David Gotham's reticulated python climbs on his head at the West Michigan Pet Expo on Sunday, April 3, 2016, at DeltaPlex Arena in Grand Rapids, Mich. The two-day expo finished Sunday.
Dressed up in a giant chicken suit Tom Sheanan, of Edison, walks his chicken Kernel on a leash down Cains Court at the third annual Edison Bird Festival on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014, in Edison.
Tatum Brown, 2, kisses his father David Brown goodbye as he goes to work at Josie's Party Store on Thursday, July 23, 2015, in Jackson, Michigan. Name Your Fare driver Matt Wilcox, left, took Tatum and his mother Jessica to the movies afterward. David said his family doesn't have a car and often uses Name Your Fare to get to work. "They really help us out a lot," he said. Name Your Fare is a transportation company offering rides to Jackson costumers at a rate of their choosing.
Junior Colin Thomas and his date sophomore Liz Cutlip lay on the grass while taking a break from dancing at Thornapple Kellogg's prom Saturday, April 23, 2016, at the Salvation Army Kroc Center in Grand Rapids, Mich. The theme was "Rustic Romance."
Program assistant Torrie Wyer, left, hugs Jacque Williams, a camp leader, at a Youth Haven Ranch summer camp Tuesday, June 23, 2015, in Rives Junction, Michigan. About 65 young campers hung out with Michigan State University mascot Sparty.
Gerald Cleunion, 7, sticks his tongue out at his father Terry Cleunion, not pictured, after getting radiation treatment with the help of Jerusha Ryan, right, Monday, Aug. 24, 2015, at C. S. Mott Children's Hospital in Ann Arbor, Mich. Gerald has an aggressive stage four cancer and has been receiving treatment since March. He can't walk because of an emergency surgery to prevent one of many tumors from constricting his spine. He love superheroes and has taken on his own persona — Super Gerald. "I can smell like a bloodhound and hear like a bat and see super far," Gerald said of his own superpowers. "I can also scare my mom."
Justin Parks tries to ring in a young cow while leading it to get its horns clipped Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2015, at Parks Dairy Farm in Waterloo Township, Mich. Justin Parks, 26, inherited his family's dairy farm from his father died from cancer in 2012 . He milks about 60 cows twice a day and is the only sole employee on the farm. Parks said he likes the farming life styling and his connection to his food but it isn't always easy with a few rambunctious cows. "They gotta be fed. They gotta be milked. They don't give a shit what goes on in your personal life. It's not their fault," Parks said.
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