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The checkerboard improves recreational access -- and also has profound effects on wildlife connectivity. Photo: © Steven Gnam
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Coral bleaching is a threat to reefs, but it does not directly kill corals. Photo: Ian Shive.
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A sea gull peers over the rocks at Schoodic Point. Photo © justinrussell/Flickr.
A wild turkey is released in Wisconsin. Photo: Paul M. Walsh under a Creative Commons license.
Sabyinyo group of mountain gorillas. Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda. Photo ©  Carine06/Flickr.
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Greater sage grouse display in a lek. Photo © Tony Morris/Flickr through a Creative Commons license.
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Some call it the "other" turkey, the ocellated turkey of the Yucatan Peninsula. Photo: DickDaniels under a Creative Commons license.
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