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A young woman looks out from an old International Harvester truck in Bennet, Nebraska.

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A young woman stands on top of an old International Harvester truck on a farm in Bennet, Nebraska.

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A young woman looks out from an old International Harvester truck in Bennet, Nebraska.

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A young woman looks out from an old International Harvester truck in Bennet, Nebraska.

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A young woman stands on top of an old International Harvester truck on a farm in Bennet, Nebraska.

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A woman with a floral tattoo poses with the flowers she purchased from the Farmer’s Market in the historic Haymarket district of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A woman holds flowers at the Farmer’s Market in the historic Haymarket district of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A woman smells flowers at the Farmer’s Market in the historic Haymarket district of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A woman carries flowers at the Farmer’s Market in the historic Haymarket district of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A ring-tailed lemur and her pups (Lemur catta) at the Lincoln Children’s Zoo.

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A ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta) at the Lincoln Children’s Zoo.

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Six-month-old Greek tortoises (the large one is Testudo marginata, and the smaller one is testudo graeca) at Parco Natura in Bussolengo, Italy.

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Baby tortoise at Parco Natura Viva in Bussolengo, Italy.

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Six-month-old Greek tortoises (the large one is Testudo marginata, and the smaller one is testudo graeca) at Parco Natura in Bussolengo, Italy.

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Baby tortoises at Parco Natura Viva in Bussolengo, Italy.

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Six-month-old Greek tortoises (the large one is Testudo marginata, and the smaller one is testudo graeca) at Parco Natura in Bussolengo, Italy.

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Six-month-old Greek tortoises (the large one is Testudo marginata, and the smaller one is testudo graeca) at Parco Natura in Bussolengo, Italy.

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A man stands in front of the capitol building in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A cowboy stands on a country road in the Nebraska Sandhills.

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The critically endangered, Pirre harlequin frog (Atelopus glyphus) at the Panama Amphibian Rescue and Conservation Project. The male is smaller. This is a project designed to establish captive breeding populations of frogs at risk of extinction from the frog-killing Chytrid fungus.

The male is smaller and darker with small yellow spots.

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A woman cares for an injured peregrine falcon at Raptor Recovery Nebraska.

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A woman sings and plays a piano in a field in Nebraska.

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Background made by Wrylie Guffey (shown in photo) for greater mouse-deer, greater Malay chevrotain or napu (Tragulus napu)at the Topeka Zoo

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A federally endangered wild caught silver rice rat (Oryzomys palustris natator) on a US Navy property near Key West, Florida. This was on Saddlebunch Key.

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A federally endangered wild caught silver rice rat (Oryzomys palustris natator) on a US Navy property near Key West, Florida. This was on Saddlebunch Key.

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Releasing a wild caught Lower Keys marsh rabbit, Sylvilagus palustris hefneri, at the Key West Naval Base in Florida. This species likely numbers 300 or less, with none in captivity.

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Releasing a wild caught Lower Keys marsh rabbit, Sylvilagus palustris hefneri, at the Key West Naval Base in Florida. This species likely numbers 300 or less, with none in captivity.

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An ecotourism guide and shows tourists lemurs in the Analmazaotra Forest.

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A full grown Madagascan dwarf chameleon (Brookesia minima) in Madagascar. This species is endangered.

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A full grown Madagascan dwarf chameleon (Brookesia minima) in Madagascar. This species is endangered.

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