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The endangered Pima pineapple cactus (inset) is a prolific part of life in a 4,000-acre area where American Nevada wants to build 15,000 homes. Greeting all current and future homeowners are the monolithic mining tailings that are visible from Interstate 19 and line Helmet Peak Road.

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