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2002. Stan Freeman and Mike Nasuti. A little more than a century ago, populations of deer and antelope and other animals had been reduced to the point that the survival of many species was very much in doubt. To halt the decline in animal populations, federal laws ere enacted in many states in the early 1900's. Rare plants and animals became protected in 1973 with the passing of the federal Endangered Species Act. Today in New York, there are nearly 3,900 species of plants and animals considered native to the state. This book covers the wildlife, the ecosystems including ocean life, geology, dinosaurs, ice ages, and weather of New York. 64 pages, soft cover, full-color photographs and illustrations. All ages.