Kids Helping Animals

June 2010
Kids World Magazine;Summer2010, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p8
The article focuses on the steps being taken by the Canadian children to conserve wildlife by raising funds and spreading awareness about various animal issues. It lists several endangered Canadian animals including Beluga Whale, Atlantic Salmon and Rainbow Mussel. It mentions several ways in which animals can be helped including working with organizations to save animals and spreading the word about the cause.


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