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Australia Sets Aside 30% of Land Mass to Protect its Unique Species

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Joining the United States and a number of other countries, Australian officials have committed to preserve 30% of the continent’s landmass in a natural state for conservation. The news was announced Tuesday from Environment Minster Tanya Plibersek, as part of a program called the Threatened Species Action Plan: Towards Zero Extinctions. By prioritizing 110 species […]

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