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President George W. Bush -- Jack Hartzman Photography - Washington, DC area - Call (301) 762-1800 for more information

President George W. Bush -- Jack Hartzman Photography - Washington, DC area - Call for more information

David Rubenstein, The Carlyle Group -- Jack Hartzman Photography - Washington, DC area - Call (301) 762-1800 for more information

David Rubenstein, The Carlyle Group -- Jack Hartzman Photography - Washington, DC area - Call for more information

Michael Buffer -- Jack Hartzman Photography - Washington, DC area - Call (301) 762-1800 for more information

Michael Buffer -- Jack Hartzman Photography - Washington, DC area - Call for more information

Jack Hartzman Photography - Washington, DC area - Call (301) 762-1800 for more information

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A young right whale off the South Carolina coast on Jan 4, 2005. Seismic surveys are on hold while the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service weighs the risks to endangered whales and other marine life.

A young right whale off the South Carolina coast on Jan Seismic surveys are on hold while the U. Fish and Wildlife Service weighs the risks to endangered whales and other marine life.

Borneo orangutan dies with 40 pellets in her body

Borneo orangutan dies with 40 pellets in her body

An orangutan has died after being found on a palm oil plantation in Borneo with 40 air-rifle pellets in her body, an animal protection group said Friday.

Bill Gates -- Jack Hartzman Photography - Washington, DC area - Call (301) 762-1800 for more information

Bill Gates -- Jack Hartzman Photography - Washington, DC area - Call for more information

Tens of thousands of elephants are killed every year for their tusks. The Kenyan government plans to burn more than 100 metric tons of ivory, the most ever to be destroyed. But can burning ivory really help end poaching?

Tens of thousands of elephants are killed every year for their tusks. The Kenyan government plans to burn more than 100 metric tons of ivory, the most ever to be destroyed. But can burning ivory really help end poaching?

Poaching and wildlife crimes have increased 52 per cent in India even though the environment ministry claims otherwise

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Trafficking: Indonesian soldier caught with 8 pangolins in car backseat

We have spent the past few weeks combing Indonesia for an elusive sighting of the world's most trafficked mammal.

The hunt for the pangolin, the world's most trafficked mammal. We have spent the past few weeks combing Indonesia for an elusive sighting of the world& most trafficked mammal.

U.S. Charity Loophole Enabled Trading Of 1,300 Endangered Animals

U.S. Charity Loophole Enabled Trading Of 1,300 Endangered Animals

A colony of African penguins is pictured at the Penguin Reserve at Stony point in Betty's Bay near Kleinmond, southwest of Cape town, South Africa, November REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach

JAIPUR: Jhalana Reserve Forest in Jaipur will spearhead 'Project Leopard', a first of its kind conservation effort in the world to be launched across eight conservation reserves and sanctuaries across Rajasthan.

JAIPUR: Jhalana Reserve Forest in Jaipur will spearhead 'Project Leopard', a first of its kind conservation effort in the world to be launched across eight conservation reserves and sanctuaries across Rajasthan.

President George W. Bush -- Jack Hartzman Photography - Washington, DC area - Call (301) 762-1800 for more information

President George W. Bush -- Jack Hartzman Photography - Washington, DC area - Call for more information

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