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Bindi Irwin May 17
The future rests in our hands. πŸ’™
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megan πŸ’› May 17
In honor of , please take the time to understand how dire our current situation is. Scientists believe that an estimated one million species are on the verge of extinction which means that if action isn't taken immediately, people all around the world will
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Robert Irwin May 18
Today is . Right now, we’re experiencing a global crisis. Wildlife & wild habitat are being exploited & destroyed more than ever before. I believe in this generation to be the ones who make a difference & make real positive change-the time is now people πŸ™
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Audubon Society May 17
On , see Florida's Snail Kite in action.
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Cheryl Crowley May 17
Since today was (still is for me in Pacific Time) Endangered Species Day here is a ring-tailed lemur I'm working on for a project. Ring-tailed lemurs, like all lemurs, are threatened with extinction, unfortunately.
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Linda Just Jun 19
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Natural History Museum May 31
Replying to @NHM_London
The Sumatran rhino's decline is mostly down to habitat loss and hunting. Experts believe one million animals and plants now face extinction. The biggest drivers of this mass extinction are land use change and human exploitation.
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Cheryle Chagnon-Greyeyes May 17
Today is & yet remains one of the few provinces without any endangered species legislation. We need to bring AB up to speed with other provinces & bring in legislation or risk losing many iconic species in our province.
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Sandra Pausini May 24
Humans causing shrinking of nature as larger animals die off. The researchers estimate that more than 1,000 larger species of mammals and birds will go extinct in the next century, from rhinos to eagles.
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Boreal Conservation May 17
"Because caribou are intimately tied to the land and to people, if we keep caribou, we are likely to succeed at a whole constellation of challenges β€” economic, social, as well as environmental."
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Natural History Museum May 31
This week, Tam the rhino died. He was the last male Sumatran rhino in Malaysia. There are now less than 100 individuals of this species left in the world.
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Roger Victor May 24
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Hal the Great White May 18
some simple things you can do to help out on and every day: -avoid single use plastics -support politicians that support sharks -only eat sustainably sourced seafood -pick up trash wherever you are (remember, all waterways eventually go to the ocean!)
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Center for Bio Div May 17
If an endangered animal could write a living will, what would it look like?
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Oceanic Preservation Society / OPS May 17
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Iliesa Tora Jun 17
participants continuing CITES discussions on endangered species protection and it's trade in Tonga here at the Tanoa
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Oceana May 17
What's the difference between manatees and dugongs? Although they look different, these sea cows are both threatened with habitat loss and pollution. Learn more:
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Carolyn B. Maloney May 17
Diversity is our strength - including biodiversity. Heartbreaking to see how many species are going extinct bc of our irresponsible treatment of the environment. We can change this.
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Russian River Salmon Monitoring May 20
It's always at our office! For more than a decade, we've monitored endangered Central California Coast coho salmon. This evolutionary significant unit (ESU) was listed as threatened in 1996 and reclassified as endangered in 2005. Read more on our website!
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PADI May 30
In honour of here are 4 endangered marine animals that need your help!
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