Megaflyover: Documenting Africa's Last Wild Places

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In this national park in Kenya, the forested area in the photo, protects the trees and soils on top of mountains that host tea plantations on their slopes. "Protected areas like these are crucial because they stabilize the water and soil resources for millions of people who depend on the land for their survival," Mike Fay said.

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—Photograph by J. Michael Fay, copyright National Geographic Society
 
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