Amazon Loses Seventeen Percent Of Forest Cover, It Has Caused Impending Species Extinctions

The Brazilian Amazon is home to about 40 percent of the planet’s tropical forests and a staggering amount of biodiversity.

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Critically Endangered Sea Creatures Face Extinction Unless Conservation Zones Are Made Mobile

Satellite tracking devices are now small and affordable enough that they can monitor the precise location, including the depth, of large numbers of sea creatures.

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Bats Are Most Valuable To Farmers & US Agriculture

The existence of the nightly bug munching bats saves the United States agriculture between US$ 3.7 billion dollars to US$ 53 billion dollars annually on pesticides and crop losses.

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Peru – Haven For Still To Be Discovered Species

Peru is the home to one of the biggest forest lands about 700,000 square kilometers (270,270 square miles). It has been known for its Andes mountain range and the Amazon area that covers 60 percent of the country’s territory.

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Saving The Philippine Eagle From Extinction

The Philippine Eagle Foundation (PEF) is a non profit organization dedicated to saving the endangered Philippine Eagle, and is composed of plucky volunteers like retired Lt. Gen. Hotchkiss the foundation president who is solely responsible in preserving, breeding and caring for the birds.

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