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conservationalists

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  • The land in question, split almost in half by the R28 highway, is known to conservationalists as the North Rand green belt and has become controversial because of the Transvaal Provincial

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Green enthusiasts cringe at the thought of all that unused water down the drain, and even the not so green shower taker can't help but feel somewhat bad about having wasted that water because after all, our parents taught us to be conservationalists.

    WN.com - Articles related to Asia pollution blows around globe due to monsoon

  • In the early stages of drug development, it had to be isolated from the bark of Pacific yew, which killed the tree and upset many conservationalists.

    Ars Technica

  • For decades, conservationalists have battled to bring the population back to healthy levels and they finally succeeded.

    Progressive Bloggers

  • One of the last remaining Galapagos giant tortoises left in the world has delighted conservationalists when a number of unhatched eggs were found in his enclosure following an encounter with female members of a tortoise subspecies.

    Unexplained Mysteries

  • They rip trees apart, have been known to gore other species when they get too horny (which is often), mud up watering holes, have no natural enemies so they're not even serving as a food source, and kill zookeepers and conservationalists just trying to keep their sorry wrinkly asses alive.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

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