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Living Treasure: Saving Earth's Threatened…

Living Treasure: Saving Earth's Threatened Biodiversity

by Laurence P. Pringle

Other authors: Irene Brady (Illustrator)

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Rain forests and other natural environments are being destroyed at an incredible rate, and with them much of Earth's rich diversity of life. Laurence Pringle examines this threat to our future survival. He discusses why this terrible loss of life must end, how it reached such enormous proportions, and what we can do to halt it.

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Discusses the rich variety of life on earth, the origins of such diversity, its rapid loss, and how to save organisms from extinction.

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