on the remains of a bowhead whale caught and butchered by Alaska Natives on the North Slope.

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A captive gray wolf in an acclimation pen shortly before its release into Yellowstone National Park.

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A painted mural at Morrill Hall, University of Nebraska’s State Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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‘Archie,’ the world’s largest mammoth skeleton. On display at Morrill Hall, University of Nebraska’s State Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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‘Archie,’ the world’s largest mammoth skeleton. On display at Morrill Hall, University of Nebraska’s State Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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‘Archie,’ the world’s largest mammoth skeleton. On display at Morrill Hall, University of Nebraska’s State Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Salmon heads washed up on the banks of the Columbia river at a Native American fish-cleaning site near Celilo, OR.

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Salmon heads washed up on the banks of the Columbia river at a Native American fish-cleaning site near Celilo, OR.

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Salmon heads washed up on the banks of the Columbia river at a Native American fish-cleaning site near Celilo, OR.

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A biologist looks down at the bones of a Steller sea lion in Vancouver Island’s Clayoquot Sound (British Columbia, Canada.)

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The remains of an elk killed by wild gray wolves in Yellowstone National Park’s Lamar Valley.

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The remains of an elk killed by wild gray wolves in Yellowstone National Park.

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