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Life in the Fast Lane: Racing to Identify Species As Biodiversity Shrinks

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Fish and corals.

Without significant changes, more than 50 percent of the world's marine species may be perched on the brink of extinction by 2100, according to UNESCO.

Credit: Dan Norton (for commercial use, contact photobank@coral.org)


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Daphne Fautin searches for new organisms while conducting a marine survey.

Daphne Fautin searches for new organisms while conducting a marine survey.

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Name that species! A conversation about conserving, finding and naming species with NSF program manager Daphne Fautin

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