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Top Image (Orangutans): Joel Sartore/National Geographic Photo Ark; “Give Now” Section: Steve Winter/National Geographic (Tiger and Cub), Joel Sartore/national geographic (Butterflies); "More Ways to Give" Section (Clockwise from top left): BEVERLY JOUBERT/NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC (LIONESS), BERTIE GREGORY/NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC (OTTERS), COURTESY DESIGN PICS INC (POLAR BEAR), JOEL SARTORE/NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC (EGGS IN NEST), COURTESY DESIGN PICS INC (SEA TURTLE)

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