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Preservation of the vast diversity of life is a worldwide goal. Researchers in the tropics often share the lifestyle of native inhabitants. Photo: Larry Cartmill

Visit these sites to learn more about attempts throughout the world to safeguard natural ecosystems:

Tropical Database
Man and the Biosphere Fauna Database
Charles Darwin Research Station
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Protected Areas Throughout the World
Rainforest Action Network's Protect-an-Acre Program
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