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  • Dragon Tale

    Dragon Tale

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    A pangolin rescued from poachers near Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique.

  • Single Mother

    Single Mother

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    A queen bee may produce as many as 60,000 offspring during her lifetime.

  • Lionfish Invasion

    Lionfish Invasion

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    Two species of lionfish, the red lionfish (Pterois volitans) and the common lionfish (Pterois miles), have been established as invasive species off the East Coast of the United States and in the Caribbean.

  • Following the Matriarch

    Following the Matriarch

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    A herd of elephants moving across the floodplain grassland of Gorongosa National Park.

  • To Boldly Go

    To Boldly Go

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    A green sea turtle hatchling makes a break for the South Atlantic Ocean from the beach on Ascension Island at sunset.

  • Primate in a Pumpkin

    Primate in a Pumpkin

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    The Aye-Aye is a nocturnal lemur, a member of a group of primates that live only on the island of Madagascar. 

  • Save Our Sawfish

    Save Our Sawfish

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    A smalltooth sawfish (Pristis pectinata) patrols the murky waters of the Everglades National Park in Florida.

  • Warthog Love

    Warthog Love

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    Warthog mothers look after their young in small family groups.

  • Putting Crocs on the Map

    Putting Crocs on the Map

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    One of the largest populations of Nile crocodiles in Africa congregates on the beaches of Lake Urema in Gorongosa National Park.

  • Biodiversity Rediscovered

    Biodiversity Rediscovered

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    Gorongosa’s spiky pillbug had not been seen for 50 years.

  • On Their Way Back

    On Their Way Back

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    Zebras on the move in a remote area of Gorongosa National Park in 2006.

  • Putting Food on the Table

    Putting Food on the Table

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    Weaver ants labor to carry a live land snail back to their nest in Gorongosa National Park.

  • Biodiversity at Your Fingertips

    Biodiversity at Your Fingertips

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    Gorongosa National Park is rich in diverse species including some found only in and near the park, like this pygmy chameleon.