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The fourth oldest home in Lincoln Nebraska begins to be restored.

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The snake pit at the 45th annual Mangum Rattlesnake Derby in Mangum, Oklahoma. This rattlesnake festival takes in between 1,500 and 2,000 pounds of western diamondback rattlesnakes (Crotalus atrox) each year. Some 30,000 people come here on the last weekend of April to see such things as a photo booth in which people can pose with a live rattler that’s been defanged and had its mouth stitched shut, a safari bus tour in which folks can pick up a live rattlesnake, a cafe serving rattlesnake meat, and a butcher shop.

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The snake pit at the 45th annual Mangum Rattlesnake Derby in Mangum, Oklahoma. This rattlesnake festival takes in between 1,500 and 2,000 pounds of western diamondback rattlesnakes (Crotalus atrox) each year. Some 30,000 people come here on the last weekend of April to see such things as a photo booth in which people can pose with a live rattler that’s been defanged and had its mouth stitched shut, a safari bus tour in which folks can pick up a live rattlesnake, a cafe serving rattlesnake meat, and a butcher shop.

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A farmer’s son lies down in a pile or recently-harvested corn kernals on a farm in Nebraska.

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A farmer’s son lies down in a pile or recently-harvested corn kernals on a farm in Nebraska.

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A farmer’s son lies down in a pile or recently-harvested corn kernals on a farm in Nebraska.

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Ellen Sartore laughs on a bed of mulch and pine cones in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Larry Seaman walks atop a two-story high pile of milo to inspect it in Hubbell, Nebraska. The pile is estimated to contain 50,000 bushels of grain.

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Larry Seaman walks atop a two-story high pile of milo to inspect it in Hubbell, Nebraska. The pile is estimated to contain 50,000 bushels of grain.

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Larry Seaman walks atop a two-story high pile of milo to inspect it in Hubbell, Nebraska. The pile is estimated to contain 50,000 bushels of grain.

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Mountains of sawdust outside a sawmill in Paragominas, Brazil in the Brazilian Amazon.

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Mountains of sawdust outside a sawmill in Paragominas, Brazil along the Brazilian Amazon.

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The lumber mills in Paragominas, Brazil (on the Amazon River) are surrounded by mountains of sawdust from the old growth timber they process.

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