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Listening to Nature
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African Wildlife Foundation
» Protecting Africa's unique wildlife and habitats since 1961.

Alaska Rainforest Campaign
» A consortium of national and local conservation groups that work to protect Alaska's open lands.

Alliance for the Wild Rockies
» Preserving the northern Rockies natural habitat.

Amazon Interactive
» Learn about and explore the geography of the Ecuadorian Amazon.

AmericanLands
» Learn of and speak out about environmental issues.

AmericanRivers
» Learn about US rivers and how you can improve them.

APECA
» The Association Promoting Education and Conservation in Amazonia.

Bay Area Discovery Museum
» Opportunities for discoveries in art, science and media.

Environmental Federation of Oklahoma
» For the creation and implementation of state and federal environmental laws/policies.

Environmental Information India
» Environmental Information Centre India offers quality environmental data and information on environmental regulations in India.

Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences
» Conservation organization using science to aid the environment.

Seattle Earthwatch Homepage
» Learn of events, contact info, volunteer opportunities with animals and environment.

Tibetan Plateau Project
» Promotes sustainable biodiversity and development through the Tibetan Plateau region.


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Green Fact:
Even though frogs are amphibious, and spend much of their time submerged in water, they never swallow a drop. Instead, frogs absorbing oxygen via their skin while underwater. Moisture is imperative for this process to occur.
 
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