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A collection of more than sixty specimens of critically endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered ivory billed woodpecker, Campephilus principalis, at Harvard University.

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A male specimen of a critically endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered ivory billed woodpecker, Campephilus principalis.

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A teenage boy inside Ole’s Big Game Bar and Grill in Paxton, Nebraska.

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Taxidermy on walls of Ole’s Big Game Bar and Grill in Paxton, Nebraska.

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Patrons share space with stuffed animals at Ole’s Big Game Bar and Grill in Paxton, Nebraska.

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Patrons share space with stuffed animals at Ole’s Big Game Bar and Grill in Paxton, Nebraska.

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Taxidermy on walls of Ole’s Big Game Bar and Grill in Paxton, Nebraska.

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Patrons inside Ole’s Big Game Bar and Grill in Paxton, Nebraska.

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Two children inside Ole’s Big Game Bar and Grill in Paxton, Nebraska.

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Fish mounted in a dock-side display in Key West, Florida.

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Fish mounted in a dock-side display in Key West, Florida.

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Taxidermy specimen of an ivory-billed woodpecker at the University of Nebraska State Museum.

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Taxidermy specimen of an ivory-billed woodpecker at the University of Nebraska State Museum.

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Taxidermy specimen of an ivory-billed woodpecker at the University of Nebraska State Museum.

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Taxidermy specimens of an ivory-billed woodpecker at the University of Nebraska State Museum.

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Taxidermy specimen of an ivory-billed woodpecker at the University of Nebraska State Museum.

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Taxidermy specimen of an ivory-billed woodpecker at the University of Nebraska State Museum.

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A Montana man relaxes in the evening with his dog and stuffed grizzly bear.

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Each year, Knight’s Taxidermy in Anchorage, Alaska, processes more than 200 brown bear pelts.

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“A fed bear is a dead bear” is the motto of bear biologists who warn of more bears being killed as people continue to encroach upon bear habitat.

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“A fed bear is a dead bear” is the motto of bear biologists who warn of more bears being killed as people continue to encroach upon bear habitat.

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“A fed bear is a dead bear” is the motto of bear biologists who warn of more bears being killed as people continue to encroach upon bear habitat.

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A Montana man relaxes in the evening with his dog and stuffed grizzly bear.

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Confiscated pelts of ocelots and other endangered wildcats in storage at a US government forensics lab.

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Confiscated pelts of ocelots and other endangered wildcats in storage at a US government forensics lab.

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