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Protecting Displaced Wildlife In A Changing World

by Debbie Stoller

Animals are being displaced from their natural habitats at an alarming rate due to a number of factors, including human activity, climate change, and natural disasters. This has a devastating effect on the animals’ ability to survive and thrive, and it can have far-reaching consequences for ecosystems and human communities. From disappearing habitats to the introduction of invasive species, the impact of displacement on animals and their environment is becoming increasingly evident. There are a number of ways in which we can help protect animals from displacement, from protecting their habitats to restoring and rehabilitating damaged habitats. Awareness and understanding of the issue are also key to finding lasting solutions. It is time for us to take action and ensure that we are doing what we can to protect animals from displacement.

Read the full story by Michael Snyder in our sister paper, the Marina Times, here

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