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The Natural Resources Defense Council works to safeguard the earth - its people,
its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
From climate change to kidnappings, the threats are adding up against these tiny, adorable cervids.
Despite global lows in sea ice coverage, too much ice (also caused by climate change) may be to blame for this Antarctica disaster.
Meet the frizzy-haired Tapanuli orangutan, already among the world’s most imperiled great apes.
Nonnative wildlife and pets are running amok in New Zealand, but these canines are part of the solution.
A new study finds that the world’s largest and smallest species are closest to the brink of oblivion.
How do you bring tigers back to a region after decades of extinction? First you rebuild their ecosystem.
Do not underestimate the signal crayfish. It’s both a keystone species and a merciless invader of foreign streams.
The president’s terrible policies could leave an indelible mark on the country’s biological heritage.
When you’re teetering on the brink of extinction, it takes only one flood to wash your species off the map.
After surviving last summer’s Sand Fire, endangered sticklebacks are getting cozy in their new forest.