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9193
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Between 1850 and 1973, twenty-eight birds, sixteen mammals, and twelve fishes have become extinct across the nation. North Carolina has also had its share of vanishing species, including the woods bison, buffalo, elk, passenger pigeon, Carolina parakeet, and ivory-billed woodpecker. Dossett discusses reasons for this and what steps, if any, have been taken to prevent extirpation of species.
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9192
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Barkalow compares the habits, life histories, descriptions, foods, and management of two members of North Carolina's squirrel family--the gray and fox squirrels.
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