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A coyote (Canis latrans) walking along a barbed wire fence near Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada.

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An ocelot (Leopardus pardalis) photographed with a camera trap in Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge in Texas.

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A bobcat (Lynx rufus) traverses along the Mexican-Texas border. A border wall along the lower Rio Grande in Texas divides nations as well as habitats, hindering daily essential movements of animals in the area. Bobcats would normally cross the border to find mates or catch dinner. The wall also blocks the dailly rounds of ocelots, another member of the cat family. Photograph by Joel Sartore with Mitch Sternberg, Jennifer Lowry, and Naghma Malik, all U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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A road-killed bobcat (Lynx rufus) that has been placed along a highway near the Santa Anna NWR. USFWS biologists are conducting a study to determine how often passers will to pick up and take a dead bobcat, which often is just a few minutes. This may be skewing biologist’s road kill statistics.

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Hedda Rev-Curry, a doctor and small business owner in Boston walks her Dalmatian wearing a faux Dalmatian coat. “A lot of people call me Cruella, but it’s a fake fur coat. I have three of them in different lengths.” (Brookline, Mass.)

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Hedda Rev-Curry (wearing a faux Dalmatian coat), waits for her Dalmatian to answer the call of nature while on a walk. (Brookline, Mass.)

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Hedda Rev-Curry (wearing a faux Dalmatian coat), waits for her Dalmatian to answer the call of nature while on a walk. (Brookline, Mass.)

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Hedda Rev-Curry, a doctor and small business owner in Boston walks her Dalmatian wearing a faux Dalmatian coat. “A lot of people call me Cruella, but it’s a fake fur coat. I have three of them in different lengths.” (Brookline, Mass.)

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Hedda Rev-Curry, a doctor and small business owner in Boston walks her Dalmatian wearing a faux Dalmatian coat. “A lot of people call me Cruella, but it’s a fake fur coat. I have three of them in different lengths.” (Brookline, Mass.)

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Hedda Rev-Curry, a doctor and small business owner in Boston walks her Dalmatian wearing a faux Dalmatian coat. “A lot of people call me Cruella, but it’s a fake fur coat. I have three of them in different lengths.” (Brookline, Mass.)

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