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Red-bellied piranhas surround guests crawling through an underwater tunnel at the Houston Zoo.

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Red-bellied piranhas surround guests crawling through an underwater tunnel at the Houston Zoo.

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The interior of the fourth oldest home in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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The interior of the fourth oldest home in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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The interior of the fourth oldest home in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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The fourth oldest home in Lincoln Nebraska begins to be restored.

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The interior of the fourth oldest home in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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The basement of the fourth oldest home in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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An elderly man walks through the fourth oldest home in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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An elderly man walks through the fourth oldest home in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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An entomologist looks over the Dakota skipper (Hesperia dacotae) captive breeding area at the Minnesota Zoo. This butterfly species is in steep decline due to the lack of its natural prairie habitat.

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A zookeeper with a Santa Cruz gopher snake (Pituophis catenifer pumilis) at the Santa Barbara Zoo.

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Joel Sartore photographs a vulnerable Southeast Asiatic softshell turtle (Amyda cartilaginea) at the Cuc Phuong Turtle Conservation Center in Vietnam.

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Dog tick or wood tick, Dermacentor variabilis, at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Mud dog whelk, Nassarius obsoletus, at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Mud dog whelks, Nassarius obsoletus, at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Mud dog whelks, Nassarius obsoletus, at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Mud dog whelks, Nassarius obsoletus, at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Green crab, Carcinus maenas, at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Green crab, Carcinus maenas, at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Common spider crab, also known portly spider crab or nine-spined spider crab (Libinia emarginata), with red beard sponge that it has attached to its shell at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Long-clawed hermit crab, Pagurus longicarpus, at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Common spider crab, also known portly spider crab or nine-spined spider crab (Libinia emarginata), with red beard sponge that it has attached to its shell at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Common spider crab, also known portly spider crab or nine-spined spider crab (Libinia emarginata) at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Common spider crab, also known portly spider crab or nine-spined spider crab (Libinia emarginata) at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Common spider crab, also known portly spider crab or nine-spined spider crab (Libinia emarginata) at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Common spider crab, also known portly spider crab or nine-spined spider crab (Libinia emarginata) at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Green crab, Carcinus maenas, at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Green crab, Carcinus maenas, at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Long-clawed hermit crab, Pagurus longicarpus, with bushy bryozoans attached to its shell. Bryozoans are tiny colonial animals that feed by filtering plankton from seawater.

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A pigeon, Columbidae sp., at the home of bird rescuer in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A pigeon, Columbidae sp., at the home of bird rescuer in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A pigeon, Columbidae sp., at the home of bird rescuer in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A pigeon, Columbidae sp., at the home of bird rescuer in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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