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Published: Wednesday, October 31, 2012, 1:27 p.m.

Spiders, vultures, owls and more wildlife photos

  • A spider spins a web on the PAWS campus in Lynnwood.

    Kevin Mack / PAWS

    A spider spins a web on the PAWS campus in Lynnwood.

Kevin Mack, a naturalist with PAWS, keeps a close eye on the fascinating critters on PAWS Lynnwood campus. In his latest series of photos, he has a collection of Halloween themed animals, including some fascinating close-ups of spiders in action. If creepy things aren't quite your style, then you'll probably enjoy the photos of birds, including owls and vultures.

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To learn more about PAWS Wildlife Center, click here.
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