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Mexican gray wolf (captive), © Wolf Conservation Center
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Unless more lobos are released into the wild soon, we could lose these creatures forever.
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Thresher shark, © Bearacreative/iStockphoto
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The U.S. has a critical role to play in protecting species that are being driven to the brink.
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Orca, © Sethakan/istockphoto
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Fewer than 100 Southern Resident orcas survive today, and their future is uncertain. But a new bill in Congress could bring much-needed attention to the plight of these unique and endangered creatures.

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