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A black bear feeds on sockeye salmon on the Kennedy River, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

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A female sockeye salmon guards her nest in the Kennedy River on Vancouver Island, BC.

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A kayaker moves under a tree covered with epiphytic moss on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

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A kayaker moves under a tree covered with epiphytic moss on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

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A kayaker moves under a tree covered with epiphytic moss on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

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A kayaker moves under a tree covered with epiphytic moss on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

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A kayaker moves under a tree covered with epiphytic moss on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

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A kayaker moves under a tree covered with epiphytic moss on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

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A kayaker moves under a tree covered with epiphytic moss on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

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A kayaker moves under a tree covered with epiphytic moss on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

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Epiphytic mosses seem to smother a big-leaf maple tree along the banks of the Kennedy River in British Columbia, Canada. This tree actually encourages the growth of plants on its boughs by providing them with calcium from its bark. In return, the tree harvests the nutrients created by the epiphytes through a secondary root system just under its bark.

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Salmon guarding a nest in the Kennedy River, Vancouver Island, BC.

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Salmon guarding a nest in the Kennedy River, Vancouver Island, BC.

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A female sockeye salmon guards her nest in the Kennedy River on Vancouver Island, BC.

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A female sockeye salmon guards her nest in the Kennedy River on Vancouver Island, BC.

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These salmon, which served as food for black bears along Vancouver Island’s Kennedy River, will now decay and become food for the forest.

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This salmon, which served as food for black bears along Vancouver Island’s Kennedy River, will now decay and become food for the forest.

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Salmon swim past a nest in in the Kennedy River, Vancouver Island, BC.

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Salmon swim past a nest in in the Kennedy River, Vancouver Island, BC.

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A female sockeye salmon guards her nest in the Kennedy River on Vancouver Island, BC.

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A female sockeye salmon guards her nest in the Kennedy River on Vancouver Island, BC.

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Male and female sockeye salmon near a nest in the Kennedy River on Vancouver Island, BC.

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A female sockeye salmon guards her nest in the Kennedy River on Vancouver Island, BC.

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A female sockeye salmon guards her nest in the Kennedy River on Vancouver Island, BC.

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A female sockeye salmon guards her nest in the Kennedy River on Vancouver Island, BC.

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A female sockeye salmon guards her nest in the Kennedy River on Vancouver Island, BC.

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A black bear feeds on sockeye salmon on the Kennedy River, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

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A black bear feeds on sockeye salmon on the Kennedy River, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

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A black bear feeds on sockeye salmon on the Kennedy River, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

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A black bear feeds on sockeye salmon on the Kennedy River, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

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A black bear feeds on sockeye salmon on the Kennedy River, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

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A black bear feeds on sockeye salmon on the Kennedy River, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

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A black bear feeds on sockeye salmon on the Kennedy River, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

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A black bear feeds on sockeye salmon on the Kennedy River, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

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