Endangered animals update

December 1995
Current Health 1;Dec95, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p17
Offers information on endangered animal species in the United States. Natural causes of extinction; Each animal's effect on the web of life; Examples of biodiversity; Increase in buffalo populations; US Fish and Wildlife Service's recovery programs for endangered animals; Ways to protect endangered animals and their habitats.


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