Can Audubon’s "Frozen Zoo" Save Endangered Species?
oil covered turtle photo
Audubon retrieves oil-coated turtle from NOAA. Photo: Audubon Nature Institute

With the recent declaration of the rusty grebe extinction, due to a non-native carnivorous snakehead murrel being introduced to its habitat, Lake Alaotra in Madagascar, as well as drowning in nylon fishing nets, there’s no chance of resurrecting it. Unlike Cuba’s Zapata rail, which is critically endangered by the mongoose and catfish – not as long as the Audubon Species … Read the full story on TreeHugger
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