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A family of Sandhill Cranes (Grus canadensis) on their nest in a forest meadow in the northern Rocky Mountains. Parental effects on ontogeny play an important role in the ecology and evolution of this long-lived species with a prolonged period of family associations and complex behavioural rituals. (Photograph by Alex Badyaev, tenbestphotos.com.)
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