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🍊 Helen Mason 🍊 #SharetheOrange 8h
David Attenborough could narrate terms and conditions and l would be utterly captivated
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BBC Earth 7h
These two females are the last of their kind. When they die, an entire subspecies that inhabited the earth for millions of years will have disappeared forever.
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WWF UK 🌍 vote on 12th Dec! 7h
Northern white rhinos are on the brink of extinction - with only two existing females remaining. We can't let any more species see the same fate, we have to do everything we can to protect our wildlife.
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BBC Earth 8h
β€œHe weighs over 5 tonnes. This is a truly monumental effort.”
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Malcolm Tucker 7h
This is heartbreaking watching this. But when will we admit there are simply too many people on our small planet, all needing food and resources. Climate change is threatening us all, but can we have some honesty and balance? Overpopulation is a cause.
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Deborah Meaden 7h
Anyone not feeling an ache for our wildlife and the harm we inflict on our planet from watching ?
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BBC Earth 7h
In an intensive conservation programme for the mountain gorilla has raised their numbers above 1,000 for the first time since records began.
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DUNCAN BURGESS 7h
I’m not going to lie, the last line delivered by Sir David Attenborough whilst standing alongside the last two remaining female white rhinoceros made me well up. It’s so overwhelmingly obvious the planet is in crisis
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CHARLIE KING 7h
Don’t ya just wish we were electing David Attenborough on December 12th???
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michael. πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆπŸŒΉβ˜ƒοΈ 7h
David Attenborough is sad and now that makes me feel sad 😒 We need to save this planet.
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WWF UK 🌍 vote on 12th Dec! 8h
Did you know that pangolins are the most trafficked mammal on the planet? Find out what we're doing to protect them here πŸ‘‰
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BBC One 8h
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BBC One 7h
β€œWe can improve things, if we determine to do so.”
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BBC Earth 7h
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WWF UK 🌍 vote on 12th Dec! 7h
Sir David Attenborough may be leaving our screens after but you can hear his own story in , released in April 2020! Register your interest for cinema tickets here:
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BBC Earth 8h
Not the Nutcracker you’re used to seeing during the festive season.
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BBC Earth 8h
Keeping it chill, ignoring the little dude on my face.
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Jacqui Martin 7h
Horrifying numbers of elephants and rhinos being wiped out by humans. 'Traditional medicine' - what bollocks, it's human greed and vanity, pure and simple. We are destroying this planet at such a rapid rate, it's disgusting.
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BBC Earth 8h
Got to keep up with the grooming to look this good. 😝
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Helping Rhinos 🦏 10h
Tonight's the night in Africa with Sir David Attenborough and the last two northern white rhino . 6:20 pm on . Don't miss it!
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