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Endangered Species

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Season 9 (10-16-2007)

Full Show: Twenty-two Idaho species are threatened or endangered. Thousands more are at risk worldwide. What causes animals and plants to go extinct? Are some in more danger than others? Idaho's zoos are trying to help save endangered species. D4K host Joan Cartan-Hansen and her guest scientists, Steve Burns, Zoo Boise Director, Scott Ransom, Pocatello Zoo Director, and Eric Yensen, professor of biology from Albertson College, discuss what zoos, and you, can do to help save endangered species.

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Video Short: What does it mean to say a plant or animal is endangered or threatened, and how do they get that way?

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Web Extra: Steve Burns, Scott Ransom, and Eric Yensen stay after to answer more questions about endangered species.

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