Endangered species cling to existence in Death Valley's shrinking wetlands

East of Death Valley National Park, about 200 Amargosa voles cling to life in habitats prone to disease, inbreeding and predation. Now, voles and other threatened or endangered desert species face more challenges by drought and climate change. Read the story
Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times
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