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Today in Photos (04/19/2012)

Photos from the April 19, 2012 edition of The Harvard Crimson daily newspaper.


A lone squirrel climbs a tree near the Charles riverbank. Female squirrel typically have two to eight babies in each birth cycle.. Baby squirrels are blind and totally reliant on their mothers for two or three months.


A gaggle of geese roams around the Charles River. Canadian Geese are protected under the Federal Migratory Bird Act of 1918, meaning it is illegal to harm or injure a goose, its eggs, or its nest without a federal permit.