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Teenage girls show their painted fingernails before heading to their senior prom.

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Teenage girls show their painted fingernails before heading to their senior prom.

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A woman helps set up the lights for the American bison shoot at the Oklahoma City Zoo.

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A dead Kemp’s Ridley sea turtle lies covered in orange paint to signal biologists that it has been dead for awhile, and has been noted.

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Photographer Joel Sartore takes a self portrait as he paints a polar bear’s “off exhibit area” black for a photo shoot.

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Massachusetts House of Representatives in session. It is located in the State House on Beacon Hill in Boston.

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A woman paints a pattern on the kitchen floor of a farmhouse near Dunbar, Nebraska.

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A woman paints a pattern on the kitchen floor of a farmhouse near Dunbar, Nebraska.

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A woman paints a pattern on the kitchen floor of a farmhouse near Dunbar, Nebraska.

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A woman paints a pattern on the kitchen floor of a farmhouse near Dunbar, Nebraska.

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A woman paints a pattern on the kitchen floor of a farmhouse near Dunbar, Nebraska.

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Marked with paint for study, a Salt Creek tiger beetle hunts along Little Salt Creek in Lincoln, NE. This is one of the rarest insects in the world, with 205 adults emerging in 2010.

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Marked with paint for study, a Salt Creek tiger beetle hunts along Little Salt Creek in Lincoln, NE. This is one of the rarest insects in the world, with 205 adults emerging in 2010.

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Marked with paint for study, a Salt Creek tiger beetle hunts along Little Salt Creek in Lincoln, NE. This is one of the rarest insects in the world, with 205 adults emerging in 2010.

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Volunteers at the Lincoln Children’s Museum in Nebraska paint children’s faces.

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A volunteer at the Lincoln Children’s Museum applies face paint to a young girl.

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A volunteer at the Lincoln Children’s Museum applies face paint to a young girl.

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A volunteer at the Lincoln Children’s Museum applies face paint to a young girl.

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A painted mural at Morrill Hall, University of Nebraska’s State Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Joel Sartore, covered in paint, after a day of work restoring his historic home in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Joel Sartore stretches out to reach the tough spots as he restores his late 19th-century historic farm house (Waveland Farm) near Walton, Nebraska.

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