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The majestic leatherback sea turtle is a creature of superlatives. Weighing up to a ton, it’s the world’s largest turtle. Earthwatch volunteers are helping to save this species in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
Mangroves are highly effective natural sinks for carbon. Earthwatch volunteers are working in Kenya to better understand how we can use them to respond to climate change.
Earthwatch volunteers are helping preserve wildlife in Mongolia’s Ikh Nart Nature Reserve. This magnificent Mongolian steppe region of grasslands and rocky outcrops is one of the best hopes for central Asian wildlife.
Daniel Letoiye is aiding wildlife conservation in Kenya. He is just one individual to benefit from the Earthwatch Emerging Scientist initiative.