Ecological research of keystone species generates information to guide habitat conservation initiatives, as well as to promote education and local community participation. This will then lead to landscape conservation efforts that will ultimately influence decision- and policy-making. The research and conservation of keystone species can help design the necessary steps to safeguard a biome and influence policy-making. Tapirs are such a keystone species.
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By collaborating with educators OMG has written a curriculum teaching kids about the damaging effects of plastic pollution which is now available to schools nationwide. The weeklong program was written to match the latest National and local State Standards for science education and also has math, literacy and art infused throughout.
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