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An oprhaned spider monkey with Rosamaria Ruiz in Bolivia’s Madidi National Park.

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Hedda Rev-Curry, a doctor and small business owner in Boston walks her Dalmatian wearing a faux Dalmatian coat. “A lot of people call me Cruella, but it’s a fake fur coat. I have three of them in different lengths.” (Brookline, Mass.)

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Prairie the sheltie stands snow-dusted and forlorn outside the back door of a historic home in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Hedda Rev-Curry (wearing a faux Dalmatian coat), waits for her Dalmatian to answer the call of nature while on a walk. (Brookline, Mass.)

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Hedda Rev-Curry (wearing a faux Dalmatian coat), waits for her Dalmatian to answer the call of nature while on a walk. (Brookline, Mass.)

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Rancher Mark Ellis with his horse and border collie, seen through the rear window of a car. (Near Salmon, Idaho.)

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Rancher Mark Ellis with his horse and border collie, seen through the rear window of a car. (Near Salmon, Idaho.)

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Rancher Mark Ellis with his horse and border collie. (Near Salmon, Idaho.)

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Red, white, and poodle — even the pets are patriotic in Seward, Nebraska’s 4th of July parade.

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A customer and his dog make a stop at Milford, Nebraska’s covered wagon gas station.

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Hedda Rev-Curry, a doctor and small business owner in Boston walks her Dalmatian wearing a faux Dalmatian coat. “A lot of people call me Cruella, but it’s a fake fur coat. I have three of them in different lengths.” (Brookline, Mass.)

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Hedda Rev-Curry, a doctor and small business owner in Boston walks her Dalmatian wearing a faux Dalmatian coat. “A lot of people call me Cruella, but it’s a fake fur coat. I have three of them in different lengths.” (Brookline, Mass.)

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An albino rabbit, dyed pink for Easter with Kool-Aid, on a farm near Greenleaf, KS.

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An albino rabbit, dyed pink for Easter with Kool-Aid, on a farm near Greenleaf, KS.

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An albino rabbit, dyed pink for Easter with Kool-Aid, on a farm near Greenleaf, KS.

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Tourists pet California gray whales at Laguna San Ignacio near Baja, California.

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