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EditPhoto Title:The "Lost City of the Monkey God"
EditPhoto Description:Researchers explored a remote, rugged jungle in Honduras — here’s what they found
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EditPhoto Alt Text:Morpho butterflies, such as the above Morpho helenor, are among the largest butterflies in the world, with wings spanning from five to eight inches. Morpho butterflies are affected by habitat degradation, and are sought out by butterfly collectors from around the world.
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EditPhoto Description:ELLE is partnering with Conservation International to highlight women on a mission to fight climate change
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EditPhoto Title:Are protected areas protected?
EditPhoto Description:The largest study of legal changes to protected areas shows rollbacks are on the rise
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EditPhoto Title:A New VR Experience
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EditPhoto Alt Text:A computer-generated Leatherback Turtle for the new social VR experience "Drop in the Ocean".
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People need nature — and for over 30 years, Conservation International has worked to protect it. Through cutting-edge science, innovative pol​​icy and global reach, we empower people to protect the nature that we rely on for food, fresh water and livelihoods.

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