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Tourist swims with dolphins in Florida’s middle Keys.

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Tourists swim with dolphins in Florida’s middle Keys.

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A man plays with his young children at the public pool in Greenleaf, KS.

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A man plays with his young children at the public pool in Greenleaf, KS.

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Handstands at Lake McConaughy (a reservoir on the Platte River) near Ogallala, Nebraska.

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Steelhead trout smolt in a high stream along the Salmon River Mountains of Idaho.

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A grizzly bear goes for a swim in Brooks Falls, Alaska.

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Thousands of bull walrus crowd the beach at Togiak NWR in Alaska.

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Thousands of bull walrus crowd the beach at Togiak NWR in Alaska.

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Thousands of bull walrus crowd the beach at Togiak NWR in Alaska each year.

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Thousands of bull walrus crowd the beach at Togiak NWR in Alaska.

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Thousands of bull walrus crowd the beach at Togiak NWR in Alaska.

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Thousands of bull walrus crowd the beach at Togiak NWR in Alaska.

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Thousands of bull walrus crowd the beach at Togiak NWR in Alaska.

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Thousands of bull walrus congregate each year at Togiak NWRin Alaska. The walrus shown here died on the beach.

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Thousands of bull walrus congregate each year at Togiak NWR in Alaska. The walrus shown here died on the beach; the red fox just finished inspecting the scene.

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Male walrus gather by the thousands to sun themselves on the beach at Togiak National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska.

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Thousands of bull walrus congregate each year at Togiak NWR in Alaska. The walrus on the right died upright — and another walrus continued to give it a nasal greeting, unaware that anything was wrong.

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