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An endangered 10 day old kagu (Rhynochetos jubatus) at the San Diego Zoo.

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An endangered Fiji banded iguana (Brachylophus bulabula) at the San Diego Zoo.

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An endangered Fiji banded iguana (Brachylophus bulabula) at the San Diego Zoo.

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An endangered Fiji banded iguana (Brachylophus bulabula) at the San Diego Zoo.

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An endangered Fiji banded iguana (Brachylophus bulabula) at the San Diego Zoo.

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An endangered Fiji banded iguana (Brachylophus bulabula) at the San Diego Zoo.

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An endangered Fiji banded iguana (Brachylophus bulabula) at the San Diego Zoo.

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Two endangered ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta) at the Indianapolis Zoo.

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An endangered ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta) at the Indianapolis Zoo.

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Two endangered ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta) at the Indianapolis Zoo.

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An endangered six-day-old lappet-faced vulture (torgos tracheliotos) at Zoo Atlanta. At this stage, the chick is eating 30 dead pinky mice per day.

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An endangered six-day-old lappet-faced vulture (torgos tracheliotos) at Zoo Atlanta. At this stage, the chick is eating 30 dead pinky mice per day.

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An endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered snow leopard (Panthera uncia) named Rilu at the Miller Park Zoo. He likes to play hide and seek with his keepers every night during closing, and is very protective of his exhibit mate.

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An endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered male Asiatic lion (Panthera leo persica) at Kamla Nehru Zoological Garden, Ahmedabad, India. This animal was named Ambar, which means ‘Sky’ in Hindi.

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An endangered Malayan tiger (Panthera tigris jacksoni) at the Omaha Zoo.

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An endangered, male Okinawa black-breasted leaf turtle (Geoemyda japonica) at the Turtle Conservancy.

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A golden riffleshell (Epioblasma aureola) photographed at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center.

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A golden riffleshell (Epioblasma aureola) photographed at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center with a byssal thread which helps them attach to rocks so they don’t get washed away during floods.

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Two endangered golden riffleshell (Epioblasma aureola) at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center in Marion, Virginia.

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An endangered golden riffleshell (Epioblasma aureola) at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center in Marion, Virginia.

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Two endangered golden riffleshell (Epioblasma aureola) at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center in Marion, Virginia.

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Two endangered golden riffleshell (Epioblasma aureola) at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center in Marion, Virginia.

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An endangered Cumberland monkeyface (Theliderma intermedia) on the right photographed at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center. This animal was collected in the Duck River, TN.
A critically endangered Appalachian monkeyface (Theliderma sparsa) on the left photographed at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center. This animal was collected from the Powell River, TN.

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An endangered Cumberland monkeyface (Theliderma intermedia) on the right photographed at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center. This animal was collected in the Duck River, TN.
A critically endangered Appalachian monkeyface (Theliderma sparsa) on the left photographed at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center. This animal was collected from the Powell River, TN.

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An endangered Cumberland monkeyface (Theliderma intermedia) photographed at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center. This animal was collected in the Duck River of TN.

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An endangered Cumberland monkeyface (Theliderma intermedia) photographed at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center. This animal was collected in the Duck River of TN.

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An endangered fluted kidneyshell (Ptychobranchus subtentus) photographed at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center. This animal was collected from the Clinch River, VA.

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An endangered fluted kidneyshell (Ptychobranchus subtentus) photographed at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center. This animal was collected from the Clinch River, VA.

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Two endangered oyster mussels (Epioblasma capsaeformis) photographed at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center. These animals were collected from the Clinch River, VA.

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A endangered oyster mussel (Epioblasma capsaeformis) photographed at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center. These animals were collected from the Clinch River, VA.

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Two endangered oyster mussels (Epioblasma capsaeformis) photographed at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center. These animals were collected from the Clinch River, VA.

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An endangered spiny river snail (Io fuluviaris) at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center in Marion, Virginia. This species was collected in the Clinch River, VA. This is the largest native snail in the U.S.

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An endangered spiny river snail (Io fuluviaris) at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center in Marion, Virginia. This species was collected in the Clinch River, VA. This is the largest native snail in the U.S.

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An endangered female East African crowned crane (Balearica regulorum gibbericeps) at the Memphis zoo in Tennessee.

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An endangered female East African crowned crane (Balearica regulorum gibbericeps) at the Memphis zoo in Tennessee.

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An endangered African spurred tortoise (Centrochelys sulcata) at the Memphis Zoo in Tennessee.

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