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View from the blog-o-sphereSpotted Turtle One of 10 Species with “No Room to Roam”

By Pat Seelinger – The Swamp School Blog – December 7, 2015
The spotted turtle was listed in the Endangered Species Coalition’s “No Room to Roam” report, released on November 18. The annual report lists 10 species in the United States that are the most threatened by habitat fragmentation. The report, titled “No Room to Roam: 10 American Species in Need of Connectivity and Corridors”, highlighted 10 species whose habitats have broken up to the point where there are very few safe, navigable corridors for the species to move between habitats or connect with other populations. Other species in the report included the pallid sturgeon and the smiling California tiger salamander. For full blog post, click here.

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