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A critically endangered Rabbs’ fringe-limbed tree frog (Ecnomiohyla rabborum) is projected onto the Vatican in an effort to raise awareness for the extinction crisis.

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A Sumatran tiger is projected onto the Vatican in an effort to raise awareness for the extinction crisis.

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An African male lion is projected onto the Vatican in an effort to raise awareness for the extinction crisis.

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A purple-banded sunbird (Nectarinia bifasciata microhychus) is projected onto the Vatican in an effort to raise awareness for the extinction crisis. Photo taken in Gorongosa National Park.

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A Mexican gray wolf is projected onto the Vatican in an effort to raise awareness for the extinction crisis.

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Coyote pups are projected onto the Vatican in an effort to raise awareness for the extinction crisis.

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A giant panda is projected onto the Vatican in an effort to raise awareness for the extinction crisis.

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A baby chimpanzee is projected onto the Vatican in an effort to raise awareness for the extinction crisis.

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Butterflies are projected onto the Vatican in an effort to raise awareness for the extinction crisis.

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A boy holds up a tiny carpenter fish in the village of Kyehoro on Lake Albert in Uganda. Though huge, the lake is severely over-fished. Nile perch are now too small and too few to sustain the human population, so locals have taken to using mosquito nets stitched together to get their food. With mesh that small, no fish can escape. “Any aquatic organism that falls in the net is killed,” says a local guide. Residents of the area get 80% of their food and fish from the lake, which means serious trouble when the fish run out.

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Already drought-stricken corn was ravaged by grasshoppers near Bennett, NE. (2002)

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