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Video: Swimming with Green Sea Turtles in the Galapagos

Video: Swimming with Green Sea Turtles in the Galapagos

Tania Curry June 14, 2017 0

WWF’s Jessica Sotelo had the chance to travel on Natural Habitat’s Classic Galapagos Adventure and travelers had several wonderful and rare encounters with the wild marine life teeming throughout the Galapagos Islands. While snorkeling on Isabela

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New Technology Helps Catch Poachers in Africa

New Technology Helps Catch Poachers in Africa

Tania Curry December 14, 2016 0

Earlier this year, WWF installed two systems in a protected area in central Kenya where endangered white and black rhino roam along with poachers. Nine months later, this investment is paying off. More than two

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New Research: Elephant Conservation Brings Economic Value through Tourism Revenue

New Research: Elephant Conservation Brings Economic Value through Tourism Revenue

Tania Curry November 23, 2016 0

A new study by WWF, the University of Vermont, and the University of Cambridge shows that funds needed for antipoaching efforts in east, southern and west Africa is often less than the amount of

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Q-and-A with WWF: Nepal, One Year after the Earthquake

Q-and-A with WWF: Nepal, One Year after the Earthquake

Tania Curry April 30, 2016 0

In 2015, Shubash Lohani, Director of Sustainable Landscapes within WWF’s Forests team, was traveling through Nepal & Bhutan with a group of WWF supporters. Two days were left in the trip, when a devastating

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12 Natural World Heritage Sites to Visit this Year

12 Natural World Heritage Sites to Visit this Year

Tania Curry April 27, 2016 0

Nearly half – 114 out of 229 – of all natural World Heritage sites are threatened by harmful industrial activities, according to a new WWF report. However, millions of people rely on these sites

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Good News: Increase in Wild Tiger Global Estimate

Good News: Increase in Wild Tiger Global Estimate

Tania Curry April 13, 2016 0

According to the best available data, around 3,890 tigers exist in the wild. This is an increase from the global estimate in 2010 which counted as few as 3,200. This updated figure was compiled from

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