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Most pics and words used on this website are attributed where used, with the following exceptions:
- Background photo of Mount Everest by Edwin Tucker
- Surreal photos of Scott by Dan Zaitz.
- Keel-billed toucan. © December 2006. Donar Reiskoffer.
- Dome of the Rock from the Mount of Olives, March 2005 Wayne McLean.
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- Fried Crickets in the Chiang Mai Night Bazaar photo courtesy of Alpha Lau.
- Milestone, Jaisalmer courtesy of Nevil Zaveri.
- Maasai women and baby courtesy of William Warby.
- Photo of Annie Londonderry courtesy of Mary Levy Goldiner.
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