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A federally endangered Alabama beach mouse (Peromyscus polionotus ammobates) among man-made structures on the Fort Morgan Peninsula near Gulf Shores, AL.

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This condominium complex, as well as developing houses and feral cats pose a severe risk to the already federally endangered Alabama beach mouse (Peromyscus polionotus ammobates).

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As part of a population survey, a member of USFWS holds a federally endangered Alabama beach mouse (Peromyscus polionotus ammobates) among man-made structures on the Fort Morgan Peninsula near Gulf Shores, AL.

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A federally endangered Alabama beach mouse (Peromyscus polionotus ammobates) among man-made structures on the Fort Morgan Peninsula near Gulf Shores, AL.

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The rocky shoreline of the Pacific coast of Chile, near Antofagasta.

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A young girl plays near a sand sculpture of a shark on the beach in Salvador, Brazil.

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Students practice techniques at a surf school on the beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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Lifeguards stretch on the beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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Colorful striped chairs crowd the beach in Salvador, Brazil.

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Black skimmers (Rhynchops niger) on a salt pond beside San Diego bay in California.

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A researcher from the Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network photographs dead bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) washed up from the Gulf of Mexico in a research effort to determine what killed the animals.

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A young boy is buried in the sand on a beach while on vacation in St. Petersburg Beach, Florida.

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A crucifix sculpture by artists of the Baptist center stands amid students and sunbathers on South Padre Island, Texas.

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A woman stands beneath a home watching crews build new berms, with BP money, in order to protect the beaches from storm water and the oil from the deep water horizon spill that could come with it on Dauphin Island, Alabama.

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Workers sift through sand to separate the oil on the beaches of Dauphin Island, Alabama.

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Workers from Southern Native Plants out of Milton, Florida planting sea oats (Uniola paniculata) on a newly created sand dune to protect Dauphin Island, Alabama from the deep water horizon oil spill.

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Berms were built on a barrier island near Grand Isle, Louisiana, in an attempt to protect it from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

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Crude oil from the Deepwater Horizon spill washed ashore on Queen Bess Island, Louisiana in Barataria Bay.

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National Geographic writer, Bruce Barcott, standing on the shoreline of East Grande Terre, Louisiana.

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A pelican, covered in oil from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, lies dead on a beach at East Grande Terre, Louisiana.

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A twelve year-old girl on the shores of Mar Caribe peninsula, Cancun, Mexico. Taken near ME Melia Hotel where Hurricane Wilma came through in 2005 and removed much of the beach.

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A twelve year-old girl on the shores of Mar Caribe peninsula, Cancun, Mexico. Taken near ME Melia Hotel where Hurricane Wilma came through in 2005 and removed much of the beach.

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Waves lap up against the base of the Me by Melia Hotel in Cancun, Mexico. Hurricane Wilma came through in 2005 and removed much of the beach.

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Waves lap up against the base of the Me by Melia Hotel in Cancun, Mexico. Hurricane Wilma came through in 2005 and removed much of the beach.

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Dennis Dimick along the base of the Me by Melia Hotel in Cancun, Mexico. Hurricane Wilma came through in 2005 and removed much of the beach.

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Dennis Dimick along the base of the Me by Melia Hotel in Cancun, Mexico. Hurricane Wilma came through in 2005 and removed much of the beach.

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A twelve year-old girl on the shores of Mar Caribe peninsula, Cancun, Mexico. Taken near ME Melia Hotel where Hurricane Wilma came through in 2005 and removed much of the beach.

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A twelve year-old girl on the shores of Mar Caribe peninsula, Cancun, Mexico. Taken near ME Melia Hotel where Hurricane Wilma came through in 2005 and removed much of the beach.

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A twelve year-old girl on the shores of Mar Caribe peninsula, Cancun, Mexico. Taken near ME Melia Hotel where Hurricane Wilma came through in 2005 and removed much of the beach.

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A twelve year-old girl on the shores of Mar Caribe peninsula, Cancun, Mexico. Taken near ME Melia Hotel where Hurricane Wilma came through in 2005 and removed much of the beach.

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A twelve year-old girl on the shores of Mar Caribe peninsula, Cancun, Mexico. Taken near ME Melia Hotel where Hurricane Wilma came through in 2005 and removed much of the beach.

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A twelve year-old girl on the shores of Mar Caribe peninsula, Cancun, Mexico. Taken near ME Melia Hotel where Hurricane Wilma came through in 2005 and removed much of the beach.

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The Caribbean Sea laps on the shore of Mar Caribe peninsula, Cancun, Mexico. Taken near ME Melia Hotel where Hurricane Wilma came through in 2005 and removed much of the beach.

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A twelve year-old girl walks along the shores of Mar Caribe peninsula, Cancun, Mexico. Taken near ME Melia Hotel where Hurricane Wilma came through in 2005 and removed much of the beach.

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