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IMAGE IMAGE: A BORDER FENCE STRETCHES INTO THE DISTANCE. view more CREDIT: MATT CLARK / DEFENDERS OF WILDLIFE Amidst increased tensions over the US-Mexico border, a multinational group of over 2500 scientists have endorsed an article cautioning that a hardened barrier may produce devastating ecological effects while hampering binational conservation efforts.
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