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A young woman stand in front of “Zaanse Schans”, a historic windmill area, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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A young woman stand in front of “Zaanse Schans”, a historic windmill area, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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A young woman stand in front of “Zaanse Schans”, a historic windmill area, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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A young woman stand in front of “Zaanse Schans”, a historic windmill area, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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A young woman stand in front of “Zaanse Schans”, a historic windmill area, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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A young woman stand in front of “Zaanse Schans”, a historic windmill area, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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A young woman stand in front of “Zaanse Schans”, a historic windmill area, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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A young woman stand in front of “Zaanse Schans”, a historic windmill area, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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Helicopters deliver park staff to a remote slope of the mountain. To protect the wildebeests and African buffalo reintroduced to Gorongosa, the park has hired guards to patrol and prevent more poaching. This park once sheltered one of the richest arrays of large animals in the world.

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A dust devil springs up near the Pan-American Highway in Chile’s Atacama Desert.

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A dust devil springs up near the Pan-American Highway in Chile’s Atacama Desert.

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A dust devil springs up near the Pan-American Highway in Chile’s Atacama Desert.

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A dust devil springs up near the Pan-American Highway in Chile’s Atacama Desert.

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An aerial of the Bowden natural gas drilling area along the MIlk river northeast of Malta, Montana.

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A biologist holds a bat that was killed by a wind turbine on a wind farm in southwest Pennsylvania. Biologists calculate that an average of 32 bats and nearly 5 birds are killed per turbine per season here, having a deadly effect on migrating wildlife.

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One turbine’s deadly harvest: biologists calculate that on average, 32 bats and five birds are killed in one season by each turbine on this wind farm in southwest Pennsylvania. Big birds aren’t immune, as this red-tailed hawk (Buteo jamaicensis) shows.

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Aerials of the world’s largest wind farm near Abilene, TX. The farm spreads out over 47,000 acres in Nolan and Taylor Counties in Texas. There are more than 500 turbines in this development, which sprawls over farmland, pasture and mesquite and juniper scrub. Environmentalists are quite concerned that wind turbines are killing increasing numbers of migrating bats and birds.

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Aerials of the world’s largest wind farm near Abilene, TX. The farm spreads out over 47,000 acres in Nolan and Taylor Counties in Texas. There are more than 500 turbines in this development, which sprawls over farmland, pasture and mesquite and juniper scrub. Environmentalists are quite concerned that wind turbines are killing increasing numbers of migrating bats and birds.

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Aerials of the world’s largest wind farm near Abilene, TX. The farm spreads out over 47,000 acres in Nolan and Taylor Counties in Texas. There are more than 500 turbines in this development, which sprawls over farmland, pasture and mesquite and juniper scrub. Environmentalists are quite concerned that wind turbines are killing increasing numbers of migrating bats and birds.

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A windmill farm near Laverne, Oklahoma. These farms are badly fragmenting much needed habitat for grassland birds, especially the imperiled lesser prairie-chicken.

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A windmill farm near Laverne, Oklahoma. These farms are badly fragmenting much needed habitat for grassland birds, especially the imperiled lesser prairie-chicken.

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A windmill farm near Laverne, Oklahoma. These farms are badly fragmenting much needed habitat for grassland birds, especially the imperiled lesser prairie-chicken.

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A windmill farm near Laverne, Oklahoma. These farms are badly fragmenting much needed habitat for grassland birds, especially the imperiled lesser prairie-chicken.

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A windmill farm near Laverne, Oklahoma. These farms are badly fragmenting much needed habitat for grassland birds, especially the imperiled lesser prairie-chicken.

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Bison graze at Fort Niobrara National Wildlife Refuge in Nebraska.

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Cotton grass blows in the wind in Alaska’s North Slope.

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Windmills in Southwest Kansas. These wind machines use blades to collect the wind’s kinetic energy.

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Windmills in Southwest Kansas. These wind machines use blades to collect the wind’s kinetic energy.

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Windmills in Southwest Kansas. These wind machines use blades to collect the wind’s kinetic energy.

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A young girl on the ferry from Long Beach to Catalina Island, CA.

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A young girl on the ferry from Long Beach to Catalina Island, CA.

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