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A young woman prepares to shoot a man in bed in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A local resident draws a laugh from her daughter by donning the head of a musk ox (Ovibos moschatus) recently shot by her husband. Sport hunters are allowed to kill approximately 70 of these animals, once extinct in Alaska, per year.

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A sea turtle that was rescued from the deep water horizon oil spill are being rehabilitated at the Audubon Nature Institute in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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A health exam for whooping crane chicks, (Grus americana), at the International Crane Center. Shown are biologists and veterinarians wearing gray ‘sandhill crane’ costumes as they examine chicks, take measurements, and give shots. They all wear gray to mimic the colors of a ‘bad guy’ bird, the sandhill crane. White is worn only when they want to imitate whooper parents in positive situations only.

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A health exam for whooping crane chicks, (Grus americana), at the International Crane Center. Shown are biologists and veterinarians wearing gray ‘sandhill crane’ costumes as they examine chicks, take measurements, and give shots. They all wear gray to mimic the colors of a ‘bad guy’ bird, the sandhill crane. White is worn only when they want to imitate whooper parents in positive situations only.

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Dead pheasants are displayed together after an organized hunt in Broken Bow, Nebraska.

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A dog looks eagerly upon a dead pheasant after an organized hunting event in Broken Bow, Nebraska

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Dead pheasants are displayed together after an organized hunt in Broken Bow, Nebraska.

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Dead pheasants are displayed together after an organized hunt in Broken Bow, Nebraska.

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A young girl waits near a dead deer at a gas station in Broken Bow, Nebraska.

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Dead pheasants are displayed together after an organized hunt in Broken Bow, Nebraska.

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