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    In this photo made available by the National Park Service, JR Kimber receives medical assistance at Congaree National Park in Hopkins, S.C., Tuesday, April 29, 2014. Kimber and his two children were lost in the park for two days. They were rescued and are all in stable condition. (AP Photo/National Park Service)


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    This photo provided by the National Park Service, rescue personnel attend to Dakota Kimbler, 10 and his sister Jade Kimbler, 6, after they were lost with their father inside Congaree National Park, Tuesday, April 29, 2014 in Hopking, SC. The family was lost for more than two days in the vast woods and swaps of the park. They are all listed in stable condition. (AP Photo/National Park Service)




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    This March 27, 2014 photo provided by the National Park Service shows P-22 a 4 year old male mountain lion who was recaptured in late March by National Park Service biologists. The mountain lion known to traverse the hills in and around Los Angeles’ largest park has been exposed to rat poison and is suffering from mange. Scientists noticed the big cat known as P-22 was sickly when they recaptured it last month to replace the batteries in its GPS tracking collar. (AP Photo/National Park Service)



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