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Guess What Else the Border Wall Keeps Out 

President Trump’s proposed 2,000-mile long, 30-foot high border wall would obstruct more than the landscape. It could bring an end to the species that live in its path.    

This photo shows a Jaguar photographed by a motion-detection camera in the Dos Cabezas Mountains in southern Arizona. The Center for Biological Diversity and U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva filed what they said is the first federal lawsuit on Wednesday, April 12, 2017, in Tucson against the proposed border wall. Wildlife conservationists said the wall would be detrimental to rare animals such as jaguars and ocelots that are known to traverse the international line. (Bureau of Land Management/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service via AP, File)

This photo shows a Jaguar photographed by a motion-detection camera in the Dos Cabezas Mountains in southern Arizona. The Center for Biological Diversity and U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva filed what they said is the first federal lawsuit on Wednesday, April 12, 2017, in Tucson against the proposed border wall. Wildlife conservationists said the wall would be detrimental to rare animals such as jaguars and ocelots that are known to traverse the international line. (Bureau of Land Management/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service via AP, File)

 

What is Trump on Earth?

Trump on Earth is a new podcast exploring the environment in the Trump era. It is produced by The Allegheny Front, an environmental reporting project based in Pittsburgh, and Point Park University’s Environmental Journalism program.