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A female el chape toad (Rhinella justinianoi) at Museo De Historia Natural “Alcide d’Orbigny”. This species is listed vulnerable on the IUCN red list.

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A female el chape toad (Rhinella justinianoi) at Museo De Historia Natural “Alcide d’Orbigny”. This species is listed vulnerable on the IUCN red list.

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A female rhinoceros beetle (Golofa pelagon) at Museo De Historia Natural “Alcide d’Orbigny”.

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A female rhinoceros beetle (Golofa pelagon) at Museo De Historia Natural “Alcide d’Orbigny”.

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An acorn woodpecker (Melanerpes formicivorus bairdi) at the Big Bear Alpine Zoo. This bird’s name is Narwhal.

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A female Humboldt’s flying squirrel (Glaucomys oregonensis) at the Big Bear Alpine Zoo. This squirrel’s name is Truffles.

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A female Humboldt’s flying squirrel (Glaucomys oregonensis) at the Big Bear Alpine Zoo. This squirrel’s name is Truffles.

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A female Humboldt’s flying squirrel (Glaucomys oregonensis) at the Big Bear Alpine Zoo. This squirrel’s name is Truffles.

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Saffron finches (Sicalis flaveola brasiliensis) at the Membeca Lagos Farm, near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The female is more brown, the males more brilliant yellow.

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A female Southern oncilla or tiger cat (Leopardus guttulus) at Fundacao Jardim Zoologico de Brasilia. This species is listed as vulnerable by IUCN. Habitat loss and poaching for the skin are two threats to the species. This animal was rescued as an orphan in the Brasilia area by IBAMA, the Brazilian wildlife agency. This animal’s name is Potira, an indigenous name for a local goddess.

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A female Southern oncilla or tiger cat (Leopardus guttulus) at Fundacao Jardim Zoologico de Brasilia. This species is listed as vulnerable by IUCN. Habitat loss and poaching for the skin are two threats to the species. This animal was rescued as an orphan in the Brasilia area by IBAMA, the Brazilian wildlife agency. This animal’s name is Potira, an indigenous name for a local goddess.

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A female Southern oncilla or tiger cat (Leopardus guttulus) at Fundacao Jardim Zoologico de Brasilia. This species is listed as vulnerable by IUCN. Habitat loss and poaching for the skin are two threats to the species. This animal was rescued as an orphan in the Brasilia area by IBAMA, the Brazilian wildlife agency. This animal’s name is Potira, an indigenous name for a local goddess.

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A female Southern oncilla or tiger cat (Leopardus guttulus) at Fundacao Jardim Zoologico de Brasilia. This species is listed as vulnerable by IUCN. Habitat loss and poaching for the skin are two threats to the species. This animal was rescued as an orphan in the Brasilia area by IBAMA, the Brazilian wildlife agency. This animal’s name is Potira, an indigenous name for a local goddess.

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A female Southern oncilla or tiger cat (Leopardus guttulus) at Fundacao Jardim Zoologico de Brasilia. This species is listed as vulnerable by IUCN. Habitat loss and poaching for the skin are two threats to the species. This animal was rescued as an orphan in the Brasilia area by IBAMA, the Brazilian wildlife agency. This animal’s name is Potira, an indigenous name for a local goddess.

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A female hoary fox (Lycalopex vetulus) at Fundacao Jardim Zoologico de Brasilia. This fox is the only endemic canid in Brazil. This animal is from the Cerrado area of Brazil. Her name is Lilica.

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A female hoary fox (Lycalopex vetulus) at Fundacao Jardim Zoologico de Brasilia. This fox is the only endemic canid in Brazil. This animal is from the Cerrado area of Brazil. Her name is Lilica.

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A female, black striped capuchin (Sapajus libidinosus) at Fundacao Jardim Zoologico de Brasilia.

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A female, black striped capuchin (Sapajus libidinosus) at Fundacao Jardim Zoologico de Brasilia.

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A female purús red howler monkey (Alouatta seniculus peruensis) at Fundacao Jardim Zoologico de Brasilia.

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A female purús red howler monkey (Alouatta seniculus peruensis) at Fundacao Jardim Zoologico de Brasilia.

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A female purús red howler monkey (Alouatta seniculus peruensis) at Fundacao Jardim Zoologico de Brasilia.

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A critically endangered, female black bearded saki (Chiropotes satanas) at Fundacao Jardim Zoologico de Brasilia.

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A critically endangered, female black bearded saki (Chiropotes satanas) at Fundacao Jardim Zoologico de Brasilia.

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A critically endangered, female black bearded saki (Chiropotes satanas) at Fundacao Jardim Zoologico de Brasilia.

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An endangered, female great-billed seed finch (Sporophila maximiliani maximiliani) at Fundacao Jardim Zoologico de Brasilia.

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An endangered, female great-billed seed finch (Sporophila maximiliani maximiliani) at Fundacao Jardim Zoologico de Brasilia.

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A juvenile, female, Harris’s hawk (Parabuteo unicinctus unicinctus) at Zoologico de Quito.

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A juvenile, female, Harris’s hawk (Parabuteo unicinctus unicinctus) at Zoologico de Quito.

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A juvenile, female, Harris’s hawk (Parabuteo unicinctus unicinctus) at Zoologico de Quito.

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A pair of sister, six-month-old, Andean white-eared opossums (Didelphis pernigra) at Zoologico de Quito.

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A pair of sister, six-month-old, Andean white-eared opossums (Didelphis pernigra) at Zoologico de Quito.

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A female Venezuelan red howler monkey (Alouatta seniculus juara) at Mantenedor da Fauna Silvestre Cariuá. This animal is named Ella.

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A female Venezuelan red howler monkey (Alouatta seniculus juara) at Mantenedor da Fauna Silvestre Cariuá. This animal is named Ella.

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A female Venezuelan red howler monkey (Alouatta seniculus juara) at Mantenedor da Fauna Silvestre Cariuá. This animal is named Ella.

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A Linne’s two-toed sloth (Choloepus didactylus) at Zoologico de Quito.

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A Linne’s two-toed sloth (Choloepus didactylus) at Zoologico de Quito.

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