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Major Ireland tourism initiative to turn national parks into world class visitor experiences - Blooloop


Blooloop
“They are truly the Wild Heart of Ireland and each site contains unique habitats, flora and fauna, as well as dramatically different landscapes.” She said the aim was not only to attract more visitors but also to “ensure the long term protection of the ...

Letter: Let wolves return for the sake of Utah's ecology and true hunting - Salt Lake Tribune


Salt Lake Tribune
Utah's “mule deer protection act” is absurd. Of course, mule deer don't need protection from their natural predators. They coevolved with predators long before humans migrated to North America. Ironically, those who value authentic hunting need to be ...

Belt and Road countries to jointly protect biodiversity - Xinhua


Xinhua
Over 300 scientists from countries in South, Southeast, and Central Asia adopted a declaration on biodiversity protection along the Belt and Road at the Eighth Asia-Pacific Forum on Ethnobotany, which closed in Kunming, capital of Yunnan, on Sunday.

Poison Protection

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Offers information on how the kidneys function in the excretory system.

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    Anatomy - Excretory System

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    Body Systems: Excretory System - The Human Heart: An Online Exploration from The Franklin Institute, made possible by Unisys

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