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Louisa Pearson
STOP the trade in IVORY, RHINO HORN & PANGOLIN's 〰️ ♡ART,📷,CH & AFRICA 〰️RufusRhino 〰 Enjoy life and have fun ★*¨*•.¸¸. *
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Louisa Pearson 1h
Replying to @domdyer70 @michaelgove
MG is an absolute idiot. It's now been proved here too many have no common sense whatsoever. You've only to look at Japan and how low their numbers are all because EVERYONE there WEARS A FACE MASK
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Will Knocker 15h
'It is quite worrying that the country's population, now estimated at 53 million, has doubled over the past 25 years. The nightmarish projections that Kenya adds one million people a year or 3,000 every day is a scenario that calls for serious thought and policies.......'
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Louisa Pearson 2h
Yes it's the same man. He's still killing for his corpse collection. Evil b@stard. and his family have been making the headlines again and all for the wrong reasons.
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Jane Dalton 13h
This species is protected by law in Mongolia, and hunting it is illegal. But 'hunting is a way of life for him and the ram was on his list.'
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March for Elephants 5h
Pls SIGN & SHARE the Ivory-Free 🇨🇦 Coalition petition to ban domestic trade of ivory. Support a legislation making Canada Ivory Free. . 🍁🍁Petition: . Let's get to 1MIL. @Realeugenelev
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March4ElesAndRhinos 6h
🇨🇦 Pls SIGN & SHARE 's petition for AN IVORY FREE CANADA. 🇨🇦. Support effort to pass legislation making Canada Ivory Free. . 🍁🍁Petition: . Let's get to 1MIL.
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Jake Lambert 14h
Usually hate Flying Ant Day but actually nice to see a planned event going ahead in 2020 tbh.
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Nikki Sharpe 12h
Why is this government scared to follow the practical, common sense as well as the ‘science’?! The Andrew Marr Show: Michael Gove says face masks should not be mandatory in shops
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Louisa Pearson 14h
Thanks Lisa, you too... Such a beautiful day here, hope you've all a fabulous Sunday.
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The Guardian 17h
'We are all Martians!': space explorers seek to solve the riddle of life on Mars
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Campaign to Ban Trophy Hunting 24h
Central Hunting Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry of Turkey has decided to allow the hunting and killing of endangered animals please support Turkish activists trying to stop this.pls S&S
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Louisa Pearson 16h
Replying to @BryanChristy
Thankfully in this instance it was a stunt. What a crazy way to make a living.
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Adams Cassinga Jul 10
Replying to @4Apes @UNODC
Primates are the number one victims of wildlife trafficking/poaching because they fit well in everyone of the trafficking motives: Money, pet, medicinal, bushmeat, fur, trophy, etc... Our wild cousins need our voices!
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Debbie Banks Jul 11
Disastrous move by Tiger farming countries have lost their wild tigers because they treated them as a commodity.
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Richard Spoor Jul 11
So it seems the KZN construction mafia have moved into Mpumalanga. The last few days a steel tube manufacturer was closed down by them demanding jobs, contracts and protection money. Two weeks back a local prefabricated concrete manufacturer faced the same in Mbombela.
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Jane Dalton Jul 11
We are going to be faced with a stark choice of which we prefer: wine and olive oil - or endangered birds. Rising demand for products will halve endangered bird habitats in Europe in 100 years, ecologists warn:
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Julian Rademeyer Jul 11
“We have to wait for another set of results and reconcile the two to see if they are saying the same thing before we come to a definitive conclusion,” Oduetse Kaboto, a senior official in the environment and tourism ministry, said in a televised briefing.
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Dereck Joubert Jul 11
Expanding protected areas could yield a return of at least $5 for every $1 spent. Leaning too heavily on economic arguments can backfire but 'even a rough estimate of nature's economic value is better than nothing, given the scale of what is at stake.'
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Mo Shone Jul 11
We have to be thankful we were not born in China. They treat humans abhorrently, + many Animals too. Lengthy article, but very informative, one they don't want leaked out. China's hidden camps: What's happened to the vanished Uighurs of Xinjiang? -
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Virunga NationalPark Jul 11
This morning, with the help of we managed to free baby Theodore from a snare trap set by poachers. We urgently need to your help to clear deadly snares from the gorilla habitat:
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