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Newsletter of the Re-introduction Specialist Group of IUCN ’ s Species Survival Commission ( SSC ) No . 17 : April 1999 Letter from the IUCN / SSC Re-introduction Specialist Group

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  title={Newsletter of the Re-introduction Specialist Group of IUCN ’ s Species Survival Commission ( SSC ) No . 17 : April 1999 Letter from the IUCN / SSC Re-introduction Specialist Group},
  author={Chairman. and Mark},
  year={2002}
}
T his edition of RSG’s newsletter, Re-introduction News, is a special issue that is dedicated to reptile and amphibian re-introductions. The recent declines in amphibian populations worldwide is also an issue of major concern because in many cases they serve as indicator species. These large scale disappearances should be a warning sign that conditions on our planet may not be very healthy. The wide array of articles in this issue shows the commitment of herpetologists worldwide to restore… Expand
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