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An abandoned farm house filled with trash left from the last tenants, Bennet.

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An abandoned farm house filled with trash left from the last tenants, Bennet.

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The view to outside from inside and an abandoned farm house, Bennet, Nebraska.

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A cow stands outside of an abandoned house near Dunbar, Nebraska.

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Sand covered feet on a beach in the Galapagos Islands.

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A studio portrait of a heavily-oiled adult Brown pelican (Pelicanus occidentalis) rescued from the deep water horizon oil spill at the rehab center at Fort Jackson, Louisiana.

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A crew working to clean a pelican at the rehab center in Fort Jackson, Louisiana. This is where the majority of the oiled birds were brought in from the deep water horizon oil spill.

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A crew working to clean a brown pelican (Pelecanus occidentalis) at the rehab center in Fort Jackson, Louisiana. This is where the majority of the oiled birds were brought in from the deep water horizon oil spill.

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A crew working to clean a brown pelican (Pelecanus occidentalis) at the rehab center in Fort Jackson, Louisiana. This is where the majority of the oiled birds were brought in from the deep water horizon oil spill.

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A crew working to clean a brown pelican (Pelecanus occidentalis) at the rehab center in Fort Jackson, Louisiana. This is where the majority of the oiled birds were brought in from the deep water horizon oil spill.

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A group of oiled pelicans recused from the gulf oil spill waiting to be washed at the rehab center in Fort Jackson, Louisiana. This is were the majority of the oiled birds were brought in from the deep water horizon oil spill.

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A crew working to clean a brown pelican (Pelecanus occidentalis) at the rehab center in Fort Jackson, Louisiana. This is where the majority of the oiled birds were brought in from the deep water horizon oil spill.

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A group of oiled pelicans recused from the gulf oil spill waiting to be washed at the rehab center in Fort Jackson, Louisiana. This is were the majority of the oiled birds were brought in from the deep water horizon oil spill.

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A clean up crew hired by BP tries to sop oil from the Deepwater Horizon spill, along the shoreline on Queen Bess island in Barataria Bay, Louisiana.

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An underwater view of surface oil in Barataria Bay, Louisiana, from the Deepwater Horizon spill.

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An underwater view of surface oil in Barataria Bay, Louisiana, from the Deepwater Horizon spill.

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A crew of BP contractors attempt to siphon oil from the Deepwater Horizon spill out of a marsh in the Gulf of Mexico.

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A boat pulls booms over the water in Barataria Bay, Louisiana, cleaning up oil from the Deepwater Horizon Spill.

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Joel Sartore, on assignment for National Geographic magazine, while photographing the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in Barataria Bay, Louisiana.

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A clean up crew hired by BP tries to sop oil from the Deepwater Horizon spill, along the shoreline on Queen Bess island in Barataria Bay, Louisiana.

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Severely-oiled pelican chicks (with non-oiled chicks behind them) on Cat island in Barrataria Bay, Louisiana.

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A BP clean up crew tries to sop oil from the Deepwater Horizon spill at Queen Bess Island, Louisiana.

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Kathy Sartore goes fishing with her brother-in-law, Paul Sartore.

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Coal is one of the most dirty fossil fuels and burning it is leading to global climate change.

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Coal is one of the most dirty fossil fuels and burning it is leading to global climate change.

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Coal is one of the most dirty fossil fuels and burning it is leading to global climate change.

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Coal is one of the most dirty fossil fuels and burning it is leading to global climate change.

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Coal is one of the most dirty fossil fuels and burning it is leading to global climate change.

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Coal is one of the most dirty fossil fuels and burning it is leading to global climate change.

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Storm sewer water rushes from the streets of Santa Fe into a stream near the city’s downtown.

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Storm sewer water rushes from the streets of Santa Fe into a stream near the city’s downtown.

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Storm sewer water rushes from the streets of Santa Fe into a stream near the city’s downtown.

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Storm sewer water rushes from the streets of Santa Fe into a stream near the city’s downtown.

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