Dead trees, Laguna Esmeralda, Ushuaia, Argentina
Dead trees, killed by flooding due to beaver dams. In Patagonia, beavers are an invasive species that were introduced from Canada in 1946. A small group of beavers were brought as part of a plan to establish a fur trade but now number up to 100,000 and have no natural predators in the region.
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