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Teenagers getting their pictures taken before heading to their senior prom.

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A tourist photographs the scenary around him while snorkeling in the Galapagos.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear, but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear, but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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A researcher from the Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network photographs dead bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) washed up from the Gulf of Mexico in a research effort to determine what killed the animals.

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Joel Sartore’s turtle/tortoise photographs on display at Zoo Atlanta.

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Joel Sartore’s turtle/tortoise photographs on display at Zoo Atlanta.

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A man photographs wildflowers atop Mount Reed on Adak Island in Alaska.

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Joel Sartore, on assignment for National Geographic Magazine doing a story on the Endangered Species Act.

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Joel Sartore, on assignment for National Geographic Magazine doing a story on the Endangered Species Act.

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Joel Sartore photographs the threatened lesser prairie chicken in Laverne, Oklahoma.

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Joel Sartore photographs the threatened lesser prairie chicken in Laverne, Oklahoma.

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Tourists photograph a snake (unkown species) in Brazil’s Pantanal region.

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Tourists photograph spectacled caiman at Caiman Ranch in Brazil’s Pantanal region.

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Faynell Meese holds up a photo of a dust storm rolling into Darrouzet, Texas.

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A man photographs a critically endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered pallid sturgeon (Scaphirhynchus albus) at the Gavin’s Point National Fish Hatchery in Yankton, SD.

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A hiker photographs the view of Mount McKinley in Alaska’s Denali National Park.

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A hiker photographs the view of Mount McKinley in Alaska’s Denali National Park.

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A hiker photographs the view of Mount McKinley in Alaska’s Denali National Park.

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Tourists photograph Miami’s South Beach art deco district.

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