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A three-toed sloth clings to an ambaibo tree in Madidi National Park, Bolivia.

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A three-toed sloth clings to an ambaibo tree in Madidi National Park, Bolivia.

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A red-eared guenon (cercopithecus erythrotis) sitting on a vine in the rainforest on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

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A red-eared guenon (Cercopithecus erythrotis) sitting on a vine in the rainforest on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

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A red-eared guenon (Cercopithecus erythrotis) sitting on a vine in the rainforest on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

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Expedition members prepare dinner at the campsite on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

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An expedition guide drinks from the Loari River near Camp Belmonte on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

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An expedition guide drinks from the Loari River near Camp Belmonte on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

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Expedition members carry equipment to shore on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

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Expedition members carry equipment to shore on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

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Expedition members paddle a boat off shore off the coast of Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

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Expedition members talk amongst each other while standing in the rain on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

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A beach scene on the coast of Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

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A biodiversity coordinator for BBPP (Bioko Biodiversity Protection Program) takes photographs on a beach in Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

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A sunrise along the southern coast of Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

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The feet of an expedition guide hiking among leaf litter in the rainforest of Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

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A waterfall along the coast of Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

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Joel Sartore stands on a beach on Bioko Island, Equitorial Guinea with expedition members and guides.

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The feet of an expedition guide hiking among leaf litter and caterpillars in the rainforest of Bioko Island, Equitorial Guinea.

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Just how much equipment does it take to photograph a rainforest? The answer is “about a canoe’s worth.” Shown here is the equipment Joel Sartore used in Madidi National Park, and the dugout canoe used to take it to their destination on the Tuichi River.

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Just how much equipment does it take to photograph a rainforest? The answer is “about a canoe’s worth.” Shown here is the equipment Joel Sartore used in Madidi National Park, and the dugout canoe used to take it to their destination on the Tuichi River.

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A wild jaguar snarls over her meal in Bolivia’s Madidi National Park.

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A wild jaguar snarls over her meal in Bolivia’s Madidi National Park. The wounds in her shoulder are from a fight with another cat.

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A wild jaguar snarls over her meal in Bolivia’s Madidi National Park. The wounds in her shoulder are from a fight with another cat.

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A medicinal plant workshop at the village of Quiandeua along the Capim river in the Brazilian Amazon. Instructors hope to teach villagers the values of the medicinal plants, fruits and game in a healthy, intact forest.

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A medicinal plant workshop at the village of Quiandeua along the Capim river in the Brazilian Amazon. Instructors hope to teach villagers the values of the medicinal plants, fruits and game in a healthy, intact forest.

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Medicines made from rain forest plants provide much needed income for the residents of Quiandeua, a village in the Brazilian Amazon. A medicinal plant workshop led by American Patricia Shanley and her group, “Women of the Forest” helps villagers derive not only good health but income by conserving valuable forest medicinals and fruits.

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A moth blends in perfectly with the bark of a tree in the rainforests of Bolivia’s Madidi National Park.

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Rough-skinned newts rest on a bed of mosses and lichens in the old-growth rainforest of Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island (British Columbia, Canada.)

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Rough-skinned newts rest on a bed of mosses and lichens in the old-growth rainforest of Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island (British Columbia, Canada.)

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Rough-skinned newts rest on a bed of mosses and lichens in the old-growth rainforest of Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island (British Columbia, Canada.)

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Rough-skinned newts rest on a bed of mosses and lichens in the old-growth rainforest of Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island (British Columbia, Canada.)

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Rough-skinned newts rest on a bed of mosses and lichens in the old-growth rainforest of Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island (British Columbia, Canada.)

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Rough-skinned newts rest on a bed of mosses and lichens in the old-growth rainforest of Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island (British Columbia, Canada.)

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Rough-skinned newts rest on a bed of mosses and lichens in the old-growth rainforest of Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island (British Columbia, Canada.)

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Pawprint of a gray wolf surrounded by ferns on the floor of the old-growth rainforest of Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island (British Columbia, Canada.)

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