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The Last 3 Of The World's Rarest Rhinos Are Unable To Breed
Ebola Could Deal A Death Blow To Africa's Wildlife
Africa on the Edge
CEO, Born Free USA
Since the nature and aggressiveness of poaching has changed dramatically, some African countries have chosen to utilize not only law enforcement agencies, but also the national army, in combating this brutal practice.
Why Helping People Is Key to Saving the Endangered Cheetah
Dr. Laurie Marker
Founder and executive director, Cheetah Conservation Fund
If the cheetah loses its race for survival, the American Prong-horn Antelope will become the fastest land mammal, and all those textbooks naming the cheetah as the fastest land animal will need to be changed.
Author, 'The Lost River'
So many of the once secret paradises of the world are overrun with resorts and tourist dollars that it is easy to appreciate this uninterrupted view of the wild.
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