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Protesters assemble at Colorado Springs City Hall for Saturday's March for Science. Photo by Rachel Riley, The Gazette.
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Katy Henderson (right), 12, a sixth-grader at Manitou Springs Middle School, and her teacher Patty Breece (left) plant flowers at the school to commemorate Earth Day on Tuesday April 23, 2002. Breece's sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade students spent Monday and Tuesday sprucing up the landscaping at their school. Jay Janner/The Gazette
This Elkhorn coral (Acropora palmata) near Buck Island, U.S. Virgin Islands, has died and collapsed. As coral reef structure degrades, valuable habitat for marine life is lost and nearby coastlines become more susceptible to storms, waves and erosion. (Curt Storlazzi/U.S. Geological Survey)
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In this photo taken Aug. 4, 2009 file photo, a crop duster sprays a field of crops just outside Headland, Ala. Dow Chemical is pushing the Trump administration to scrap the findings of federal scientists who point to a family of widely used pesticides as harmful to about 1,800 critically threatened or endangered species. (AP Photo/Dave Martin, File)
Buses leave the Mountain Metropolitan Transit's downtown bus on Kiowa Street in Colorado Springs Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Typically, bears begin to emerge anytime from mid-March into April, but warm weather conditions and constant food sources can coax local bears out of hibernation, said Cody Wigner, a district wildlife manager. (Courtesy Colorado Division of Wildlife)
A caution sign on the Cotter Corp. property line warns of radioactive materials. (Gazette file)