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6006
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Earley profiles some of the animals and plants that live in the state that could soon vanish if efforts to save them fail. These include swamp pink, cliff avens, Heller's blazing star, Plymouth gentian, northern pine snake, Cape Fear shiner, and piping plover.
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9258
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In 1966, the country did a remarkable thing; it adopted the first of a series of laws and amendments designed to save wildlife. Most of the states have followed the federal government's lead in enacting their own laws and programs to protect locally endangered species. Bass discusses what the laws do and don't do. The article includes the federally listed endangered plants and animals in North Carolina.
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6007
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To preserve plant and animal species, whether endangered or not, habitats must be preserved. The boundaries, appearance, and functions of habitats must be protected. Nickens discusses five habitat types that are endangered: mountain bogs, diabase glades, longleaf pine forests, maritime forests, and freshwater streams of the Piedmont.
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