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Wild nightcrawlers (Lumbricus terrestris) caught in Lincoln, Nebraska. These are considered an invasive species in the United States.

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Wild nightcrawlers (Lumbricus terrestris) caught in Lincoln, Nebraska. These are considered an invasive species in the United States.

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Wild nightcrawlers (Lumbricus terrestris) caught in Lincoln, Nebraska. These are considered an invasive species in the United States.

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A critically endangered brown spider monkey, Ateles hybridus, at Parque Jaime Duque in Colombia.

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A critically endangered brown spider monkey, Ateles hybridus, at Parque Jaime Duque in Colombia.

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A critically endangered brown spider monkey, Ateles hybridus, at Parque Jaime Duque in Colombia.

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A critically endangered brown spider monkey, Ateles hybridus, at Parque Jaime Duque in Colombia.

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A giant crab spider (Heteropoda venatoria) from the wild at Park Assango.

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A critically endangered Diademed sifaka (Propithecus diadema) at Lemuria Land in Madagascar. This is a tourist attraction that features lemurs living on small islands that interact with visitors.

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A critically endangered Diademed sifaka (Propithecus diadema) at Lemuria Land in Madagascar. This is a tourist attraction that features lemurs living on small islands that interact with visitors.

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A woman searching for rowi kiwi nests in a forest on Lake Mapourika near Franz Josef Glacier, New Zealand. The rowi kiwi is the rarest of all the kiwi species with fewer than 400 animals remaining. Once found, eggs are brought in from nests in the wild, increasing the chance of chick survival from 5 percent in the wild to 75 percent if the chick is raised in captivity and then released.

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A woman searching for rowi kiwi nests in a forest on Lake Mapourika near Franz Josef Glacier, New Zealand. The rowi kiwi is the rarest of all the kiwi species with fewer than 400 animals remaining. Once found, eggs are brought in from nests in the wild, increasing the chance of chick survival from 5 percent in the wild to 75 percent if the chick is raised in captivity and then released.

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A woman searching for rowi kiwi nests in a forest on Lake Mapourika near Franz Josef Glacier, New Zealand. The rowi kiwi is the rarest of all the kiwi species with fewer than 400 animals remaining. Once found, eggs are brought in from nests in the wild, increasing the chance of chick survival from 5 percent in the wild to 75 percent if the chick is raised in captivity and then released.

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A woman searching for rowi kiwi nests in a forest on Lake Mapourika near Franz Josef Glacier, New Zealand. The rowi kiwi is the rarest of all the kiwi species with fewer than 400 animals remaining. Once found, eggs are brought in from nests in the wild, increasing the chance of chick survival from 5 percent in the wild to 75 percent if the chick is raised in captivity and then released.

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A woman searching for rowi kiwi nests in a forest on Lake Mapourika near Franz Josef Glacier, New Zealand. The rowi kiwi is the rarest of all the kiwi species with fewer than 400 animals remaining. Once found, eggs are brought in from nests in the wild, increasing the chance of chick survival from 5 percent in the wild to 75 percent if the chick is raised in captivity and then released.

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A woman searching for rowi kiwi nests in a forest on Lake Mapourika near Franz Josef Glacier, New Zealand. The rowi kiwi is the rarest of all the kiwi species with fewer than 400 animals remaining. Once found, eggs are brought in from nests in the wild, increasing the chance of chick survival from 5 percent in the wild to 75 percent if the chick is raised in captivity and then released.

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A man and woman out searching for rowi kiwi nests in a forest on Lake Mapourika near Franz Josef Glacier, New Zealand. The rowi kiwi is the rarest of all the kiwi species with fewer than 400 animals remaining. Once found, eggs are brought in from nests in the wild, increasing the chance of chick survival from 5 percent in the wild to 75 percent if the chick is raised in captivity and then released.

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A male sage grouse splays tail feathers to attract a mate.

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Tungara frog (Engystomops pustulosus) from the wild in Gamboa, Panama.

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Tungara frog (Engystomops pustulosus) from the wild in Gamboa, Panama.

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A white-naped jacobin hummingbird (Florisuga mellivora) from the wild in Gamboa, Panama.

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White-naped jacobin hummingbirds (Florisuga mellivora) from the wild in Gamboa, Panama.

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A white-naped jacobin hummingbird (Florisuga mellivora) from the wild in Gamboa, Panama.

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A white-naped jacobin hummingbird (Florisuga mellivora) from the wild in Gamboa, Panama.

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A male katydid (Chloroscirtus discocercus), which was caught in the wild in Gamboa, Panama.

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A male katydid (Chloroscirtus discocercus), which was caught in the wild in Gamboa, Panama.

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A federally endangered Cape Sable seaside sparrow, Ammodramus maritimus mirabilis, is released back into the wild. This bird is down to about 2,000 individuals and declining, with nearly all found within Everglades National Park in south Florida.

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A federally endangered Cape Sable seaside sparrow, Ammodramus maritimus mirabilis. This bird is down to about 2,000 individuals and declining, with nearly all found within Everglades National Park in south Florida.

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A federally endangered Cape Sable seaside sparrow, Ammodramus maritimus mirabilis. This bird is down to about 2,000 individuals and declining, with nearly all found within Everglades National Park in south Florida.

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A federally endangered Cape Sable seaside sparrow, Ammodramus maritimus mirabilis. This bird is down to about 2,000 individuals and declining, with nearly all found within Everglades National Park in south Florida.

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A banding crew researches the federally endangered Cape Sable seaside sparrow, Ammodramus maritimus mirabilis, before releasing it back into the wild. This bird is down to about 2,000 individuals and declining, with nearly all found within Everglades National Park in south Florida.

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A banding crew researches the federally endangered Cape Sable seaside sparrow, Ammodramus maritimus mirabilis, before releasing it back into the wild. This bird is down to about 2,000 individuals and declining, with nearly all found within Everglades National Park in south Florida.

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A banding crew researches the federally endangered Cape Sable seaside sparrow, Ammodramus maritimus mirabilis, before releasing it back into the wild. This bird is down to about 2,000 individuals and declining, with nearly all found within Everglades National Park in south Florida.

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