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A liger, Panthera leo x Panthera tigris, at Taman Safari in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia. This cat is a male named ‘Nala. His mother was a lion and father was a tiger. This ‘designer’ cat is a hybrid created by captive cross breeding for the wealthy in Indonesia seeking to have novel pets. When Indonesia began cracking down on the wildlife pet trade a few years ago, this liger and several others were given to the zoo by these pet owners.

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A liger, Panthera leo x Panthera tigris, at Taman Safari in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia. This cat is a male named ‘Nala. His mother was a lion and father was a tiger. This ‘designer’ cat is a hybrid created by captive cross breeding for the wealthy in Indonesia seeking to have novel pets. When Indonesia began cracking down on the wildlife pet trade a few years ago, this liger and several others were given to the zoo by these pet owners.

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A liger, Panthera leo x Panthera tigris, at Taman Safari in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia. This cat is a male named ‘Nala. His mother was a lion and father was a tiger. This ‘designer’ cat is a hybrid created by captive cross breeding for the wealthy in Indonesia seeking to have novel pets. When Indonesia began cracking down on the wildlife pet trade a few years ago, this liger and several others were given to the zoo by these pet owners.

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A liger, Panthera leo x Panthera tigris, at Taman Safari in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia. This cat is a male named ‘Nala. His mother was a lion and father was a tiger. This ‘designer’ cat is a hybrid created by captive cross breeding for the wealthy in Indonesia seeking to have novel pets. When Indonesia began cracking down on the wildlife pet trade a few years ago, this liger and several others were given to the zoo by these pet owners.

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A pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) crossing under a fence near Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada.

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A pair of toothbrushes mimic the architecture at the Vatican.

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The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira, an underground Roman Catholic church built within the tunnels of a salt mine 200 meters underground in a Halite mountain near the town of Zipaquira, in Cundinamarca, Colombia.

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The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira, an underground Roman Catholic church built within the tunnels of a salt mine 200 meters underground in a Halite mountain near the town of Zipaquira, in Cundinamarca, Colombia.

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The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira, an underground Roman Catholic church built within the tunnels of a salt mine 200 meters underground in a Halite mountain near the town of Zipaquira, in Cundinamarca, Colombia.

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The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira, an underground Roman Catholic church built within the tunnels of a salt mine 200 meters underground in a Halite mountain near the town of Zipaquira, in Cundinamarca, Colombia.

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A man wears a mask at the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira, an underground Roman Catholic church built within the tunnels of a salt mine 200 meters underground in a Halite mountain near the town of Zipaquira, in Cundinamarca, Colombia.

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A Narragansett turkey at the Knoxville Zoo. This is a breed of Meleagris gallopavo and is a cross between the Eastern Wild Turkey, Meleagris gallopavo silvestris, and the domestic turkey brought to Colonial America in the 1700s.

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A Narragansett turkey at the Knoxville Zoo. This is a breed of Meleagris gallopavo and is a cross between the Eastern Wild Turkey, Meleagris gallopavo silvestris, and the domestic turkey brought to Colonial America in the 1700s.

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A Narragansett turkey at the Knoxville Zoo. This is a breed of Meleagris gallopavo and is a cross between the Eastern Wild Turkey, Meleagris gallopavo silvestris, and the domestic turkey brought to Colonial America in the 1700s.

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A Narragansett turkey at the Knoxville Zoo. This is a breed of Meleagris gallopavo and is a cross between the Eastern Wild Turkey, Meleagris gallopavo silvestris, and the domestic turkey brought to Colonial America in the 1700s.

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A Narragansett turkey at the Knoxville Zoo. This is a breed of Meleagris gallopavo and is a cross between the Eastern Wild Turkey, Meleagris gallopavo silvestris, and the domestic turkey brought to Colonial America in the 1700s.

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A pronghorn antelope sneaks under a barbed wire fence.

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A pronghorn antelope, Antilocapra americana, crawls under a fence.

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A pronghorn antelope, Antilocapra americana, crossing under a fence near Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada.

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A pronghorn antelope, Antilocapra americana, crossing under a fence near Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada.

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A sculpture at the Washington National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.

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A Mexican family wade across the Rio Grande beneath the International bridge, leaving Matamoros and entering Brownsville, Texas illegally.

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A pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) crossing under a fence near Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada.

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A pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) crossing under a fence near Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada.

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A protest cemetery dedicated to all the things lost because of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on Grand Isle, Louisiana.

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A cattle guard being installed at a pasture near Valparaiso, Nebraska.

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A moose (Alces americanus) crosses the Kukpuk River on Alaska’s North Slope.

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A caribou (Rangifer tarandus) from the Central Arctic herd crosses an industrial road on Alaska’s North Slope, near Prudhoe Bay.

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Students on spring break in South Padre Island crowd around a sculpture created by the Baptist Center of West Texas State University.

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Caribou warily cross a road in the Kuparek oil field, part of greater Prudhoe Bay. Those in favor point out that remnants of wildlife can still be seen in heavily developed oil fields. Environmentalists point out that the area is now an extremely polluted industrial zone.

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The shutter fired just in time to catch the flash from a camera in the congregation at the Salem Baptist Church in Omaha, NE.

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Graveyard on St. Paul Island in the Pribilofs (Alaska).

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White-tailed deer cross the Niobrara River near Valentine, NE.

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Caribou warily cross a road in the Kuparek oil field, part of greater Prudhoe Bay. Those in favor point out that remnants of wildlife can still be seen in heavily developed oil fields. Environmentalists point out that the area is now an extremely polluted industrial zone.

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