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1116-53670 - Paraplegic man with forearm crutches gets his service dog to retrieve his fallen crutch from the ground in a parking lot, Boynton Beach, Florida, United States of America
1116-53668 - Paraplegic man with forearm crutches and service dog enjoys the ocean view from a boardwalk, with dog standing up against the wooden railing, Boynton Beach, Florida, United States of America
1116-53665 - Paraplegic man in a manual wheelchair at the bottom of steps with his service dog outdoors at a recreation area, both looking at the steps and the problem of inaccessibility, Boynton Beach, Florida, United States of America
1116-53341 - Close-up of a photographer scuba diving and looking at the camera for a self-portrait while submerged in ocean water and kelp floating behind, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
1116-53319 - Close-up portrait of a male willow ptarmigan (Lagopus lagopus) showing early breeding colors in its neck and eye combs, surveying its high-country territory in Southcentral Alaska's Chugach Mountains on an April day. The head and neck will become completely chocolate-brown as the bird's breeding colors develop, Alaska, United States of America
1116-53224 - Outdoor portrait of an older sister spending quality time with her young brother who has Down Syndrome, in a city park during a warm fall afternoon, Leduc, Alberta, Canada
1116-53214 - Outdoor portrait of an older sister spending quality time with her young brother who has Down Syndrome, in a city park during a warm fall afternoon, Leduc, Alberta, Canada
1116-53153 - Close-up of the clasped hands of a mixed race couple, holding hands and spending quality time together during a fall family outing in a city park, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
1116-53152 - Close-up of the clasped hands of a mixed race couple, holding hands and spending quality time together during a fall family outing in a city park, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
1383-19 - A male Sable - Hippotragus niger - it's scimitar shaped horns sweeping upwards and backwards reach a length of 150 cm and can protect him from predators jumping on his back.