Much of the Earth is still wild, but threatened by fragmentation


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Seismic lines dissect northern Alberta, Canada.
Photo by Roland Roesler
Half of the Earth's land surface not covered with ice remains relatively wild—but many of these "low human-impact" areas are broken into small, isolated pieces, threatening their future. Story here.

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