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With as few as 100 left, Arizona turtle wins endangered species status

The Sonoyta mud turtle is an aquatic species that lives in the Sonoran Desert, a difficult enough existence that experts say is being made harder by climate change. The federal government granted the turtle endangered species status Wednesday. (Photo by George Andrejko/Arizona Game and Fish Department)

The Sonoyta mud turtle is an aquatic species that lives in the Sonoran Desert, a difficult enough existence that experts say is being made harder by climate change. The federal government granted the turtle endangered species status Wednesday. (Photo by George Andrejko/Arizona Game and Fish Department)

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