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A biologist working for the National Parks Service holds an introduced (non-native) trout at the Sixty Lake Basin of King’s Canyon National Park, Nevada.

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A biologist working for the National Parks Service collects introduced (non-native) trout at the Sixty Lake Basin of King’s Canyon National Park, Nevada.

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A biologist working for the National Parks Service collects introduced (non-native) trout at the Sixty Lake Basin of King’s Canyon National Park, Nevada.

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A biologist working for the National Parks Service collects introduced (non-native) trout at the Sixty Lake Basin of King’s Canyon National Park, Nevada.

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A biologist working for the National Parks Service holds an introduced (non-native) trout at the Sixty Lake Basin of King’s Canyon National Park, Nevada.

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Recently killed introduced (non-native) trout in the Sixty Lake Basin of King’s Canyon National Park, Nevada.

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A Mount Lyell salamander (Hydromantes platycephalus) in the Sixty Lake Basin of King’s Canyon National Park, Nevada.

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A Mount Lyell salamander (Hydromantes platycephalus) in the Sixty Lake Basin of King’s Canyon National Park, Nevada.

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A Mount Lyell salamander (Hydromantes platycephalus) in the Sixty Lake Basin of King’s Canyon National Park, Nevada.

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A Mount Lyell salamander (Hydromantes platycephalus) in the Sixty Lake Basin of King’s Canyon National Park, Nevada.

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A biologist working for the National Parks Service holds an introduced (non-native) trout at the Sixty Lake Basin of King’s Canyon National Park, Nevada.

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Biologists in King’s Canyon National Park’s Sixty Lake Basin, Nevada.

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A biologist scales rocks in King’s Canyon National Park’s Sixty Lake Basin, Nevada.

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A biologist scales rocks in King’s Canyon National Park’s Sixty Lake Basin, Nevada.

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Biologists in King’s Canyon National Park’s Sixty Lake Basin, Nevada.

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A biologist working for the National Parks Service holds an introduced (non-native) trout at the Sixty Lake Basin of King’s Canyon National Park, Nevada.

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A harlequin frog (Atelopus sp.) is swabbed for study at a research site near Limon, Ecuador.

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Scenics of mountain forest on the road north of Limon, Ecuador.

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Near Mindo, where agricultural use meets the cloud forest, Ecuador.

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Near Mindo, where agricultural use meets the cloud forest, Ecuador.

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Joel Sartore with a long-snouted robber frog (Pristimantis appendiculatus) in the cloud forest reserve near Mindo, Ecuador.

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A woman takes a picture in the cloud forest reserve of Reserva Las Gralarias, near Mindo, Ecuador.

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A woman takes a picture in the cloud forest reserve of Reserva Las Gralarias, near Mindo, Ecuador.

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Joel Sartore in the cloud forest reserve near Mindo, Ecuador.

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Vegetation in the cloud forest reserve near Mindo, Ecuador.

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Recently killed introduced trout in the Sixty Lake Basin of King’s Canyon National Park, Nevada.

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American goldfinch (Carduelis tristis) feed at Waveland Farm near Walton, Nebraska.

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American goldfinch (Carduelis tristis) feed at Waveland Farm near Walton, Nebraska.

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A rain frog (Pristimatis calcarulatus) (IUCN: Vulnerable) in a cloud forest reserve near Mindo, Ecuador.

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An arthropod walks along a leaf in a cloud forest reserve near Mindo, Ecuador.

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A giant glass frog (Centrolene grandisonae) in the cloud forest reserve near Mindo, Ecuador.

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A team searching for amphibians in a cloud forest reserve near Mindo, Ecuador.

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