http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/05/endangered_speciesact/

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The Endangered Species Act is credited with saving grizzly bears and more than 200 other animals from extinction. Efforts to chip away at the law persist. The Crow tribespeople call the grizzly bear their ancestor, the Elder Brother who protects their home, which is the land. They have grizzly bear songs, grizzly dances, grizzly names for their children, grizzly lullabies that women sing to infants, and grizzly spirits that guide warrior societies and guard tepees, transform into human beings, and beguile their daughters. So when the United States Fish and Wildlife Service said that grizzly populations in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem—encompassing portions of Wyoming, Montana, and I... Full story

7 days ago, 19 May

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