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October 21, 2010, 9:36 pmFiled under: Eco-Question Tips — Posted by Eco-Question Editor

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If on holidays by a tropical lagoon or coral reef, avoid touching or stepping on corals.

When diving, do not break off a branch of coral to take home as a souvenir. Coral reefs are precious and they are disappearing.

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Support your national parks!

Visit nature reserves and parks to show support for their creation, preservation and even their expansion. Remember to leave these areas as you found them.

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October 20, 2010, 2:54 amFiled under: Eco-Question Tips — Posted by Eco-Question Editor

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From a distance…

Appreciate wildlife, but be sure to watch wild animals from a distance and avoid feeding them. Remember, the scent you leave when you touch a nest or a lair may scare the parents off for good. Instead of touching, try to find out more about them and maybe even discover how you can contribute to their protection.

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Be creative and design a wildlife area in your garden!

In addition to creating a natural haven for you and your family, it will attract butterflies and also provide cover for frogs, mammals and insects.

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October 19, 2010, 10:05 pmFiled under: Eco-Question Tips — Posted by Eco-Question Editor

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Looking to add new plants to your garden?

Be careful when buying for your garden. People are one of the main introducers of invasive species, especially flora. Many of the invasive species have been introduced for ornamental purposes. Do put an extra effort in finding out whether the plant you want is native to your environment.

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Find out about the special flora and fauna in your area.

Threatened and endangered species can be found in all kinds of ecosystems, big and small. Learn what kinds of species are listed as endangered in your area and commit to assisting in the preservation of their habitat.

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