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"The Collosal" by Warmwind. The American Bison or Buffalo's temperament is unpredictable. At the time bison ran wild, they were considered more dangerous than the grizzly bear. After the great slaughter of American Bison during the 1800s, the bison remaining alive in North America declined to as low as 541. A handful of ranchers gathered remnants of the existing herds to save the species from extinction.

"...we met a herd of immensely shaggy, long-horned highland cattle, looking very much like prehistoric creatures recently risen from some weed-grown swamp. They did not much like the looks of us, either...." "The Moor" by Laurie R. King. Highland Cow. Photo by Dave Ovenden.

Photographer and sculptor Simen Johan employs taxidermy and live animals in meticulously superimposed images, blurring the lines between reality, dream, and nightmare. - Found on simenjohan.com

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Making it clear who has right of way. "Bison in Yellowstone National Park by Victoria Davies"

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An entry from Chimney Smoke

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Cheeky monkey! Macaque borrows photographer's camera to take hilarious self-portraits

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FYI. You cannot "cow tip" a byson. Like cow tipping cows. My husband learned the hard was in Utah. We thought it was funny from inside the car. They are BIG and gang up on you. Our Granddaughter was cheering " go Papa go" lol. Sorry, laughing to hard for video never mind photo.

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A Prehensile-tailed Porcupine Coendou Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Joel Sartore

☆ A prehensile-tailed Porcupine ~ so cute ! ! ! ☆ ☆ Un porc-épic à queue préhensile ~ si beau! ! ! ☆ By / Par taliscope.com

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Conserving Africa's Wildlife Through Photography

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