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View Resource Impala (Aepyceros melampus) graze in a grassy patch in the Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, South Africa.

Impala (Aepyceros melampus) graze on grass in the Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, South Africa. Grass is a major component of the diet of impala and several other species abundant in the park. A recent study...

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View Resource A Red Knot foraging for bivalves in mud exhibits its ability to flex the tips of its upper mandible (rhynchokinesis).

Red Knots (Calidris canutus) feed on bivalves that live buried in mud. Using their smart bill tip, Red Knots are able to find such hard-shelled prey very efficiently. Red Knots are highly gregarious,...

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View Resource A wolf (Canis lupus) in the snow in Banff National Park, which was recolonized by wolves in the 1980s.

The Bow Valley in Banff National Park, Canada, was recolonized by wolves (Canis lupus) in the mid-1980s, although wolves did not establish themselves in areas near the growing town of Banff. This...

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View Resource The sunset wrasse (Thalassoma grammaticum), one of many shorefish species endemic to the isolated Tropical Eastern Pacific.

The sunset wrasse (Thalassoma grammaticum) is one of over 700 shorefishes endemic to the Tropical Eastern Pacific, an isolated tropical marine region with a high level of endemism (>70%) among its...

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View Resource Eucalyptus trees (Eucalyptus largiflorens) killed by prolonged flooding of the Menindee Lakes to create storage reservoirs.

A photo of the Menindee Lakes in arid Australia depicts floodplain eucalyptus trees (Eucalyptus largiflorens) that were killed by prolonged flooding after the lakes were made into storage reservoirs...

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