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The King Air moves into a hangar; snow clouds are in the background.
Contact network showing male tortoises (blue nodes), females (red nodes) and burrows (gray nodes).
Fishing boats ply the waters of Africa's Lake Victoria, site of the research study.
Bluegill in Wisconsin's Sparkling Lake show astonishing variability in numbers from year to year.
William McRaven
Dead trees mark an area in Houma, Louisiana, transitioning from a forested swamp to a grassy marsh.
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Big waves affect beach access and ocean bluffs at the Isla Vista, California study site.
Knock-your-eyes-out red: A flowering plant native to Mexico called early jessamine or red cestrum.
Each evening, thousands of bats rush out of caves in the Caribbean, here seen in Puerto Rico.

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