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A ravine trapdoor spider (Cyclocosmia truncata) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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A ravine trapdoor spider (Cyclocosmia truncata) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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An Auburn trap door spider (Myrmekiaphila tigris) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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An Auburn trap door spider (Myrmekiaphila tigris) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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An ancialine shrimp (anchialine rubra) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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An akialine shrimp (Halocaradina rubra) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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A Longjaw minnow (Ericymba amplamala) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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A Longjaw minnow (Ericymba amplamala) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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A Longjaw minnow (Ericymba amplamala) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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A florida false coral (Ricordea florida) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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A florida false coral (Ricordea florida) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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An orangefin shiner (Notropis ammophilus) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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An orangefin shiner (Notropis ammophilus) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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A skygazer shiner (Notropis uranoscopus) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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A skygazer shiner (Notropis uranoscopus) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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A Naked sand darter (Ammocrypta beanii) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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A Naked sand darter (Ammocrypta beanii) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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An Eastern slender glass lizard (Ophisaurus attenuatus longicaudus) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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An Eastern slender glass lizard (Ophisaurus attenuatus longicaudus) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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An Eastern slender glass lizard (Ophisaurus attenuatus longicaudus) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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An Eastern slender glass lizard (Ophisaurus attenuatus longicaudus) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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An Intermediate musk turtle (Sternotherus intermedius) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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An Intermediate musk turtle (Sternotherus intermedius) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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An upland chorus frog (Pseudacris feriarum) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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An upland chorus frog (Pseudacris feriarum) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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A ornate chorus frog (Pseudacris ornata) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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A ornate chorus frog (Pseudacris ornata) at the Auburn University Natural History Museum.

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A female (yellow in color) Golden Asian mantis (Hierodula sp.) at the Bugarium at the Albuquerque BioPark.

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Cliff chipmunk (Tamias dorsalis) at Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center in Scottsdale, AZ.

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Pemba flying fox (Pteropus voeltzkowi) at the Phoenix Zoo. This animal, a female named ‘Sweetheart’, is likely the last of her kind in captivity.

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A federally endangered captive gray wolf, Canis lupus, licks his nose.

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An Erkel’s francolin (Pternistis or Francolinus erckelii) at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, Omaha, Nebraska.

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A blue crowned motmot (Momotus momota) at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, Omaha, Nebraska.

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An Erkel’s francolin (Pternistis or Francolinus erckelii) at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, Omaha, Nebraska.

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A white-crested laughing thrush (Garrulax leucolophus) at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, Omaha, Nebraska.

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