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Photo of a Cape sugarbird resting on a protea flower.

A Cape sugarbird rests on a protea flower in Kirstenbosch Gardens, South Africa.

Credit: Adam Wilson, University of Connecticut


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Time-lapse video of scientists conducting surveys in South Africa to track biodiversity changes.

Credit: Adam Wilson, University of Connecticut

 

Photo of Protea obtusifolia.

Protea obtusifolia, it's called. It and other similar protea species live in South Africa.

Credit: Kent Holsinger, University of Connecticut


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Photo of a large protea flower.

A large protea flower in Franschhoek Pass, South Africa.

Credit: Adam Wilson, University of Connecticut


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Photo of Pelargoniums.

Pelargoniums, or geraniums, thrive in South Africa's Baviaanskloof Nature Reserve.

Credit: Cynthia Jones, University of Connecticut


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Photo of biologist Ross Turner on a protea-laden ridge on the Cape of good Hope, South Africa.

Biologist Ross Turner on a protea-laden ridge on the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa.

Credit: Adam Wilson, University of Connecticut


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