PHOTOS: Animals Stopped in Their Tracks by Border Wall?

PHOTOS: Animals Stopped in Their Tracks by Border Wall?
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Photographed during an International League of Conservation Photographers photo expedition, cholla cactuses grow in the Mexico's El Pinacate Biosphere Reserve in January 2009.

The new U.S. border fence is cutting off access to some of the few water sources that animals depend on for survival in the region's deserts, conservationists say.
—Photograph courtesy Jeff Foott
 
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