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National Geographic Dec 4
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On , learn more about the dark world of captive tigers in the U.S.
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National Geographic Dec 4
The introduction of 24 lions back to Mozambique in 2018 could grow the population to as many as 500 within 15 years
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National Geographic Dec 4
Because hybrid felines like ligers and tigons don’t exist in the wild, they have no conservation value—and they often suffer from health problems.
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National Geographic Dec 4
Many people assume that giraffes are doing just fine in the wild, but their numbers have dropped by 40 percent in 30 years
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Earth Alliance 4 Dec 18
Today is ! Through our Wildlife & Landscapes program, LDF works to scale projects protecting critical eco-regions around the world and connecting often islands of habitat to restore threatened wildlife populations. Learn more here:
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Robert Irwin 5 Dec 18
It’s 🐊 Wildlife conservation is so important to me and my family, if we can all work together to conserve our precious wildlife and habitats, we will ultimately be ensuring a healthy earth for our future generations.
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Bella Lack 🌍 4 Dec 18
It’s not always easy. In fact, it never is. Change is incremental & the odds seem to be stacked up. But as long as there are species to save, the fight will be worth fighting.
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Canada 4 Dec 16
A Canadian ecological jewel, Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve protects over 3000 species
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Pew Environment 4 Dec 18
It's , and it's high time we protected our high seas. Ocean life knows no borders. Neither should conservation.
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Save Animals Facing Extinction 4 Dec 18
Today is — A day to celebrate the successes in bringing endangered animals back from the brink of extinction, but also a call to action to put an end to the devastation we have caused. We must do better.
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the happy manatee 4 Dec 18
A friendly reminder from a little manatee for : This is not acceptable, dear humans.
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Azula 4 Dec 17
Although orcas aren't endangered, many populations face starvation, habitat loss, harmful effects from pollution and threats from whaling.
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CROW Clinic 4 Dec 17
"Only if we understand, will we care. Only if we care, will we help. Only if we help shall all be saved." - Jane Goodall
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CatHead 4 Dec 17
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Maya The Jaguar 5 Dec 18
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Susie Dec 4
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Gola Rainforest 4 Dec 18
Shout out to everyone who supports which protects endangered species, conserves 140,000ha of habitat and contributes to climate change mitigation by preventing half a million tonnes of carbon emissions every year.
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World Wildlife Fund 4 Dec 12
Rhinos are not medicine! Please RT if you want to
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Born Free Foundation 4 Dec 18
This , watch our video and share our vision for a more compassionate future. Together we can ! Visit: 🐘🦁🦍🐯🦒
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Incredible!ndia 3 Dec 17
On World and every single day, let’s promise to do our bit to protect the world’s wildlife species. Let’s defend them from the dangers that threaten their existence. 📸Squee!
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