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A blue rice coral (Montipora flabellata) at California Science Center in Los Angeles, California. This species is listed as vulnerable by IUCN.

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A cauliflower coral (Pocillopora eydouxi) at California Science Center in Los Angeles, California.

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A cauliflower coral (Pocillopora eydouxi) at California Science Center in Los Angeles, California.

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A yellow Fiji leather coral (Sarcophyton elegans) at California Science Center in Los Angeles, California.

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A yellow Fiji leather coral (Sarcophyton elegans) at California Science Center in Los Angeles, California.

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Soft finger coral or flexible leather coral (Sinularia sp.) at California Science Center in Los Angeles, California.

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Soft finger coral or flexible leather coral (Sinularia sp.) at California Science Center in Los Angeles, California.

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A California desert tortoise (Gopherus agassizii agassizii) named Flower, at California Science Center in Los Angeles, California. This species is listed as vulnerable by IUCN.

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A California desert tortoise (Gopherus agassizii agassizii) named Flower, at California Science Center in Los Angeles, California. This species is listed as vulnerable by IUCN.

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A California desert tortoise (Gopherus agassizii agassizii) named Flower, at California Science Center in Los Angeles, California. This species is listed as vulnerable by IUCN.

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A California desert tortoise (Gopherus agassizii agassizii) named Flower, at California Science Center in Los Angeles, California. This species is listed as vulnerable by IUCN.

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A desert woodrat (Neotoma lepida) at California Science Center in Los Angeles, California.

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A desert woodrat (Neotoma lepida) at California Science Center in Los Angeles, California.

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A desert woodrat (Neotoma lepida) at California Science Center in Los Angeles, California.

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A male Florida grasshopper sparrow (Ammodramus savannarum floridanus) at White Oak Conservation Center, Yulee, Florida. This adult bird was hatched here last year.

This bird is part of a captive breeding program for this critically endangered species, a few of which still live in the vanishing prairies of central Florida. There are nearly 100 adults, nestlings and hatch year birds here now at White Oak. This is likely more than are left in the wild now.

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A Florida grasshopper sparrow (Ammodramus savannarum floridanus) at White Oak Conservation Center, Yulee, Florida. This adult bird was hatched here last year.

This bird is part of a captive breeding program for this critically endangered species, a few of which still live in the vanishing prairies of central Florida. There are nearly 100 adults, nestlings and hatch year birds here now at White Oak. This is likely more than are left in the wild now.

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A Florida grasshopper sparrow (Ammodramus savannarum floridanus) at White Oak Conservation Center, Yulee, Florida. This adult bird was hatched here last year.

This bird is part of a captive breeding program for this critically endangered species, a few of which still live in the vanishing prairies of central Florida. There are nearly 100 adults, nestlings and hatch year birds here now at White Oak. This is likely more than are left in the wild now.

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An Andean silverspot (Dione glycera) at the Museo d’Orbigny Natural History Museum in Cochabamba, Bolivia.

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An Andean silverspot (Dione glycera) at Museo d’Orbigny.

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An Andean silverspot (Dione glycera) at Museo d’Orbigny.

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An unidentified scorpion species at the Museo d’Orbigny Natural History Museum in Cochabamba, Bolivia.

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An unidentified scorpion species at the Museo d’Orbigny Natural History Museum in Cochabamba, Bolivia.

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An unidentified tachnid fly (Tachinidea family) at the Museo d’Orbigny Natural History Museum in Cochabamba, Bolivia.

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An unidentified tachnid fly (Tachinidea family) at the Museo d’Orbigny Natural History Museum in Cochabamba, Bolivia.

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An unidentified milkbug (Pyrrhocoridea family) at the Museo d’Orbigny Natural History Museum in Cochabamba, Bolivia.

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An unidentified cricket species (Grillidea family) at the Museo d’Orbigny Natural History Museum in Cochabamba, Bolivia.

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An unidentified cricket species (Grillidea family) at the Museo d’Orbigny Natural History Museum in Cochabamba, Bolivia.

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An unidentified shield bug (Eurydema sp.) at the Museo d’Orbigny Natural History Museum in Cochabamba, Bolivia.

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An unidentified milkbug belonging to the Pyrrhocoridae family at Museo d’Orbigny.

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An unidentified cricket belonging to the Grillidae family at Museo d’Orbigny.

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An unidentified moth species at the Museo d’Orbigny Natural History Museum in Cochabamba, Bolivia.

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A silver orb weaver (Argiope argentata) at the Museo d’Orbigny Natural History Museum in Cochabamba, Bolivia.

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A silver orb weaver (Argiope argentata) at the Museo d’Orbigny Natural History Museum in Cochabamba, Bolivia.

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An unidentified cellar spider (Pholcidae family) at the Museo d’Orbigny Natural History Museum in Cochabamba, Bolivia.

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A silver orb weaver (Argiope argentata) at Museo d’Orbigny.

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An unidentified ground beetle (Carabidea family) at the Museo d’Orbigny Natural History Museum in Cochabamba, Bolivia.

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