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This peer reviewed, issue oriented article discusses how the area that includes the Foja Mountains needs a conservation plan to protect its uniqueness and its value to both science and the people of New Guinea. Many species of the Foja Mountains have remained unknown until recently.Over forty new species were found in one month alone in 2005. The mountains these species inhabit are untouched by human activity.

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    NSDL,Conservation Biology,Learn,Learner,Graduate,Environmental Sciences,Taxonomy & Classification,General public & informal education,Middle school 6-8,Continuing education,Reference Material,High school lower division 9-10,oai:nsdl.org:2200/20100927005833994T,Plan,Life Science,Article,Teach,Professional (degree program),Teacher,Biodiversity,NSDL_SetSpec_BEN,Wildlife science,Zoology,Undergraduate lower division 13-14,Evolutionary Biology,High school upper division 11-12,Ecology,Range Science,Ecology, Forestry and Agriculture,Undergraduate upper division 15-16,Natural History,Education,Geoscience,Non-journal article

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