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Canada goose hunters at Upper Souris NWR, ND, using giant decoys to attract game.

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Canada goose hunters at Upper Souris NWR, ND, using giant decoys to attract game.

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Canada goose hunters at Upper Souris NWR, ND, using giant decoys to attract game.

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Canada goose hunters at Upper Souris NWR, ND, using giant decoys to attract game.

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Canada goose hunters at Upper Souris NWR, ND, using giant decoys to attract game.

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The “Coop” de Ville at Wayne, Nebraska’s Chicken Days festival.

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A painted mural at Morrill Hall, University of Nebraska’s State Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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‘Archie,’ the world’s largest mammoth skeleton. On display at Morrill Hall, University of Nebraska’s State Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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‘Archie,’ the world’s largest mammoth skeleton. On display at Morrill Hall, University of Nebraska’s State Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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‘Archie,’ the world’s largest mammoth skeleton. On display at Morrill Hall, University of Nebraska’s State Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A giant anteater in Brazil’s Pantanal region. The animal was orphaned as an infant and hand raised by ranch hands. For a while after its release, it returned for its regular feedings but it eventually ventured out on its own.

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A giant anteater is bottle-fed on a ranch in Brazil’s Pantanal region. The animal was orphaned as an infant and hand raised by ranch hands. For a while after its release, it returned for its regular feedings but it eventually ventured out on its own.

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A giant anteater is bottle-fed on a ranch in Brazil’s Pantanal region. The animal was orphaned as an infant and hand raised by ranch hands. For a while after its release, it returned for its regular feedings but it eventually ventured out on its own.

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A giant anteater is bottle-fed on a ranch in Brazil’s Pantanal region. The animal was orphaned as an infant and hand raised by ranch hands. For a while after its release, it returned for its regular feedings but it eventually ventured out on its own.

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An endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered giant otter (Pteronura brasiliensis) consumes fish in Brazil’s Pantanal region.

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