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These conservation success stories remind us that the mass extinction of the world's species doesn't have to be inevitable.
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'We need to come back to the potential of cheetahs to coexist with people.'
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Over the past decade, we've wiped out mammals, birds, amphibians and more. And it's all to our own detriment.
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According to conservationists, the situation for the critically endangered animal has “gone from bad to worse” over the years.
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Here's how you can help fight the decline of bee populations.
Obscure, reclusive pangolins are disappearing from the planet.
Slow and steady preserves the race.
A rare subspecies is being slaughtered for use as a dowry.
"We must not go quietly into this impoverished future."
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Australia’s biodiversity is core to our national identity. We are taught about our amazing wildlife and landscapes from a young age. Ours is a rich natural heritage that is literally vanishing before our eyes.
The Federal Government's list of plants and animals on the brink of extinction has been updated with 49 new additions — but far from being outraged, scientists and environmentalists say this is a pote...