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Get the call of the wild on your ringtone

April 16th, 2010

The Mexican Gray Wolf is one of the rarest mammals in the world. (Photo: Robin Silver/PRNewsFoto/Center for Biological Diversity)

The Center for Biological Diversity today announced the release of a free iPhone application, Wild Calls, designed to increase awareness of the plight of endangered species worldwide and to spur people to take action to protect wildlife. The application, developed by Los Angeles-based Mobile Culture Lab, allows users to receive a randomly selected endangered species sound each week (or more frequently if users choose) via push notification.

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Conservationists demand larger habitat for endangered Florida panther

September 25th, 2009

By Melissa Segrest
Green Right Now

Florida’s housing bust may be disheartening for developers and damaging to the state’s economy, but it’s a blessing – short-lived, most likely – for one of the world’s most endangered big cats.

Florida panther Defenders of WildlifeThe Florida panther once roamed most of southeastern America, from the Carolinas to Louisiana and all over Florida. It was hunted, and then squeezed into an increasingly shrinking range as Florida’s human population boomed. Many other native species in the state have been pushed to the brink of extinction (and a couple are considered extinct).

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