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EVERGLADES, FL - DECEMBER 3: Endangered wood storks take flight off tree limbs in the Florida Everglades National Park. The wood stork is the only stork species that breeds in North America. Modern water control programs have so greatly changed the flooding and drying patterns of the Everglades, that the wood stork population has dropped 90% since the 1960s. (Photo by Mary Knox Merrill/The Christian Science Monitor via Getty Images)
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EVERGLADES, FL - DECEMBER 3: Endangered wood storks take flight off tree limbs in the Florida Everglades National Park. The wood stork is the only stork species that breeds in North America. Modern water control programs have so greatly changed the flooding and drying patterns of the Everglades, that the wood stork population has dropped 90% since the 1960s. (Photo by Mary Knox Merrill/The Christian Science Monitor via Getty Images)
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