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This June 10, 2014 photo shows the 18-foot, rust-colored steel U.S-Mexico border fence stands by The Nature Conservancy affecting the organization wildlife conservancy efforts in Brownsville, Texas.  The federal government recently spent $3 million to purchase 1,119 acres of the well-managed land for the benefit of the ocelot after damaging the endangered species' habitat to build 70 miles of fences along the border with Mexico. (AP Photo/Houston Chronicle, Marie D. De Jesus)

This June 10, 2014 photo shows the 18-foot, rust-colored steel U.S-Mexico border fence stands by The Nature Conservancy affecting the organization wildlife conservancy efforts in Brownsville, Texas. The federal government recently spent $3 million to purchase 1,119 acres of the well-managed land for the benefit of the ocelot after damaging the endangered species' habitat to build 70 miles of fences along the border with Mexico. (AP Photo/Houston Chronicle, Marie D. De Jesus)

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