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Sites of organizations that work for conservation

International Union for Conservation of Nature maintains a list of the most endangered of species.

World Wildlife Fund work for both captive breeding and conservation of wild habitats. Their belief is that the best habitat is an unspoiled one.

Zoo Outreach Organization works in India to get all sorts of Zoos, Botanical gardens and other wildlife refuges to work together for better conservation efforts in India. This is a great and inspirational organization!

Association of Zoos and Aquariums is an organization that has an accreditation program for its member Zoos and Aquarium so they maintain high standards that help in captive breeding and conservation efforts.

The Nature Conservancy help indigenous communities through out the world conserve their natural resources by partnering with them and helping them both financially and by sharing resources.

Wildlife Conservation Society is formed through the aegis of the Bronx Zoo which is so credited for its conservation efforts. These New Yorkers do everything!

The Sierra Club was founded by a giant among conservationists, John Muir. It is one of the oldest organizations in the USA and enables people to get involved and advocates better environmental policy.

Ocean Conservancy seeks to "look beneath the surface" where most of life on our planet lives. Their mission is to keep ocean ecosystems from getting badly mauled by overfishing and bawdy tourists destroying coral reefs.

Conservation International is all about trying to conserve ecological areas that have had quite an unnecessary level of human-nature upheaval, coral reefs for example. It is an uphill but quite an admirable task.

National Geographic Society is perhaps the single biggest reason people even know about many mammals. They have helped to enrich our knowledge by organizing expeditions all around the world to study and protect little known habitats. Be a dear and subscribe, will you?

AddGene Addgene is a non-profit organization dedicated to making it easier for scientists to share plasmids. They are reaching this goal by operating a plasmid repository for the research community. They are working with thousands of laboratories to assemble a high-quality library of published plasmids for use in research and discovery. By linking plasmids with articles, scientists can always find data related to the materials they request. They even have a cool infographic.

Museums with Virtual Mammalian Exhibits

Australian Museum Online
Smithsonian Hall of Mammals
American Museum of Natural History
Extreme Mammal Exhibition in the New York Museum of Natural History
London Natural History Museum offers some great videos of various mammals and their interesting behavior.

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