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Chelsea a calico cat at the Humane Society in Lincoln.

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Cassie the calico cat at the Capital Humane Society in Lincoln.

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A Maltese-papillion mix named Marley at the Capital Humane Society in Lincoln.

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A husky mix named Brecca at the Capital Humane Society in Lincoln.

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A husky mix named Brecca at the Capital Humane Society in Lincoln.

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A husky mix named Brecca at the Capital Humane Society in Lincoln.

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A Maltese-papillion mix named Marley at the Capital Humane Society in Lincoln.

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A Maltese-papillion mix named Marley at the Capital Humane Society in Lincoln.

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Honey, a two-month-old pit bull mix at the Capital Humane Society in Lincoln.

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A husky mix named Brecca at the Capital Humane Society in Lincoln.

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Sally Jo, a Bichon mix at the Capital Humane Society in Lincoln, nibbles on a treat.

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Sally Jo, a Bichon mix at Capital Humane Society in Lincoln.

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Tasha, a terrier mix, at the Capital Humane Society in Lincoln.

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A pointer/Spaniel mix at the Capital Humane Society in Lincoln.

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A husky mix named Brecca at the Capital Humane Society in Lincoln.

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A Boston terrier/poodle mix at the Capital Humane Society in Lincoln.

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Honey, a two-month-old pit bull mix at the Capital Humane Society in Lincoln.

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Sally Jo, a Bichon mix at Capital Humane Society in Lincoln.

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A Maltese-papillion mix named Marley at the Capital Humane Society in Lincoln.

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Unplanned product of a foster-parent program for endangered whooping cranes (Grus americana), a “whoopill” was sired out of a whooper out of a great Sandhill crane (Grus canadensis canadensis). Having failed to produce a single breeding female, biologists have abandoned their efforts to create a viable flock of whooping cranes, whose numbers in the wild have crept from 51 in 1973 to about 165 today. Many think that, rather than struggling to restore a creature so near extinction, efforts should be concentrated on species in the early stages of danger.

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