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Wild wolf resting on the beach in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia.

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A wild wolf forages for food on the beach of Vargas Island, British Columbia, Canada.

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Wild wolf resting on the beach in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia.

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Overview of Chesterman Beach near Tofino, British Columbia (in Clayoquot Sound) at dusk, with a rough tide coming in.

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The trees of Clayoquot Sound’s old-growth rainforest emerge from the mist on Vancouver Island, British Columbia.

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A man looks out over the tide-line at Vargas Island at dawn.

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The waves from Clayoquot Sound’s often-violent storms crush zooplankton in the sea water, releasing oil that creates a foam which covers the shore.

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The sun sets behind a lighthouse on Vargas Island, just off Vancouver Island in British Columbia’s Clayoquot Sound.

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Overview of Chesterman Beach near Tofino, British Columbia (in Clayoquot Sound) at dusk, with a rough tide coming in.

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A mosquito is trapped in the sticky, diminuitive, and carnivorous sundew plant in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia, Canada.

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A mosquito is trapped in the sticky, diminuitive, and carnivorous sundew plant in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia, Canada.

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A mosquito is trapped in the sticky, diminuitive, and carnivorous sundew plant in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia, Canada.

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A mosquito is trapped in the sticky, diminuitive, and carnivorous sundew plant in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia, Canada.

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The sticky, diminuitive, and carnivorous sundew plant in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia, Canada.

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A mosquito is trapped in the sticky, diminuitive, and carnivorous sundew plant in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia, Canada.

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A mosquito is trapped in the sticky, diminuitive, and carnivorous sundew plant in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia, Canada.

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Old-growth rainforests along Vancouver Island’s Clayoquot Sound are home to epiphytic mosses (shown here on a tree branch) and ferns, among many other species.

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Visitors to Vancouver Island search for gray whales in Clayoquot Sound.

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Visitors to Vancouver Island search for gray whales in Clayoquot Sound.

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People relax at Sharp Point Hot Springs on Clayoquot Sound/Vancouver Island, British Columbia.

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Scene from a cookout in Ahouset, a native village on Vancouver Island.

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Scene from a cookout in Ahouset, a native village on Vancouver Island. Salmon is cooked over a fire.

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Aboriginal Canadians row a hand-carved canoe through Clayoquot Sound near Vancouver Island, British Columbia, at dusk.This is as part of “CanoeQuest”, an event that retraces similar trips their ancestors made in the past.

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Aboriginal Canadians row a hand-carved canoe through Clayoquot Sound near Vancouver Island, British Columbia, at dusk.This is as part of “CanoeQuest”, an event that retraces similar trips their ancestors made in the past.

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The banana slug is just one member of the biodiverse community on Clayoquot Sound (Vancouver Island), British Columbia.

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The banana slug is just one member of the biodiverse community on Clayoquot Sound (Vancouver Island), British Columbia.

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The banana slug is just one member of the biodiverse community on Clayoquot Sound (Vancouver Island), British Columbia.

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The banana slug is just one member of the biodiverse community on Clayoquot Sound (Vancouver Island), British Columbia.

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The banana slug is just one member of the biodiverse community on Clayoquot Sound (Vancouver Island), British Columbia.

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The banana slug is just one member of the biodiverse community on Clayoquot Sound (Vancouver Island), British Columbia.

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The banana slug is just one member of the biodiverse community on Clayoquot Sound (Vancouver Island), British Columbia.

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The banana slug is just one member of the biodiverse community on Clayoquot Sound (Vancouver Island), British Columbia.

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The banana slug is just one member of the biodiverse community on Clayoquot Sound (Vancouver Island), British Columbia.

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The banana slug is just one member of the biodiverse community on Clayoquot Sound (Vancouver Island), British Columbia.

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The banana slug is just one member of the biodiverse community on Clayoquot Sound (Vancouver Island), British Columbia.

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The banana slug is just one member of the biodiverse community on Clayoquot Sound (Vancouver Island), British Columbia.

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