One of the first images of a living Wallace’s giant bee. Megachile pluto is the world’s largest bee, which is approximately four times larger than a European honeybee. © Clay Bolt : claybolt.com

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Global Wildlife Conservation Gears Up for Expeditions in the New Year...

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Jackson's Climbing Salamander

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Salamander on tree in Guatemala's forest

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