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Hare. Stare.

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pack o' wolves

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tiger

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ORIGINAL Ocean Art Sea Turtle Marine WildlIfe Aquatic Sea Life

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Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico

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British Wildlife Photography Awards

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Africa! and its wildlife

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zebra

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British Wildlife Photography Awards

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British Wildlife Photography 2011

The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2011 - Telegraph

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Charles Frace wildlife art.

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life

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Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2009

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British Wildlife Photography Awards

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Elephant by Nick Brandt

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Thomas P Peschak / Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2010 ..

Galleries - Australian Geographic

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leopard in black and white

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newborn baby gorilla and mother at Dublin Zoo in Ireland

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A fallow deer seems to pose for the camera in Surrey, England, in the picture that won the "Portraits" category for the 2011 British Wildlife Photography Awards.

Best Wildlife Pictures: British Nature Awards 2011

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A polar bear shakes his body to remove water at the St-Felicien Wildlife Zoo in St-Felicien, Quebec on March 6, 2008. (REUTERS/Mathieu Belanger)

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Taken off the list! According to the National Wildlife Federation, the Endangered Species Act, signed into law in 1973, helped save the bald eagle by initiating captive-breeding programs and habitat protection. The species, which had been down to 417 nesting pairs in the continental U.S., now numbers 6,500 pairs here and may be taken off the list.

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Elephants

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leopard

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Zebra ( abstract )

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