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Three peregrine falcon chicks huddle in their cliff nest along the Colville River, the Slope’s largest. The bluffs along this river support one of the highest densities of nesting raptors in North America.

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Three peregrine falcon chicks huddle in their cliff nest along the Colville River, the Slope’s largest. The bluffs along this river support one of the highest densities of nesting raptors in North America.

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Researchers band a peregrine falcon chick in order to track what habitat the birds are using repeatedly and how old the birds are when they return to the nest.

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A woman holds a baby opossum (Didelphis virginiana) near Greenleaf, KS.

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A woman holds a baby opossum (Didelphis virginiana) near Greenleaf, KS.

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A woman holds a baby opossum (Didelphis virginiana) near Greenleaf, KS.

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A baby opossum (Didelphis virginiana) near Greenleaf, KS.

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A baby opossum (Didelphis virginiana) near Greenleaf, KS.

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A baby opossum (Didelphis virginiana) near Greenleaf, KS.

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A two-week-old, critically endangered (IUCN) Arakan forest turtle (Heosemys depressa) at Zoo Atlanta.

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A two-week-old, critically endangered (IUCN) Arakan forest turtle (Heosemys depressa) at Zoo Atlanta.

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A two-week-old, critically endangered (IUCN) Arakan forest turtle (Heosemys depressa) at Zoo Atlanta.

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A two-week-old, critically endangered (IUCN) Arakan forest turtle (Heosemys depressa) at Zoo Atlanta.

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A two-week-old, critically endangered (IUCN) Arakan forest turtle (Heosemys depressa) at Zoo Atlanta.

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A two-week-old, critically endangered (IUCN) Arakan forest turtle (Heosemys depressa) at Zoo Atlanta.

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A two-week-old, critically endangered (IUCN) Arakan forest turtle (Heosemys depressa) at Zoo Atlanta.

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A two-week-old, critically endangered (IUCN) Arakan forest turtle (Heosemys depressa) at Zoo Atlanta.

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A baby diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin) from New Jersey shore’s Delaware Bay.

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A baby diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin) from New Jersey shore’s Delaware Bay.

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A baby diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin) from New Jersey shore’s Delaware Bay.

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A baby diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin) from New Jersey shore’s Delaware Bay.

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The eggs of the white-spotted glass frog or white-spotted cochran frog (Sachatamia albomaculata), a species native to Panama and Central America, at Zoo Atlanta.

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The eggs of the white-spotted glass frog or white-spotted cochran frog (Sachatamia albomaculata), a species native to Panama and Central America, at Zoo Atlanta.

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The eggs of the white-spotted glass frog or white-spotted cochran frog (Sachatamia albomaculata), a species native to Panama and Central America, at Zoo Atlanta.

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A young hiker belts out a cry that echoes through the canyons of Deadhorse Point State Park in Utah.

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A young hiker belts out a cry that echoes through the canyons of Deadhorse Point State Park in Utah.

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Kathy Sartore in labor, with Letterman on in the background.

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