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May 30, 2014
Former rancher Kelly Jensen shows off his belt buckle at the front yard of his log house in Alamo, Nevada...
Alamo, UNITED STATES
Former rancher Jensen shows off his belt buckle at his log house in Alamo, Nevada
Former rancher Kelly Jensen shows off his belt buckle at the front yard of his log house in Alamo, Nevada May 3, 2014. When the U.S. government declared the Mojave desert tortoise an endangered species in 1989, it effectively marked the cattle ranchers of Nevada's Clark County for extinction. Rancher Cliven Bundy once had neighbors on the range: when the tortoise was listed, there were about 50 cattle-ranching families in the county. Some of them fought court battles to stay, rejecting the idea their cattle posed a danger to the tortoises. But, one by one, they slowly gave up and disappeared. Picture taken May 3, 2014. To match Insight USA-RANCHERS/NEVADA-TORTOISES/ REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW ENVIRONMENT)
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