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Meet Amazing Americans U.S. Presidents Theodore Roosevelt
Kermit and Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. on 1926 hunting expedition.
Roosevelt's sons, Kermit and Theodore Jr., dressed to go hunting

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The Family Pets
Although Roosevelt loved animals, he also liked to go hunting. As his boys grew up they often went with their dad on hunting trips. In this picture, his grown-up sons, Theodore Jr. and Kermit, are dressed for hunting. When he was no longer president, Roosevelt went on safaris to Africa and Brazil to gather natural specimens for the Smithsonian Institution. His son, Kermit, went on the African safari with him.
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