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Will Knocker Jun 8
'Cattle populations in semi-arid parts of Kenya have decreased by 26 percent in the past 40 years....' Kenya's Crisis
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The Map's Edge Jun 8
RT : this year's i urge nations struggling with plastic pollution to ban all single-use plastic items especially plastic bags , straws, disposable cups,forks etc ..lets save our oceans .
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The Map's Edge Jun 8
Here's more on that pollination / electrical charge story. Fascinating stuff, sparks fly!
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The Map's Edge Jun 8
Who knew?? RT : Fact of the day! 🤓 Bees can sense the electric field that surrounds flowers and can even tell whether another bee has already visited the flower so that they don't waste time trying to feed! 🐝
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The Map's Edge Jun 4
Isn't it strange that the English is just a wee bit off?
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The Map's Edge Jun 4
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Bella Lack 🌱 Jun 3
Today 55 elephants have been slaughtered for their teeth. It is abhorrent to kill a highly intelligent, sentient being to make items for our enjoyment. The trade in ivory stimulates demand and so results in more deaths. RT if you agree ALL Ivory should be banned!
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Andrea Sella Jun 3
Even if you don't live in Alberta this is a very careful analysis of the choice ahead for regions and companies that rely heavily on fossil hydrocarbons for their funding.
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The Map's Edge Jun 4
A road won't destroy . But keep chipping away at it & soon there'll be nothing left
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The Map's Edge Jun 4
Welcome to the . With populations growing, it's difficult to be optimistic
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The Map's Edge Jun 4
Replying to @pdevinsky1
So there's hope for me yet! 😊
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The Map's Edge Jun 4
Behavioural change is the only solution. We've only got the one planet, let's not screw it up!
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The Map's Edge Jun 3
Replying to @SellaTheChemist
That sounds an excellent mishmash
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The Map's Edge Jun 3
Replying to @EugeneDH_Bass
great pic !
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The Map's Edge Jun 3
Replying to @EugeneDH_Bass
just have to come again, we'll do a Bateleur blitz
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The Map's Edge Jun 3
Serengeti Migration Update. Herds are spread over a wide area but in roughly two main groups. Gol Naabi and above then Olubaye and around. Grass is longish and roads drying out finally. Spectacular views.
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The Map's Edge Jun 3
The new season is off and running. Long, long rains means plenty of grass and standing water and happy animals. Come and join in!
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The Map's Edge Jun 2
Butterfly season: via
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The Map's Edge May 16
Replying to @CarbonTanzania
Keep up the good work!
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The Map's Edge May 16
The Maps Edge Guide training. All about the stories and the small but important things in life
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