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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.
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.
New research reveals the mistreatment of sharks may be more common than we think, but confusing fishing laws are partly to blame.
Peaceful coexistence will be the key to a wildlife corridor for jaguars spanning 10 countries across the Americas.
It’s date night for white abalone! Get out the buckets, microscopes, and hydrogen peroxide.
Conserving this ancient and slowly reproducing reptile requires playing the long game.
A new study finds that even small smudges of oil can have huge impacts on flight and a bird’s energy budget.
People shop online for a rare root that’s considered holy. What ships instead will make you cringe.
The population and habitat of the bog turtle are shrinking into oblivion.
Rufa red knots rely on Delaware’s horseshoe crab–covered beaches, but climate change and development threaten both species’ survival.
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