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Photo slideshow of Mexico

Photo highlights from Mexico . More pictures from Mexico are available at Mexico images. Unless otherwise specified, images were taken by Rhett A. Butler and are copyright mongabay.com 1994-2012.

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One of the biggest complaints about nature conservation is the business is often a top-down affair, where decisions are made by officials and NGOs in distant cities, rather than at the local level, where most of ...

When attempts to protect and restore endangered species in their natural habitats prove futile, an alternate strategy for conservationists is to ...

When an opportunity to acquire some crucial piece of habitat becomes available, conservationists don't always have the funds at their disposal ...

With fewer than 100 individuals alive and dropping fast, the vaquita porpoise is just a swish of the tail away from ...

All nine species of the club moss genus Phlegmariurus found in the state of Veracruz in eastern Mexico are at risk ...

There are likely less than 100 vaquita on the planet. Found only in the northern pocket of the Sea of Cortez ...

The world's migrating monarch butterfly population has bounced back slightly from its record low last year, but the new numbers are ...

Although conservation has good intentions, it can give rise to conflicts when the interests of conservationists put local peoples’ livelihoods at ...

A coalition of governments and organizations today pledged to restore 20 million hectares (50 million acres) of degraded forests and ecosystems ...

A bird's eye view of speciation in the Neotropics. How long does it take for a new species to develop? Not ...

For thousands of years the jaguar was a God, then it was vermin to be destroyed, and today it is the ...

While listed as Least Concern by the IUCN, the scarlet macaw has disappeared from almost all of its native range in ...

Development of roads and other structures disturb large, continuous patches of habitat for wildlife. This habitat fragmentation is one of the ...

Since the baiji was declared extinct in the early aughts, the vaquita has taken its unenviable position as the world’s most ...

Monarch butterflies were once a common sight throughout the North American heartland. But declines in milkweed – their caterpillars’ only source ...

Eight years ago, a female jaguar cub was caught on film by a motion-triggered camera trap set in the foothills of ...

Tropical cloud forests are situated in mountains and are characterized by the frequent presence of low-level clouds. Scientists have always regarded ...

A recent survey conducted by researchers from the U.S. and Mexico has uncovered staggering levels of biodiversity in the delicate desert ...

New research shows Americans are willing to pay for the protection of the ailing monarch butterfly, which is experiencing a steep ...

Most people are familiar with coral reefs, but very few have ever heard of their algal equivalent – rhodolith beds. Yet, ...
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