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Focus (Environment: Preservation vs. Development: California's Tiger Salamander) #635148

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 03, 2000
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(Santa Barbara: Dan Lothian) The high-stakes battle between preservationists and developers over the endangered tiger salamander featured; scenes shown from the ranch land that may be redeveloped as vineyards. [Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History biologist Paul COLLINS - says the tiger salamander has restricted habitats.] [Environmental Defense Center Tanya GULESSERIAN - talks compromise.] [US Fish and Wildlife Service Carl BENZ - comments on protecting endangered species.] [Land owner Jeannette SAINZ - recalls her daughter's discovery of the salamander; wants to sell her land.]

Reporter(s):
Lothian, Dan;
Seigenthaler, John
Duration:
00:02:50

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