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Images Dated 2004

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Dog - German Shepherd - three puppies Featured 2004 Print

Dog - German Shepherd - three puppies

LA-3892
Dog - German Shepherd - three puppies
Jean Michel Labat
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Alsatian, Alsatians, Babies, Baby, Best Friends, Breeds, Captionable, Cute, Dog, Domestic, Expressions, Friend, Friends, Friendship, German Shepherd, German Shepherds, Herd Breeds, Lying, M Ammals, Mammal, Out Side, Pet, Pets, Puppies, Puppy, Young

Rhesus MACAQUE MONKEY - Close-up of head Featured 2004 Print

Rhesus MACAQUE MONKEY - Close-up of head

DH-3516
Rhesus MACAQUE MONKEY - Close-up of head
Nilgiri Hills, part of the Western Ghats. Southwest India, Asia
Macaca mulatta
Found from Afghanistan through India to northern Thailand. Their name was given to the hereditary blood antigen Rh-factor also found in humans. They are often used in research eg biological, medical and psychological. They are omnivorous and may cause damage to crops. Hindus for whom animals are sacred do little to prevent damage.
Don Hadden
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White-tailed Deer - doe and fawn, white color phase, rare color phase resulting from double recessive white genes which occurs rarely naturally Featured 2004 Print

White-tailed Deer - doe and fawn, white color phase, rare color phase resulting from double recessive white genes which occurs rarely naturally

CAN-3073
White-tailed Deer - doe and fawn, white color phase, rare color phase resulting from double recessive white genes which occurs rarely naturally
New York, USA
Odocoileus virginianus
These white individuals occur in unusually high proportion on a former military base in New York state - Their numbers on this reserve increased due to artificial selection brought about by hunting normal color phase individuals and protecting white color morphs. Not a true albino.
John Cancalosi
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