'National Geographic' snapper wants young people to get into the wild, antelope migration May 19, 2013 Wyoming

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...  National Geographic photographer Joe Riis ...documenting the migration of Wyoming's pronghorn antelopes.  The antelopes have been making the 200km trek _ one of the longest among land mammals _ every autumn from the state's Grand Teton National Park to their winter habitat in the Upper Green River Valley, returning in the spring.  The migration has been taking place for some 6,000 years, but as development has expanded, the antelope now face man-made hurdles, such as fences, roads and housing developments...

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