Endangered species, explained

The United States’s Endangered Species Act of 1973 takes into consideration any destruction to a species’ habitat, whether it has been over-consumed, any disease or predation that threatens it and whether any other man-made factors puts it in danger.  While members of Congress have tried to weaken the law in small ways, luckily for endangered species, there are many people looking out for them. 

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