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Shark Rescue

The oceanic whitetip shark was once one of the most abundant sharks, observed often throughout its vast, worldwide range.

But the population of this magnificent shark has declined by an estimated 85% in the Pacific Ocean and 67% in the Atlantic Ocean.

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Clean Coastlines

Most of America's tidal coastlines are collection points for trash and storm debris and have never been cleaned up, and wildlife is suffering because of it.

By removing the trash and debris, we can reduce sea turtle and shorebird deaths. In doing so, shrimp and baby fish populations increase inside tidal marshes.

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Help Save the Black Rhino

The critically endangered black rhino is suffering a great decline in population and genetic diversity, dropping by an estimated 97% since 1960. There are now fewer than 5,000 left and they are only found in five African countries: South Africa, Namibia, Kenya, Zimbabwe and Tanzania. Rhinos play an important role in these countries; they bring in large amounts of income from tourism and are vital to the ecosystem.

We must do what we can to save the black rhino, and others like it.

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