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Judges with London's Natural History Museum, which administers the Wildlife Photographer of the Year prize, determined that Marcio Cabral had faked The Night Raider with a taxidermy anteater — a charge he denies. Marcio Cabral/Natural History Museum hide caption

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From left: Aladdin Sane, Thin White Duke, Ziggy Stardust, Major Tom, The Man Who Fell to Earth, and Halloween Jack are Bowie-inspired cocktails made by BKW by Brooklyn Winery. Shelby Hearn/BKW by Brooklyn Winery hide caption

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"The Departure" from Aïda Muluneh's "The World is 9" collection. The title comes from a saying of Muluneh's grandmother — meaning that the world will never be a perfect 10. Aïda Muluneh hide caption

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Aïda Muluneh

The exhibit "Persistence of Vision" had been up since December, months before the allegations against Nicholas Nixon became public. Meredith Nierman/WGBH News hide caption

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Dayanita Singh's Museum Bhavan contains nine accordion books that expand into a 7.5-foot-long gallery of black and white photographs. Bilal Qureshi hide caption

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Bilal Qureshi

This Photographer Wants To Put A Museum In Your Pocket

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The Hungarian-born French photographer Brassaï (born Gyula Halasz) is one of three photographers currently being featured at MOCA in Los Angeles. Baron/Getty Images hide caption

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3 Photographers Who Captured The Undersides Of Life

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The Complex Story Of Civil Rights Photographer Ernest Withers

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In a full-issue article on Australia that ran in National Geographic in 1916, aboriginal Australians were called "savages" who "rank lowest in intelligence of all human beings." The magazine examines its history of racist coverage in its April issue. C.P. Scott (L) and H.E. Gregory (R)/National Geographic hide caption

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Photographer Lorenzo Vitturi assembled this collage of products sold at the street market of Lagos Island, Nigeria, including the T-shirt that gave him the title for his new book: "Money Must Be Made." Lorenzo Vitturi hide caption

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Lorenzo Vitturi

A young white rhino, drugged and blindfolded, is about to be released into the Okavango Delta in Botswana. It was relocated from South Africa to protect it from poachers. Neil Aldridge/World Press Photo hide caption

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