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WCS Nigeria Program 13h
Today is ! Despite an international trade ban, they are the world's most trafficked mammal & threatened with extinction. WCS is working to protect all 3 species in . We Stand For Wildlife
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WCS Congo 11h
Today on join us in raising awareness of the plight of pangolins. Learn more about the work that is doing in to help combat trafficking:
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WCS Newsroom 15h
It’s World Whale Day! Listen to ’s Melinda Rekdahl describe for Scientific American’s “60 Second Science” how from the Atlantic and Indian oceans meet up south of Africa to trade song stylings
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(4/9) Things are looking up for humpback . Off Gabon and Madagascar, their populations have grown significantly. From the beaches around New York City, you can actually see them breaching. That's why they made our list.
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WCS Congo 16h
An adorable white-bellied (also known as a tree pangolin) snuffling for ants and termites in the undergrowth in Nouabale-Ndoki National Park,
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WCS Congo Feb 15
that tomorrow is ? Join us in raising awareness about these incredible creatures, and their plight. Pangolin’s are the world’s most trafficked animal with an estimated 100,000 removed the forests of & each year.
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WCS Feb 15
From the day he placed a satellite collar on her (pictured) to the day he discovered she had been killed by wolves, WCS’s Tom Glass tracked Avalanche, a young wolverine. He wrote about the insights gained into a species we're still grasping to understand.
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WCS Feb 15
The Philippine eagle is extremely rare. You don't want to miss an incredible film about it on Thursday, Feb. 21, at the Paley Center in New York. Part of opening night of the . Tickets still available:
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WCS Feb 15
(3/9) The Burmese star tortoise went ecologically extinct due to demand from wildlife markets. An active breeding program run by WCS, and Myanmar govt has helped bring it back. It's on our list—species that will do better this year.
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Emiel de Lange Feb 12
Everythings ready for the pilot of our 'Good Citizenship' social marketing campaign - aiming to reduce pesticide misuse and wildlife poisoning in Preah Vihear
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WCS Newsroom Feb 15
The Scientist as Diplomat: Five Questions for Alex Dehgan
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WCS Newsroom Feb 14
COMMENTARY: Ontario’s Endangered Species Act Must Address Ecosystem Damage | By 's Justina Ray
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WCS Newsroom Feb 14
Be mine, love bug? For Valentine's Day, name a cockroach after your ex
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WCS Feb 14
(2/9) The Kihansi spray toad is the 1st amphibian species to be restored in nature after being declared there. This thanks in part to work by the and . It made our list of species that will do better this year.
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WCS Feb 13
Wolves and Wolverines: A Complicated Relationship from and
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WCS Newsroom Feb 13
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WCS Newsroom Feb 13
Different Humpback Whale Groups Meet to Jam | 's Melinda Rekdahl discusses humpback whale vocalizations and culture with 's Jason Goldman for "60 Second Science" podcast
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WCS Feb 13
Wolves and Wolverines: A Complicated Relationship from and
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WCS Feb 13
(1/9) like this one in Thailand's HKK Wildlife Sanctuary are roaring back thanks to a major long-term effort to reduce poaching. That's why they made our list—9 iconic species that will actually do better this year.
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Fiona Maisels Feb 13
With support from and , the Congolese government is working to expand tourism opportunities in one of the country’s hidden jewels: Kahuzi-Biega National Park. (Photo by Roni Ziade)
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