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Wildlife Nation  >  Episode 4

Join host Jeff Corwin on an adventure of discovery for two very different, yet very important species. First, Jeff explores the conservation success stories of the American crocodile and uncovers how a nuclear power station makes for an ideal crocodile nesting area; then join Jeff as he travels to Key Largo to find wild baby crocs under the cover of night. Next, Jeff investigates how climate change is impacting delicate coral reef ecosystems and what conservationists are doing to stop coral bleaching. Check out an exclusive clip below! 

Black-Footed Ferret in Burrow
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The Importance of Urban Wildlife Solutions

Unfortunately, the presence of wildlife in urban areas is often seen as a nuisance, pest or threat to human health and safety. To preserve our natural world, we need innovative solutions for urban wildlife conservation now more than ever – learn about some of the innovative solutions underway now. 

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As coral reefs worldwide face the risk of human-facilitated extinction, it is our responsibility to do what we can to reverse and mitigate the stresses we cause. Learn more in this blog!

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