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Longspurred Mint Robin's Balm Florida Endangered Species

Longspurred Mint Robin's Balm Florida Endangered Species

Florida manatee (Trichechus manatus), Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge, Florida by USFWS Endangered Species

Florida manatee (Trichechus manatus), Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge, Florida by USFWS Endangered Species

Geneticist says Florida panther still deserves endangered species protection http://www.dailycommercial.com/news/20170709/geneticist-says-florida-panther-still-deserves-endangered-species-protection?utm_campaign=crowdfire&utm_content=crowdfire&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest #ttt #tot #florida #animalrights

Geneticist says Florida panther still deserves endangered species protection http://www.dailycommercial.com/news/20170709/geneticist-says-florida-panther-still-deserves-endangered-species-protection?utm_campaign=crowdfire&utm_content=crowdfire&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest #ttt #tot #florida #animalrights

Tiburon Mariposa Lily (Calochortus tiburonensis)

Tiburon Mariposa Lily (Calochortus tiburonensis) A rare and endangered species that grows only on Ring Mountain in Tiburon., CA, USA

2014-12-17 - Center for Biological Diversity - Renowned Climate Scientist Aradhna Tripati Honored With E.O. Wilson Award

2014-12-17 - Center for Biological Diversity - Renowned Climate Scientist Aradhna Tripati Honored With E.O. Wilson Award

Florida Panther  A 1989 census indicated that the Florida panther population had dropped to between 30 to 50 individuals. This decline was the result of habitat loss, degradation and fragmentation. Today, the species population is still below 100 individuals, but without Endangered Species Act protections the panther would likely be extinct. These protections include captive breeding, habitat protection, wildlife underpass construction and the introduction of Texas cougars to prevent…

Florida Panther A 1989 census indicated that the Florida panther population had dropped to between 30 to 50 individuals. This decline was the result of habitat loss, degradation and fragmentation. Today, the species population is still below 100 individuals, but without Endangered Species Act protections the panther would likely be extinct. These protections include captive breeding, habitat protection, wildlife underpass construction and the introduction of Texas cougars to prevent…

Florida Panther  A 1989 census indicated that the Florida panther population had dropped to between 30 to 50 individuals. This decline was the result of habitat loss, degradation and fragmentation. Today, the species population is still below 100 individuals, but without Endangered Species Act protections the panther would likely be extinct. These protections include captive breeding, habitat protection, wildlife underpass construction and the introduction of Texas cougars to prevent…

Florida Panther A 1989 census indicated that the Florida panther population had dropped to between 30 to 50 individuals. This decline was the result of habitat loss, degradation and fragmentation. Today, the species population is still below 100 individuals, but without Endangered Species Act protections the panther would likely be extinct. These protections include captive breeding, habitat protection, wildlife underpass construction and the introduction of Texas cougars to prevent…

Big Pine Key.  The deer are the tiniest deer I have ever seen and are an endangered species.  $10,000 fine if you hit one!!  The speed limit is like 10 mph through here...one night I saw why!!!  They were so cute!!!  Luckily I was paying attention!

Big Pine Key. The deer are the tiniest deer I have ever seen and are an endangered species. $10,000 fine if you hit one!! The speed limit is like 10 mph through here...one night I saw why!!! They were so cute!!! Luckily I was paying attention!

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