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A federally endangered female Alabama beach mouse (Peromyscus polionotus ammobates), nibbles on some cheese.

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A federally endangered female Alabama beach mouse (Peromyscus polionotus ammobates).

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A federally endangered female Alabama beach mouse (Peromyscus polionotus ammobates).

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A volunteer collects seeds from wildflowers and native grasses to plant. Since they were never farmed, old graveyards are prime locations for finding the original tallgrass that has virtually disappeared elsewhere on the Great Plains.

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Native Americans at the First Salmon Ceremony near Celilo, OR.

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A local hunter/gatherer stands next to a friend in the forests of the Brazilian Amazon.

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A local hunter/gatherer carries pupunha fruit he collected with his children in the forests of the Brazilian Amazon.

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A local hunter/gatherer carries pupunha fruit he collected with his children in the forests 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 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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Hunter-gatherers still exist in the Brazilian Amazon, though in fewer numbers. Intact rain forests provide fruit, medicinal plants and wild game for those villagers who refuse to sell the logging rights to their forests.

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A boy uses a basket to carry Uxi fruit gathered in the Brazilian Amazon. This is one of many forest fruits that will belost to deforestation.

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A boy uses a basket to carry Uxi fruit gathered in the Brazilian Amazon. This is one of many forest fruit trees that could be lost to deforestation.

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A boy uses a basket to carry Uxi fruit gathered in the Brazilian Amazon. This is one of many forest fruit trees that could be lost to deforestation.

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

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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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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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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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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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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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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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