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An undescribed snakehead fish native to India (Channa sp.) from a private collection.

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An undescribed snakehead fish native to India (Channa sp.) from a private collection.

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An undescribed snakehead fish native to India (Channa sp.) from a private collection.

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An undescribed snakehead fish native to India (Channa sp.) from a private collection.

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Tourists along the bow of a cruise boat in the Antarctic Peninsula.

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The Thompson Falls dam, which is currently starting construction to build a fish passage system on the Clark Fork river in Thompson Falls, Montana. Shown is the road way being constructed on the downstream side that will be used to transport heavy machinery.

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A blanket of sea ice over the Beaufort Sea, near Prudhoe Bay.

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A small raft along the Antarctic Peninsula, near the Antarctic Circle.

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An aerial of the Brooks range in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

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A cliff in Alaska has slumped into the sea because of erosion from runoff, as a result of climate change.

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A cliff in Alaska has slumped into the sea because of erosion from runoff, as a result of climate change.

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The effects of global warming and climate change are shown through early melting of sea ice and diminishing glaciers.

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The effects of global warming and climate change are shown through early melting of sea ice and diminishing glaciers.

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The effects of global warming and climate change are shown through early melting of sea ice and diminishing glaciers.

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The effects of global warming and climate change are shown through early melting of sea ice and diminishing glaciers.

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Glacial ice along the Denali highway near Toolik, Alaska.

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A light plane flies over the sea ice off the coast of ANWR. In the last few months, offshore oil leases have been completed along the coast in order to get at what drillers hope will be a profitable oil field. Environmentalists warn that an oil spill under arctic ice would have disastrous consequences.

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Workers at the Flournoy Ranch in northern California use axes to break the ice from a watering hole.

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John Engelhaup breaks ice from a cattle tank in sub-freezing weather at a feedlot near Springfield, Nebraska.

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John Engelhaup breaks ice from a cattle tank in sub-freezing weather at a feedlot near Springfield, Nebraska.

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Braving temperatures of -20 F and windchills down to -60, Jesus Alanis, a worker at the C.B. Bledsoe Ranch in Colorado, chops a hole in the ice covering a cattle tank.

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Braving temperatures of -20 F and windchills down to -60, Jesus Alanis, a worker at the C.B. Bledsoe Ranch in Colorado, chops a hole in the ice covering a cattle pond.

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A rancher breaks open a cattle pond on a ten below day near Wild Horse, CO.

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Flamingos puff up their feathers against the cold as they roost at Laguna Colorada, Bolivia. The variation in temperature between day and night is so extreme that their legs are frozen in a thin layer of ice during the night, which is melted by the sun.

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Flamingos puff up their feathers against the cold as they roost at Laguna Colorada, Bolivia. The variation in temperature between day and night is so extreme that their legs are frozen in a thin layer of ice during the night, which is melted by the sun.

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Flamingos puff up their feathers against the cold as they roost at Laguna Colorada, Bolivia. The variation in temperature between day and night is so extreme that their legs are frozen in a thin layer of ice during the night, which is melted by the sun.

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Flamingos puff up their feathers against the cold as they roost at Laguna Colorada, Bolivia. The variation in temperature between day and night is so extreme that their legs are frozen in a thin layer of ice during the night, which is melted by the sun.

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Flamingos puff up their feathers against the cold as they roost at Laguna Colorada, Bolivia. The variation in temperature between day and night is so extreme that their legs are frozen in a thin layer of ice during the night, which is melted by the sun.

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Flamingos puff up their feathers against the cold as they roost at Laguna Colorada, Bolivia. The variation in temperature between day and night is so extreme that their legs are frozen in a thin layer of ice during the night, which is melted by the sun.

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A nutria crosses a frozen pond at Sabine NWR in Louisiana.

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Members of the central arctic caribou herd avoid mosquitoes on a snow bank along the coastal plain near the edge of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

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