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A female magnolia warbler (Setophaga magnolia) at the Wildlife Rehab Center of Minnesota.

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A federally endangered jaguar, Panthera onca, at the Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo.

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A male African lion (Panthera leo) at Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo.

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Black rock scorpion (Urodacus manicatus) at Lilydale High School in Australia.

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Giant centipede (Ethmotigmus rubripes) at Lilydale High School in Australia.

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Red legged millipede (Spirobolida sp.) at Lilydale High School in Australia.

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Chevron cutworm moth (Diarsia intermixta) at Lilydale High School in Australia.

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A male common gum emerald moth (Prasinocyma semicrocea) at Lilydale High School in Australia.

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Loop-line bark moth (Ectropis bispinaria) at Lilydale High School in Australia.

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Cyclone Larry stick insect (Sipyloidea larryi) at Lilydale High School in Australia.

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Eastern brown snake (Pseudonaja textilis) at Lilydale High School in Australia.

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Frilled lizard (Chlamydosaurus kingi) at Lilydale High School, Victoria, Australia.

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Spencer’s monitor (Varanus spenceri) at Lilydale High School in Australia.

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Spencer’s monitor (Varanus spenceri) at Lilydale High School in Australia.

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Rough throated leaf tail gecko (Saltuarius salebrosus) at Lilydale High School in Australia.

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Rough throated leaf tail gecko (Saltuarius salebrosus) at Lilydale High School in Australia.

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An endangered Bell’s turtle (Myuchelys bellii) at Turtles Australia.

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Oblong turtle (Chelodina colliei) at Turtles Australia.

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Oblong turtle (Chelodina colliei) at Turtles Australia.

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Yellow-bellied snapper (Elseya flaviventralis) at Turtles Australia.

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Yellow-bellied snapper (Elseya flaviventralis) at Turtles Australia.

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Irwin’s turtle (Elseya irwini) at Turtles Australia.

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Irwin’s turtle (Elseya irwini) at Turtles Australia.

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Mexican hogfish (Bodianus diplotaenia) photographed at Downtown Aquarium in Denver, Colorado.

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Barrier Reef anemonefish (Amphiprion akindynos) photographed at Downtown Aquarium in Denver, Colorado.

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Spotted goblin (Inimicus sinensis) photographed at Downtown Aquarium in Denver, Colorado.

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Springer damsel (Chrysiptera springeri) photographed at Downtown Aquarium in Denver, Colorado.

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Green chromis (Chromis viridis) photographed at Downtown Aquarium in Denver, Colorado.

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Sohal tang (Acanthurus sohal) photographed at Downtown Aquarium in Denver, Colorado.

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Indo Pacific sergeant major (Abudefduf vaigiensis) photographed at Downtown Aquarium in Denver, Colorado.

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Horseface blenny (Ophioblennius steindachneri) photographed at Downtown Aquarium in Denver, Colorado.

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Horseface blenny (Ophioblennius steindachneri) photographed at Downtown Aquarium in Denver, Colorado.

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Jackknife fish (Equetus lanceolatus) photographed at Downtown Aquarium in Denver, Colorado.

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Two-spot basslet (Pseudanthias bimaculatus) photographed at Downtown Aquarium in Denver, Colorado.

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Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus) photographed at Downtown Aquarium in Denver, Colorado.

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