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Turkey Point Lighthouse, Elk Neck State Park in Maryland
Pelican diving near a caye in Belize
Nice Day to Sun-bathe!
Abstract American Camp Fire
Sunset in Key West
Sunset in Key West
Standing Guard in Tiananmen Square
Squirrel eating
Upside down butterfly
During a visit to South Africa, we discovered that cheetahs liked ice cream.
Elephant eating in South Africa
Gorillas often yawn to show their large teeth as a warning sign and sign of dominance to other gorillas.
The majestic reflection of autumn foliage in the pond at Weir Farm in Connecticut.
Turkey looking for good hiding spot just weeks before Thanksgiving.
This rare Lynx explodes out of the water trying to gain ground on the escaping duck.
This rare silhouetted Lynx lashes out of the darkness with his huge paw trying capture its prey.
Florida Keys from 25,000 ft
Soccer in Virginia
Setting sun in the forest - Woodstock VT
Looking over the edge
Toddler Determination
Seeking the Light
Wild Grass in the Light
6th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Gorillas often yawn to show their large teeth as a warning sign and sign of dominance to other gorillas.

Gorillas often yawn to show their large teeth as a warning sign and sign of dominance to other gorillas.

TAGS: Africa, Animal, Exotic, Gorilla, Nebraska, Teeth, United States, Yawn

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Date Taken: 07.2007
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