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  • Fight or Flight. Photograph by Corey Arnold

    Corey Arnold Looks Wildlife Straight in the Eye

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  • The main thing tortoises on Aldabra need to survive is shade—if they are not in a cool space by mid-morning they cook in their shells. Photograph by Thomas P. Peschak

    Photographing Giant Tortoises on an Island That Wants to Kill You

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  • After walking almost 1,700 miles across the heart of the Australian Outback, Davidson and her camels arrived at the Indian Ocean. Never having seen a body of water larger than a puddle before, her camels were mesmerized. Photograph by Rick Smolan/Against All Odds Productions

    Rick Smolan’s Trek with TRACKS, from Australian Outback to Silver Screen

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  • Hullamatou Ceesay, 31, is the mother of nine children. She commonly gets food from the local pantry called Part of the Solution, or POTS, and shares it with her sister Kadijatou Ceesay, 42, who is a single mother of eight children. Photograph by Stephanie Sinclair

    Stephanie Sinclair on Hunger in America: The City

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  • Kitra Cahana on Hunger in America: The Suburbs

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  • Kristin Hahn and her grandmother, Janet Groven, visit a weekly soup kitchen in Charles City, Iowa.

    Amy Toensing on Hunger in America: Iowa’s Breadbasket

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    Like Father, Like Son: Creating Art In A Time Of Troubles

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  • Photo by Katie Hayes Luke,

    ‘Suicide By Cop’ Leads Soldier On Chase Of His Life

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  • Sgt. Victor Medina, a decorated combat veteran, suffered a mild traumatic brain injury during a roadside blast in Iraq. Since the explosion, he has had trouble reading, comprehending and doing simple tasks. Despite his injuries, Medina and his wife Roxana had to battle the military to receive appropriate care. Photo by Blake Gordon.

    With Traumatic Brain Injuries, Soldiers Face Battle For Care

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  • Levon Brooks was wrongfully convicted of raping and murdering a three-year-old girl in Noxubee County, Mississippi in 1990. Photo by John Poole.

    Wrongfully Convicted: Flawed Autopsies Send Two Innocent Men To Jail

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