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The endangered Florida Key deer’s cause wasn’t helped when developers found a loophole and put a housing development inside the Florida Key Deer NWR. The deer are hit and killed by motorists faster than they can reproduce.

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The endangered Florida Key deer’s cause wasn’t helped when developers found a loophole and put a housing development inside the Florida Key Deer NWR. The deer are hit and killed by motorists faster than they can reproduce.

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A male Florida Keys mole skink (Plestiodon egregius egregius) wild caught at Big Pine Key, Florida. It is one of five recognized mole skink subspecies and is currently petitioned for federal protection. Development and sea level rise both threaten this species.

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A male Florida Keys mole skink (Plestiodon egregius egregius) wild caught at Big Pine Key, Florida. It is one of five recognized mole skink subspecies and is currently petitioned for federal protection. Development and sea level rise both threaten this species.

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A male Florida Keys mole skink (Plestiodon egregius egregius) wild caught at Big Pine Key, Florida. It is one of five recognized mole skink subspecies and is currently petitioned for federal protection. Development and sea level rise both threaten this species.

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Two endangered Florida Key Deer take a walk through Big Pine Key, Florida.

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Florida Key deer caught in headlights in Big Pine Key, Florida.

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Florida Key deer caught in headlights in Big Pine Key, Florida.

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Florida Key deer caught in headlights in Big Pine Key, Florida.

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The endangered Florida Key deer’s cause wasn’t helped when developers found a loophole and put a housing development inside the Florida Key Deer NWR. The deer are hit and killed by motorists faster than they can reproduce.

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The endangered Florida Key deer’s cause wasn’t helped when developers found a loophole and put a housing development inside the Florida Key Deer NWR. The deer are hit and killed by motorists faster than they can reproduce.

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The endangered Florida Key deer’s cause wasn’t helped when developers found a loophole and put a housing development inside the Florida Key Deer NWR. The deer are hit and killed by motorists faster than they can reproduce.

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The endangered Florida Key deer’s cause wasn’t helped when developers found a loophole and put a housing development inside the Florida Key Deer NWR. The deer are hit and killed by motorists faster than they can reproduce.

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A road sign warns motorists to look out for the endangered Florida Key deer. The diminuitive animals are in decline because of habitat loss and being hit and killed by cars and trucks faster than they can reproduce.

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A road sign details the plight of the endangered Florida Key Deer on Big Pine Key, Florida. The diminuitive animals are being hit and killed by traffic faster than they can reproduce.

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