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Bird's Head Seascape Marine RAP 2006
Not far from the "lost world" of Foja Mountains, a CI-led expedition recently found a new trove of extraordinary marine biodiversity. Get the full story and RAP survey results.
Kayapó Nation
For decades, some 7,000 Kayapó have defended their homeland in the Brazilian states of Pará and Mato Grosso. Learn more about the Kayapó and their conservation efforts.
Illegal Wildlife Trade
Demand for plants and animals is causing localized extinctions and emptying ecosystems worldwide. Click here to learn more about the illegal wildlife trade and the animals it affects.
Madagascar Marine RAP 2006
CI's intrepid Marine Rapid Assessment Program (RAP) discovered a wealth of diversity along Madagascar's unexplored northeast coast. Learn more about RAP.
Venezuela Megadiversity
Conservation International, CEMEX, and JWT present a photo exhibit of Venezuela's vast array of biodiversity.


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