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Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon leaves 10 Downing Street in London after a meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa May about Brexit negotiations in November 2016. Alastair Grant/AP hide caption

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Harry McEachan, a former baker and auto factory worker in Glasgow, is furious with the Conservative (also known as Tory) Party for engineering a successful Brexit vote. McEachan plans to vote for Scottish independence if there is a second referendum. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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Ripple Effects: Will The Brexit Vote Lead To The Breakup Of The U.K.?

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A young man hands out "Remain" leaflets outside the polling station at Notre Dame Primary School on Thursday in Glasgow, Scotland. As a nation, Scotland voted to remain in the EU; but as a whole, the United Kingdom opted to leave. Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images hide caption

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Donald Trump speaks from the 9th tee at his new Trump Turnberry Resort Friday in Ayr, Scotland. Trump endorsed the U.K. decision to leave the European Union even though Scotland was against it. Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Leaders Divided Over UK's Vote To Exit EU

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Donald Trump played a round of golf after his Trump International Golf Links Course opened in July 2012 in Balmedie, Scotland, near Aberdeen. Ian MacNicol/Getty Images hide caption

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Anti-Trump Voices Grow Louder In Scotland After Development Rift

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An artist's rendering of sauropods that once roamed in a lagoon area on Scotland's Isle of Skye. Jon Hoad/University of Edinburgh hide caption

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Before There Were Tourists, Dinosaurs Strolled Scotland's Isle Of Skye

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An artist's rendering of what Dearcmhara shawcrossi probably looked like in dinosaur times. Todd Marshall/University of Edinburgh hide caption

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Ancient Scottish Sea Reptile Not 'Nessie,' But Just As Cute

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For The Sophisticated Souse, Fabric Infused With A Whiff Of Whiskey

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In the northwestern United States, this crayfish would be just a friendly bit of local fauna. But in Scotland, it's an invasive species wreaking havoc on trout streams. Ari Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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American Intruder Lurks In Scottish Streams, Clawed And Hungry

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British Prime Minister David Cameron said Friday now that voters in Scotland have rejected independence, he is committed to giving more powers not only to Scotland, but also to "the people of England, Wales and Northern Ireland." Lefteris Pitarakis/AP hide caption

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Scotland lowered the voting age to 16 for Thursday's referendum on whether to remain part of the United Kingdom or opt for independence. It was widely assumed the teenagers would overwhelmingly vote for independence, but that doesn't appear to be the case. Scott Heppell/AP hide caption

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For Scotland's 16-Year-Olds, The First Vote Will Be On Independence

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