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A Louisiana-built oil drilling and production platform is carried by a Barge toward the Gulf of Mexico.

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A helicopter moves from rig to rig in one of the most densely structured oil fields along the gulf coast of Louisiana.

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A helicopter moves from rig to rig in one of the most densely structured oil fields along the gulf coast of Louisiana.

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A helicopter moves from rig to rig in one of the most densely structured oil fields along the gulf coast of Louisiana.

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Barges tow an oil rig through the bayou country near Homa, LA.

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Barges tow an oil rig through the bayou country near Homa, LA.

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Barges tow an oil rig through the bayou country near Homa, LA.

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A mother grizzly and her cubs walk on top of an oil pipeline in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. The drilling there has drawn bears into garbage dumps and away from their natural food sources.

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A mother grizzly and her cubs walk on top of an oil pipeline in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. The drilling there has drawn bears into garbage dumps and away from their natural food sources.

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A grizzly bear peers through pipe sections in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.

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A grizzly bear crosses the tundra in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. Industrial development there has led to bears becoming habituated to humans and their garbage, an easy source of food.

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A grizzly bear peers through pipe sections in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.

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A mother grizzly and her cubs walk on top of an oil pipeline in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. The drilling there has drawn bears into garbage dumps and away from their natural food sources.

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A mother grizzly and her cubs walk on top of an oil pipeline in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. The drilling there has drawn bears into garbage dumps and away from their natural food sources.

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Caribou graze amid industrial development in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.

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A caribou grazes next to an oil pipeline in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.

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