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Three year old Shiba Inu dog, Kimi, sitting on a...

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Caption: Three year old Shiba Inu dog, Kimi, sitting on a stairwell
Scientific name: Canis familiaris
Location: Issaquah, Washington, USA
Copyright: © Janet Horton
Release Available: Yes
Photographer Code: 102316-10-ShibaInu
AGPix ID: AGPix_jhorton_7844
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Comments: Brought to America from Japan as recently as 60 years ago, Shiba Inus are growing in popularity in the West and are already the most popular breed in their homeland. Their white markings combined with their coloring (red, red sesame, or black and tan) and their alert expression and smooth stride makes them almost foxlike.

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Nutria swimming in Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge in Ridgefield, Washington, USA. Nutria once lived only in southern South America, but they have been domesticated as fur animals and transplanted around the world. In many areas, including Canada and more than a dozen U.S. states, fur farm escapees quickly establish large wild populations near their new homes.
© Janet Horton
Columbian white-tailed deer in a light rain in Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge in Ridgefield, Washington, USA.  This endangered species of deer that have been translocated from Puget Island, Washington will have bright yellow ear tags and the adults are often fitted with radio collars that help to study their activity.  However, those young that are born on the Refuge will not have either of these.  The species has a longer and lighter colored tail versus the shorter darker tail of the black-tailed deer.
© Janet Horton