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A hydroelectric plant in Ethiopia. The country hopes to harness the waters of the Blue Nile to export hydropower and to irrigate crops. Dawit Nida hide caption

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Ethiopia Claims High Ground In Right-To-Nile Debate

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Wildlife biologist Anthony Fischbach observes a tagged walrus near Point Lay, Alaska, earlier this month. Tens of thousands of walruses have come ashore in northwest Alaska because the sea ice they normally rest on has melted. U.S. Geological Survey/AP hide caption

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Biologist Tracks Walruses Forced Ashore As Ice Melts

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Cheetahs walk across a savannah at the Mashatu game reserve in Botswana. Cameron Spencer/Getty Images Europe hide caption

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Wildlife Films: Seeing But Not Always Believing

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