Wild Places & Wildlife

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Species at Risk
Though they’re the state animal, only 100 to 160 of these big cats remain in a single population in south Florida.
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Wildlife trafficking affects more than 300 different species trafficked to the United States from Latin America. It is so global in nature that even illegal ivory enters the United States from Latin America!

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