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 2. Conservation practices focus on a few species but benefit entire ecosystems

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PostSubject: 2. Conservation practices focus on a few species but benefit entire ecosystems   03/03/09, 10:59 pm

o When one organism in the ecosystem is helped, the other organisms in the ecosystem benefit
o Umbrella species- a listed species (endangered) whose protection benefits the other organisms in its ecosystem EX. West Indian manatee
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