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Penta flowers (Pentas lanceolata) at Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Key Largo, Florida.

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A federally-endangered Key Largo cotton mouse (Peromyscus gossypinus allapaticola), Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Key Largo, Florida. This animal now numbers fewer than 1,000, and like all wildlife in the Florida Keys, it could be lost for good when ocean levels rise and flood their island home.

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A federally-endangered Key Largo wood rat, Neotoma floridana smalli, Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Key Largo, Florida. There are approximately 250 or fewer of these animals left.

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A federally-endangered Key Largo wood rat, Neotoma floridana smalli, Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Key Largo, Florida. There are approximately 250 or fewer of these animals left.

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A federally-endangered Key Largo wood rat, Neotoma floridana smalli, Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Key Largo, Florida. There are approximately 250 or fewer of these animals left.

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A Stock Island tree snail (Orthalicus reses reses), a federally-threatened species.

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A Stock Island tree snail (Orthalicus reses reses), a federally-threatened species.

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A Stock Island tree snail (Orthalicus reses reses), a federally-threatened species.

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Southeastern beach mouse (Peromyscus polionotus niveiventris) from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station/Kennedy Space Center. This species is federally-threatened and it lives along the Atlantic coast of central Florida. There a few thousand left.

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Banded tree snail (Orthalicus floridensis) from Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge on Key Largo.

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Banded tree snail (Orthalicus floridensis) from Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge on Key Largo.

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Banded tree snail (Orthalicus floridensis) from Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge on Key Largo.

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Liguus tree snail (Liguus fasciatus) at Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Key Largo, Florida.

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A semaphore cactus, Opuntia leucotricha, a federally-endangered plant species.

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A semaphore cactus, Opuntia leucotricha, a federally-endangered plant species.

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A semaphore cactus, Opuntia leucotricha, a federally-endangered plant species.

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A federally-endangered Key Largo wood rat (Neotoma floridana smalli). There are approximately 250 or fewer of these animals left.

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A federally endangered key tree cactus (Pilosocereus robinii), a species found only in Key Largo.

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A Stock Island tree snail (Orthalicus reses reses), a federally-threatened species.

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A federally threatened Stock Island tree snail (Orthalicus reses reses).

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A federally-endangered Key Largo cotton mouse (Peromyscus gossypinus allapaticola). This animal now numbers fewer than 1,000, and like all wildlife in the Florida Keys, it could be lost for good when ocean levels rise and flood their island home.

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A federally-endangered Key Largo cotton mouse (Peromyscus gossypinus allapaticola). This animal now numbers fewer than 1,000, and like all wildlife in the Florida Keys, it could be lost for good when ocean levels rise and flood their island home.

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A federally-endangered Key Largo wood rat (Neotoma floridana smalli). There are approximately 250 or fewer of these animals left.

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A close up of a banded tree snail (Orthalicus floridensis) from Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge on Key Largo.

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A close up of a banded tree snail (Orthalicus floridensis) from Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge on Key Largo.

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A close up of a banded tree snail (Orthalicus floridensis) from Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge on Key Largo.

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A Liguus tree snail (Liguus fasciatus) at Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Key Largo, FL.

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A Liguus tree snail (Liguus fasciatus) at Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Key Largo, FL.

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A Key Largo woodrat (Neotoma floridana) (US: Endangered) at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Fewer than 250 adults are believed left in the wild, in just two parcels of public land on Key Largo. Captive breeding efforts are underway at both Disney’s Animal Kingdom and the Lowry Park Zoo in Tampa, thought the captive population still numbers less than 50 animals.

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A Key Largo woodrat (Neotoma floridana) (US: Endangered) at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Fewer than 250 adults are believed left in the wild, in just two parcels of public land on Key Largo. Captive breeding efforts are underway at both Disney’s Animal Kingdom and the Lowry Park Zoo in Tampa, thought the captive population still numbers less than 50 animals.

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A Key Largo woodrat (Neotoma floridana) (US: Endangered) at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Fewer than 250 adults are believed left in the wild, in just two parcels of public land on Key Largo. Captive breeding efforts are underway at both Disney’s Animal Kingdom and the Lowry Park Zoo in Tampa, thought the captive population still numbers less than 50 animals.

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A Key Largo woodrat (Neotoma floridana) (US: Endangered) at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Fewer than 250 adults are believed left in the wild, in just two parcels of public land on Key Largo. Captive breeding efforts are underway at both Disney’s Animal Kingdom and the Lowry Park Zoo in Tampa, thought the captive population still numbers less than 50 animals.

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A Key Largo woodrat (Neotoma floridana) (US: Endangered) at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Fewer than 250 adults are believed left in the wild, in just two parcels of public land on Key Largo. Captive breeding efforts are underway at both Disney’s Animal Kingdom and the Lowry Park Zoo in Tampa, thought the captive population still numbers less than 50 animals.

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The endangered Stock Island tree snail in a housing development in Key Largo, Florida. The snail has been extinct in its native key, Stock Island, for years.

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The endangered Stock Island tree snail in a housing development in Key Largo, Florida. The snail has been extinct in its native key, Stock Island, for years.

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