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A family dog, Muldoon, with a plastic collar around his neck after being neutered.

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A Mexican red legged tarantula (Brachypelma emilia) at the Safari Land Pet Store.

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A gerbil (Meriones unguiculatus) at the Safari Land Pet Store.

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A gerbil (Meriones unguiculatus) at the Safari Land Pet Store.

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A gerbil (Meriones unguiculatus) at the Safari Land Pet Store.

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A ‘hairless dumbo’ domestic rat (Rattus norvegicus) at the Safari Land Pet Store.

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A vulnerable Java finch (Padda (Lonchura) oryzivora) at the Safari Land Pet Store.

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Fiddler crab (Uca pugnax) at the Safari Land Pet Store.

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A soapdish crab (Clariosoma camifax) at the Safari Land Pet Store.

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A soapdish crab (Clariosoma camifax) at the Safari Land Pet Store.

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A soapdish crab (Clariosoma camifax) at the Safari Land Pet Store.

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Hermit crab (Coenobita brevimanus) at the Safari Land Pet Store.

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A Morrocan thicktail scorpion (Androctonus mauritanicus) at the Safari Land Pet Store.

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A Morrocan thicktail scorpion (Androctonus mauritanicus) at the Safari Land Pet Store.

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A Morrocan thicktail scorpion (Androctonus mauritanicus) at the Safari Land Pet Store.

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A Mexican flameknee tarantula (Brachypelma auratum) at the Safari Land Pet Store.

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A Mexican flameknee tarantula (Brachypelma auratum) at the Safari Land Pet Store.

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A Brazilian white-banded tarantula (Nhandu colloratovillosus) at the Safari Land Pet Store.

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A Brazilian white-banded tarantula (Nhandu colloratovillosus) at the Safari Land Pet Store.

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David Mech, one of North America’s foremost wolf experts, with one of the residents of Ely, Minnesota’s International Wolf Center.

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David Mech, one of North America’s foremost wolf experts, with one of the residents of Ely, Minnesota’s International Wolf Center.

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David Mech, one of North America’s foremost wolf experts, with one of the residents of Ely, Minnesota’s International Wolf Center.

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David Mech, one of North America’s foremost wolf experts, with one of the residents of Ely, Minnesota’s International Wolf Center.

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David Mech, one of North America’s foremost wolf experts, with one of the residents of Ely, Minnesota’s International Wolf Center.

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David Mech, one of North America’s foremost wolf experts, with one of the residents of Ely, Minnesota’s International Wolf Center.

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A client of Mission Wolf, a non-profit that adopts wolf-dog hybrids when they become too much for their owners to handle, during a presentation to school children in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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David Mech, one of North America’s foremost wolf experts, with one of the residents of Ely, Minnesota’s International Wolf Center.

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A client of Mission Wolf, a non-profit that adopts wolf-dog hybrids when they become too much for their owners to handle, during a presentation to school children in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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A client of Mission Wolf, a non-profit that adopts wolf-dog hybrids when they become too much for their owners to handle, helps out during a presentation to school children in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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A client of Mission Wolf, a non-profit that adopts wolf-dog hybrids when they become too much for their owners to handle, during a presentation to school children in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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A client of Mission Wolf, a non-profit that adopts wolf-dog hybrids when they become to much for their owners to handle, helps out during a presentation to school children in SaltLake City, Utah.

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A client of Mission Wolf, a non-profit that adopts wolf-dog hybrids when they become to much for their owners to handle, helps out during a presentation to school children in SaltLake City, Utah.

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Two clients of Mission Wolf, a non-profit that adopts wolf-dog hybrids when they become to much for their owners to handle, go for a walk near Salt Lake City, Utah.

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Shannon Prendergast of Bozeman, MT with his wolf-dog, Nuska. She is 68% wolf, 32% Malamute.

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Shannon Prendergast of Bozeman, MT with his wolf-dog, Nuska. She is 68% wolf, 32% Malamute.

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