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  • For our next trip to Cheyenne River, we're going to rent a very long telephoto lens so we can get even closer on wild-animal images.

    Stephanie Woodard: Photography Book to Offer Innovative Look at Indian Reservation

  • The trail was as narrow as a man's body, and was no more than a wild-animal runway.

    Page 1

  • Law enforcement in Ohio closed in on killing dozens of exotic animals that had escaped from a wild-animal preserve in Muskingum County on Tuesday.

    One Animal Remains on Loose in Ohio

  • ZANESVILLE, Ohio AP -- Officers armed with assault rifles patrolled Zanesville Wednesday morning, a day after police killed dozens of animals that escaped from a wild-animal preserve, and where the owner's body later was found.

    Exotic Animals Escape Muskingum County Animal Farm In Ohio; Owner Found Dead

  • What had caused his terror was the unspeakable ferocity of the face, the wild-animal glare of the blue eyes scarcely dazzled by the light, the pine-needles matted and clinging in the beard and hair, and the whole formidable body crouched and in the act of springing at him.

    When the World Was Young

  • When he turned to depart from the active young men, who, back to consciousness, were observing him with bright, quick, wild-animal eyes, Kwaque followed so close at his heels as to step upon them and make him stumble.

    CHAPTER III

  • The wild-animal management by our kind of the sick of our kind!

    Jack London's Nonfiction Collection of Unpublished Book Forwards

  • Already, in addition to her own wild-animal skins, were those of deer and coyote and one mountain-lion which Daylight had killed.

    Chapter XXV

  • At sight of their other prisoner he chattered in a high querulous falsetto, with puckered brows and troubled, wild-animal eyes.

    Chapter 25

  • So angry was Matapuu, that he strode suddenly over to the fire-tender and kicked him in the ribs, whereupon the old savage emitted an appalling squeal, pig-like in its wild-animal fear, and fell face downward in the ashes and lay quivering in momentary expectation of death.

    Chapter 25

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