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A lucky young fisherman on the Wind River (trib. of the Columbia R.) holds up a Spring Chinook Salmon.

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A lucky young fisherman on the Wind River (trib. of the Columbia R.) holds up a Spring Chinook Salmon.

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A boy and his family look for food at a landfill in Matamoros, Mexico.

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Flooding in a trailer park in Lousiana’s bayou country.

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A Brazilian boy paddles a canoe to market. His family saved their forest by harvesting and selling its produce.

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Jaime, a boy whose family saved their forest and harvests its fruit, holds up a piquia fruit. (Quiandeua, Brazil.)

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Jaime, a boy whose family saved their forest and harvests its fruit, holds up a piquia fruit. (Quiandeua, Brazil.)

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Jaime, a boy whose family saved their forest and harvests its fruit, holds up a piquia fruit. (Quiandeua, Brazil.)

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A native child carries bacuri fruit back to his village along the Capim River, a tributary of the Brazilian Amazon.

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A native child carries bacuri fruit back to his village along the Capim River, a tributary of the Brazilian Amazon.

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A boy scales a huge tree on an island near the city of Belem, Brazil, in the Brazilian Amazon. Most of the large trees in this area were logged many years ago. Now this single large tree is a major tourist attraction.

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Uxi fruit gathering in the Brazilian Amazon. This is one ofmany forest fruits that could be lost to deforestation.

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Bacuri fruit lies on the forest floor in the Brazilian Amazon. This is one of many forest fruit trees that is also a valuable timber species, declining in abundance due to extraction by the timber industry.

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As the clearcuts are burned off, a boy runs with a kit nearthe timber town of Paragominas, Brazil on the Amazon River.

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As the clearcuts are burned off, a boy runs with a kite near the timber town of Paragominas in the Brazilian Amazon.

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Old growth forest logs stacked and waiting for sale along the Capim River, a tributary of the Brazilian Amazon.

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Old growth forest logs stacked and waiting for sale along the Capim River, a tributary of the Brazilian Amazon.

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Smoke from a lumber mill and other industries in Paragominas, Brazil on the Amazon River.

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