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The U.S. is home to 190 different species of salamanders. But an exotic disease could threaten them all - unless we act now.
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Manatees, © Jan Reyniers
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Today’s imperiled wildlife species are at a crossroads. Will you help them?
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Help put an end to the brutal practice of shark finning. Join us in calling on FedEx to ban all shipments of shark fins!

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