EARTH DAY

Photos Reveal That Protecting Animal Habitats Is Working

For nearly a decade, scientists have used motion-triggered cameras to capture animals living in protected areas around the world. Researchers from the Tropical Ecology Assessment and Monitoring Network have sifted through those pictures, which show that efforts to preserve habitats worldwide may be paying off. Lydia Beaudrot joins PBS NewsHour's Stephen Fee to discuss.

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HOW IT ALL BEGAN

CONSERVING THE EARTH

SAVING THE ANIMALS