Their plight has been overlooked owing to the focus on lions, leopards and other top predators.
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Non-native cultivars of squash could crowd out native squashes already adapted to Egyptian growing conditions and practices.
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Despite inhabiting an area the size of the U.K., Africa's signature large animals are declining in wildlife preserves.
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Sixty-five years after striking oil in the Niger River Delta, the giant multinational is still learning what not to do.
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Even if the elephants are adopted by other tusker families, their survival rates are poor.
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Scientific research in the areas of agriculture, water, energy and ecological restoration are part of the collaboration.
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