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An inland taipan (Oxyranus microlepidotus) at Reptile Gardens. This snake is the most venomous in the world.

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An infrared image of a young woman in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Australian freshwater crocodile (Crocodylus johnstoni) at the Omaha Zoo.

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Dr. Norman Gary, an entomologist and bee wrangler, plays his clarinet while surrounded by some of his bees.

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Dr. Norman Gary, an entomologist and bee wrangler, plays his clarinet while wearing a “bee beard.”

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Dr. Norman Gary, an entomologist and bee wrangler, plays his clarinet while wearing a “bee beard.”

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Dr. Norman Gary, an entomologist and bee wrangler, plays his clarinet while wearing a “bee beard.”

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Dr. Norman Gary, an entomologist and bee wrangler, holds up some of his bees.

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Dr. Norman Gary, an entomologist and bee wrangler, poses for a portrait wearing a beard of honey bees.

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Dr. Norman Gary, an entomologist and bee wrangler, poses for a portrait wearing a beard of honey bees.

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Dr. Norman Gary, an entomologist and bee wrangler, poses for a portrait wearing a beard of honey bees.

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Dr. Norman Gary, an entomologist and bee wrangler, poses for a portrait wearing a beard of honey bees.

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Dr. Norman Gary, an entomologist and bee wrangler, poses for a portrait wearing a beard of honey bees.

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Dr. Norman Gary, an entomologist and bee wrangler, plays his clarinet while surrounded by some of his bees.

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Dr. Norman Gary, an entomologist and bee wrangler, poses for a portrait wearing a beard of honey bees.

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Dr. Norman Gary, an entomologist and bee wrangler, poses for a portrait wearing a beard of honey bees.

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Dr. Norman Gary, an entomologist and bee wrangler, poses for a portrait wearing a beard of honey bees.

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A young boy climbs and forages for food in his kitchen at his home in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A young boy climbs and forages for food in his kitchen at his home in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A young boy climbs and forages for food in his kitchen at his home in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Atop the 80-foot tower during a high dive act at the Nebraska state fair.

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A stunt man performs a car jump from a flaming ramp at the Iowa state fair.

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A federally threatened New Mexico ridge-nosed rattlesnake (Crotalus willardi obscurus) at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum.

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A bus overloads a fragile bridge on the Transpantaniera highway in Brazil.

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Captive gray wolf at the International Wolf Center in Ely, MN.

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A man holds up a bird caught in a wire fence at Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge.

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A man saws off a tree trunk under a cloudy sky in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A man saws off a tree trunk under a cloudy sky in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A man saws off a tree trunk under a cloudy sky in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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An inland taipan (Oxyranus microlepidotus) at Reptile Gardens. This snake is the most venomous in the world.

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An inland taipan (Oxyranus microlepidotus) at Reptile Gardens. This snake is the most venomous in the world.

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An inland taipan (Oxyranus microlepidotus) at Reptile Gardens. This snake is the most venomous in the world.

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An inland taipan (Oxyranus microlepidotus) at Reptile Gardens. This snake is the most venomous in the world.

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An inland taipan (Oxyranus microlepidotus) at Reptile Gardens. This snake is the most venomous in the world.

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An inland taipan (Oxyranus microlepidotus) at Reptile Gardens. This snake is the most venomous in the world.

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