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New Movie: ‘Racing Extinction’ by Oscar Winning Director of ‘The Cove’ (Video)

Check out this glimpse at Racing Extinction, a powerful piece bringing to light the plight of endangered species, by Oscar winner Louie Psihoyos (The Cove).

Set for release in 2015, the documentary is supposed to actually give hope to our generations that something can be done, but that we may be the last to have that opportunity to save them.

“Psihoyos assembles a team of artists and activists intent on showing the world never-before-seen images that expose issues of endangered species and mass extinction.

Whether infiltrating notorious black markets with guerilla-style tactics or exploring the scientific causes affecting changes to the environment, Racing Extinction will change the way we see the world and our role within it.”

This short video, Saving Species: The Grasshopper Sparrow shows a snippet of the whole movie to come, Racing Extinction. 

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