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Clear-cuts and remnants of rain forest flank the Vanduzi waterfall, on the east side of Mount Gorongosa. The mountain was added to the national park in 2010, but thousands of people still live on it. Many cut firewood to burn for heat and cooking, and many practice slash-and-burn agriculture.

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Local boys collect frogs and dragonflies around Murombodzi waterfall on Mount Gorongosa during a 2011 bioblitz- a two-hour sampling of its wildlife.

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A biologist scales rocks in King’s Canyon National Park’s Sixty Lake Basin, Nevada.

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A biologist scales rocks in King’s Canyon National Park’s Sixty Lake Basin, Nevada.

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Water gushing over Brooks Falls, a favorite of salmon and bears.

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A woman approaches a pool below a waterfall on Bioko Island.

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Young adults bathe in the pool below a waterfall on Bioko Island.

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Young adults bathe in the pool below a waterfall on Bioko Island.

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Young adults bathe in the pool below a waterfall on Bioko Island.

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

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Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai Nat’l Park and Preserve is a popular tourist spot. Bears pack the falls there, catching salmon as they swim upstream.

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Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai Nat’l Park and Preserve is a popular tourist spot. Bears pack the falls there, catching salmon as they swim upstream.

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Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai Nat’l Park and Preserve is a popular tourist spot. Bears pack the falls there, catching salmon as they swim upstream.

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Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai Nat’l Park and Preserve is a popular tourist spot. Bears pack the falls there, catching salmon as they swim upstream.

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A girl stands under a waterfall at an indoor pool in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin.

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A girl stands under a waterfall at an indoor pool in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin.

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A girl stands under a waterfall at an indoor pool in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin.

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Kids play at an indoor pool in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin.

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A salmon with bear claw marks jumps up at Brooks Falls in Alaska.

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A grizzly bear waits with an open mouth for a quick meal inBrooks Falls, Alaska.

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A grizzly bear in Brooks Falls, Katmai National Park, Alaska.

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Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai Nat’l Park and Preserve is a popular tourist spot. Bears pack the falls there, catching salmon as they swim upstream.

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Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai Nat’l Park and Preserve is a popular tourist spot. Bears pack the falls there, catching salmon as they swim upstream. At least, sometimes.

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Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai Nat’l Park and Preserve is a popular tourist spot. Bears pack the falls there, catching salmon as they swim upstream.

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A grizzly bear fishes for salmon at Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai National Park.

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A grizzly bear fishes for salmon at Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai National Park.

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Grizzlies fish for salmon at Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai National Park.

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A grizzly bear feeds on salmon at Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai National Park.

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Grizzlies fish for salmon at Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai National Park.

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Grizzlies fish for salmon at Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai National Park.

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Grizzlies fish for salmon at Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai National Park.

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Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai Nat’l Park and Preserve is a popular tourist spot. Bears pack the falls there, catching salmon as they swim upstream.

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