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An Antilles pinktoe tarantula (Caribena versicolor) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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A burgungy goliath birdeater tarantula (Theraphosa stirmi) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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Peruvian fire stick (Oreophoetes peruana) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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A male and female Southern two-striped walkingstick (Anisomorpha buprestoides) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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An endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered lowland anoa (Bubalus depressicornis) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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A white-lined leaf frog (Phyllomedusa vaillantii) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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A speckled forest pitviper (Bothrops taeniata) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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An African bush viper (Atheris squamigera) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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A red-spotted pitviper (Protobothrops jerdonii xanthomelas) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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A two-striped forest-pitviper (Bothrops bilineata) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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Reisinger’s tree monitor (Varanus reisingeri) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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Dabb spiny-tailed lizard (Uromastyx acanthinura) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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A vulnerable red-tailed knobby newt (Tylototriton kweichowensis) from the Fort Worth Zoo.

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Giant palm salamander (Bolitoglossa dofleini) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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A Texas coral snake (Micrurus tener tener) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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Three ring-tailed cats (Bassariscus astutus flavus) at the Fort Worth Zoo. Ring-tailed cats are mammals of the raccoon family from North America.

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A critically endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered Anegada ground iguana (cyclura pinguis) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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A vulnerable, federally endangered lesser long-nosed bat (Leptonycteris yerbabuenae) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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A red-bellied side-necked turtle (Emydura subglobosa ) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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New Guinea snapping turtle (Elseya novaeguineae) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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White-nosed coati (Nasua narica) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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Gray-banded kingsnake (Lampropeltis alterna) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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Wagler’s temple viper (Trimeresurus wagleri) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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Gray-banded kingsnake (Lampropeltis alterna) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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Silkie showgirl chickens at the Fort Worth Zoo. These are domestic animals, used for education here.

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Silkie showgirl chickens at the Fort Worth Zoo. These are domestic animals, used for education here.

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Silkie showgirl chickens at the Fort Worth Zoo. These are domestic animals, used for education here.

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A vulnerable hyacinth macaw (Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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A red-bellied side-necked turtle (Emydura subglobosa ) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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White-nosed coati (Nasua narica) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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A serval (Leptailurus serval) named ‘Kenya’ at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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A serval (Leptailurus serval) named ‘Kenya’ at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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A serval (Leptailurus serval) named ‘Kenya’ at the Fort Worth Zoo. This species is also known as ‘the giraffe cat’ because of its unusually long neck.

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Coaxing a serval (Leptailurus serval) out of her crate at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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A serval (Leptailurus serval) named ‘Kenya’ at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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A serval (Leptailurus serval) named ‘Kenya’ at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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