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  1. Endangered Species

  2. Endangered or Threatened Birds (Texas Parks and Wildlife)
      Provides short descriptions and photos of the birds. 2-00

  3. Endangered Species (Kids' Planet)
      Provides factsheets on endangered species, by region of the world.

  4. Endangered Species Sources (EE-Link)
      Provides sources of information on endangered species, as well as related links on facts, policies, laws, and treaties. 5-00

  5. Endangered Species Traffic (Traffic 2000)
      Provides news and facts to reduce traffic in endangered species. 5-00

  6. Endangered Species

  7. Endangered Species Act Provisions Opposed (
      Reports that the Bush administration seeks to "eliminate a provision of the Endangered Species Act that allows private groups to sue the Department of the Interior to add plants and animals to the official 'endangered' list...." 5-01

  8. Endangered Species Worksheets (AbcTeach)
      Provides dozens of printable worksheets by type of species. 8-01

  9. Coral Reefs Endangered by Global Warming (International Herald Tribune - Richardson)
      Discusses the reasons coral reefs are in danger from human activities, including global warming resulting from human activities. Discusses the many values of the reefs, such as protecting over 500 million people from sea surges and storms along coasts. "Fish caught around coral reefs are an important source of food for hundreds of millions of people, especially in the developing world, many of whom have no other source of animal protein." "Reefs are also home to an extraordinary variety of marine plants and animals, including a quarter of all marine fish species" 5-02

  10. Gorillas Endangered Species Program (
      Provides news and programs to support endangered gorillas. "The largest of the great apes, gorillas are among our most endangered species. Having endured decades of civil war in the region, gorillas are confronted by the devastating consequences of increased habitat loss, poaching for the bushmeat trade and the spread of dangerous diseases like Ebola." 12-03

  11. -11-17-04 Study: Endangered Species List Growing at Alarming Rate (MSNBC News)
      "Current extinction rates are at least 100 to 1,000 times higher than natural rates found in the fossil record, the report stated. The data were released as 3,500 delegates gathered in Bangkok, Thailand, for a World Conservation Union conference focused on halting what's deemed an extinction crisis."

      "The report concluded that humans are the main reason for most species' declines." 11-04

  12. 01-15-07 Top Ten EDGE Species (MSNBC News)
      "Scientists launched a bid Tuesday to save some of the world’s rarest and most neglected creatures from extinction."

      " 'We are focusing on EDGE species — that means they are Evolutionarily Distinct and Globally Endangered,' said Zoological Society of London scientist Jonathan Baillie. 01-07

  13. Endangered Dolphin Probably Extinct (MSNBC News)
      "The long-threatened Yangtze River dolphin in China is probably extinct, according to an international team of researchers who said this would mark the first whale or dolphin to be wiped out due to human activity." 08-07

  14. Seed Project to Preserve Species (
      Describes the British project to save many species of plants from extinction by development of a huge seed bank. 11-00

  15. Seed Project to Preserve Species (
      "The National Center for Genetic Resources Preservation (NCGRP) conserves genetic resources of crops and animals important to US agriculture and landscapes. Preservation of genetic diversity in ex situ genebanks such as NCGRP is important for conservation of biological diversity and utilization of genetic resources for economic and environmental sustainability. Formerly called the National Seed Storage Laboratory (NSSL), our facility changed its name in 2001 to reflect an expanded mission beyond seed storage. In addition to being a seed bank, NCGRP is a repository for animal genetic resources in the form of semen and plant genetic resources in the form of graftable buds or in vitro plantlets. Genetic resources are preserved using state-of-the-art technology that often involves cryogenics. A research team with cryobiology expertise works to develop cryopreservation technologies." 12-07

  16. Endangered Species (
      Provides resources on endangered species. 01-09

  17. Wildlife Conservation (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)
      "Access the latest publication of listed animals and listed plants as published in the Government Printing Office's Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants 50 eCFR 17.11 and 17.12, which is updated daily."

  18. National Wildlife Federation
      Provides programs to protect endangered habitats, wetlands, endangered species, and more.

  19. Chimpanzees (Oakland Zoo)
      Provides facts and pictures of chimpanzees, especially the endangered bonobo or pygmy chimpanzee.

  20. Primates in Peril (BBC News)
      Provides an update on the extinction of primates. 5-00

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