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The last known critically endangered Rabbs’ fringe-limbed tree frog (Ecnomiohyla rabborum) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. This photo was taken in 2013. This frog passed away in 2016, making the species extinct.

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An orange corn snake wraps around a woman’s feet, Sea Island, Georgia.

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An orange corn snake wraps around a woman’s feet, Sea Island, Georgia.

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A naturalist for Sea Island inspects loggerhead sea turtle nests on the beach, Sea Island, Georgia.

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A naturalist for Sea Island inspects loggerhead sea turtle nests on the beach, Sea Island, Georgia.

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A loggerhead sea turtle hatchling heading out to sea towards a full moon, Sea Island, Georgia.

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A Conasauga or reticulate logperch (Percina jerkins). This critically endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered fish is facing extinction; an estimated 200-400 remain, and are restricted to a 30-mile stretch of the Conasauga River in Tennessee and Georgia.

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A Conasauga or reticulate logperch (Percina jerkins). This critically endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered fish is facing extinction; an estimated 200-400 remain, and are restricted to a 30-mile stretch of the Conasauga River in Tennessee and Georgia.

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A man wears goofy glasses while reading the morning paper.

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People view many different kinds of fish at the Georgia Aquarium.

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People view many different kinds of fish at the Georgia Aquarium.

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People view many different kinds of fish at the Georgia Aquarium.

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People view many different kinds of fish at the Georgia Aquarium.

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People view many different kinds of fish at the Georgia Aquarium.

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A cave salamander (Eurycea lucifuga) at Zoo Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia.

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Limon giant glass frog (Sachatamia ilex) at Zoo Atlanta.

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Limon giant glass frog (Sachatamia ilex) at Zoo Atlanta.

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Limon giant glass frog (Sachatamia ilex) at Zoo Atlanta.

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Limon giant glass frog (Sachatamia ilex) at Zoo Atlanta.

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Limon giant glass frog (Sachatamia ilex) at Zoo Atlanta.

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Limon giant glass frog (Sachatamia ilex) at Zoo Atlanta.

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