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A family stages a humorous scene in a pool in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A woman keeps illustrated journals of her extended time in the bush of African nations. She illustrates each journal with drawings, including of the various kinds of animal droppings she finds.

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Banded gold tips (Teracolus eris ssp. eris), African capers (Belenois creona), and false dotted border butterflies (Belenois thysa) turn elephant dung into something special on the road into Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda.

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With the great antelope herds gone, dung beetles now make use of horse manure along Lake Albert in the Albertine Rift of Uganda.

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A northern flying squirrel (Glaucomys sabrinus) (three months old, male) at Wildlife Images, a rehabilitation center near Merlin, OR.

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Cow manure around a small water hole and windmill near Laverne, OK.

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Cow manure around a small water hole and windmill near Laverne, OK.

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