Croatia’s Plan To Channel Stretch of Danube River Endanger Its Pristine Habitat

The plan to channel 53 kilometers (33 miles) stretch of the Danube near the Serbian border would destroy natural banks and turn the river into ‘a lifeless channel’ threatening fish and bird populations, according to World Wildlife Fund (WWF).

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Forty Five Rare Species In Australia To Go Extinct?

Scientists warned that in two decades time some forty five rare species of animals in Australia would go extinct unless countermeasures is in place to stop the threats.

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Solar Power Projects Threaten To Encroach Imperiled Desert Animals

The Quechan Indian Tribe sued the United States government over its approval of a second Tessera power plant, contending that the 709 megawatt Imperial Valley Solar Project would harm the flat tailed horned lizard, an animal proposed for endangered species protection.

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