Saving Odd Species

August 2007
National Geographic;Aug2007, Vol. 212 Issue 2, preceding p32
The article reports on efforts by the Zoological Society of London to identify and protect unique animal species that are threatened. Their program is called EDGE, which stands for Evolutionary Distinct and Globally Endangered. They hope to raise funds to implement conservation of the top 100 species of mammals endangered. INSET: And the Losers Are....


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