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Grand Canyon News Week of Apr 10, 2017

The most dangerous selfies ever taken, from the Grand Canyon
After a woman plummeted 60ft from California’s highest bridge while taking a selfie, The Independent rounds up the most extreme photos ever taken

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dangerous selfies grand canyon 2017

There’s a growing trend for extreme selfies / Bradley Ambrose

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Biologists’ research leads to withdrawal of two fish from ‘endangered’ classification
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) withdrew its proposal to list two minnows, the headwater chub and a distinct population segment of the roundtail chub in the Lower Colorado River Basin, as threatened species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) April 6.

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Is a gondola ride in the Grand Canyon’s future? Project stirs concerns about threats to cultural, natural resources
The project is one of many conservationists say could desecrate the region and transform the Grand Canyon from a national park to an amusement park.

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Campgrounds to reopen this month on Tusayan, Williams ranger districts
With summer recreation season rapidly approaching, Kaibab National Forest recreation facilities on the Williams and Tusayan Ranger Districts will open to the public as early as April 15.

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