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A bison (Bison bison) standing on the prairie at Maxwell State Game Preserve in Canton, Kansas.

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Egyptian fruit bats at a huge bat cave near Jacana Lodge in the Maramagambo Forest. The bats here have tested positive for the Marburg virus, a deadly hemorrhagic fever.

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An injured black flying fox delicately “tastes” Joel’s thumb at the Australia Bat Clinic in Advancetown, Queensland. Huge bats such as these are smart, social and play extremely critical roles in the environment, both as pollinators of crops and as seed dispersers.

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Joel Sartore’s photo of a bat is featured on the cover of the January-February 2011 issue of NEBRASKAland magazine.

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Men work at tables to burn the hide off of various bushmeat animals in the main market in Malabo. A big male drill was brought in, proof that primates are still being hunted on the island, despite the presidential ban on primate hunting.

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Men work at tables to burn the hide off of various bushmeat animals in the main market in Malabo. A big male drill was brought in, proof that primates are still being hunted on the island, despite the presidential ban on primate hunting.

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Men work at tables to burn the hide off of various bushmeat animals in the main market in Malabo. A big male drill was brought in, proof that primates are still being hunted on the island, despite the presidential ban on primate hunting.

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Men work at tables to burn the hide off of various bushmeat animals in the main market in Malabo. A big male drill was brought in, proof that primates are still being hunted on the island, despite the presidential ban on primate hunting.

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Men work at tables to burn the hide off of various bushmeat animals in the main market in Malabo.

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On the road to Moka, where some snails and squirrels are sold in roadside stands.

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Men work at tables to burn the hide off of various bushmeat animals in the main market in Malabo. A big male drill was brought in, proof that primates are still being hunted on the island, despite the presidential ban on primate hunting.

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Men work at tables to burn the hide off of various bushmeat animals in the main market in Malabo. A big male drill was brought in, proof that primates are still being hunted on the island, despite the presidential ban on primate hunting.

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Men work at tables to burn the hide off of various bushmeat animals in the main market in Malabo. A big male drill was brought in, proof that primates are still being hunted on the island, despite the presidential ban on primate hunting.

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Men work at tables to burn the hide off of various bushmeat animals in the main market in Malabo. A big male drill was brought in, proof that primates are still being hunted on the island, despite the presidential ban on primate hunting.

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Men work at tables to burn the hide off of various bushmeat animals in the main market in Malabo. A big male drill was brought in, proof that primates are still being hunted on the island, despite the presidential ban on primate hunting.

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Grazing cattle at the Charles M. Russell NWR in Montana.

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Two black-tailed prairie dogs (Cynomys ludovicianus ludovicianus) at the Denver Zoo.

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