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      Let's fight! (Photo and caption courtesy Frans Rusli/National Geographic Your Shot) Click here to see more from National Geographic Your Shot. Tree stumps along the shoreline of American Memorial Park in the island of Saipan. The park is getting smaller every day. Topsoil is being washed by waves. These stumps used to be beautiful pine trees.

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