Fighting to Survive

Wiseman, Carolyn
October 2002
Book Links;Oct/Nov2002, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p58
Discusses the protection of endangered marine animals in the United States. Laws designed to protect endangered species; Focus of research, rescue and rehabilitation efforts.


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