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Published on May 7, 2012
USNS Cesar Chavez.
Members of the public wait to attend the ceremony.
The village of Takuu atoll. "There Once Was An Island – Te Henua e Nnoho" explores the environmental crisis facing the Takuu atoll in Papua New Guinea.
Sunset in the Timbavati Game Reserve, which shares a common unfenced border with the Kruger National Park, where the while lions were born.
White lion cub Shinga in South Africa's Kruger Park.
White lion cub Nkani in South Africa's Kruger Park.
White lion cub Nkani (right) with its tawny cousin Shikota.
White lion cub Shinga at 18 months old.
Close-up shot of white lion cub Nkani.
White lion cub Shinga (left) with its tawny cousin Shikota.
White lion cub Shinga (right) with its tawny cousin Shikota drinking water.
White lion cub Nkani with its zebra kill in South Africa's Kruger Park.
A group of colonists take a photo with the American flag on Howland Island, June 18, 1936.
Hawaiian colonists, American citizens, Kamehameha school graduates, Jarvis group 1937 - young Hawaiian men sent to occupy tiny, isolated Pacific islands during the early years of World War II.
"Under A Jarvis Moon" documents the clandestine U.S. mission which sent young Hawaiian men (pictured) to occupy tiny, isolated Pacific islands during the early years of World War II.
Dominic Bogart as Brook in "I Am Not A Hipster."
Marine Sgt. John Patrick “J.P.” Huling
San Diego State University Professor Jean Twenge's new book, "The Impatient Woman's Guide To Getting Pregnant," with the author's third child.
Veteran with PTSD paint as therapy
President Barack Obama and Education Secretary Arne Duncan walk from the Oval Office to the motorcade for the trip to Washington-Lee High School in Arlington, Virginia, May 4, 2012
Capt. Bruce Kevin Clark and family
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