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Ten Fascinating Whale Shark Facts

Ten Fascinating Whale Shark Facts

WWF November 15, 2013 0

Whale sharks are not whales at all but rather the world’s largest fish, measuring up to 45 feet in length. Given their size, you’d think researchers would know a lot about them. But little

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Decoding Polar Bear Behavior

Decoding Polar Bear Behavior

WWF November 1, 2013 0

By Dean J. Tatooles, WWF Guest Blogger Polar bears are our planet’s largest land predators. Between 20,000 and 25,000 of these amazing animals roam the arctic today in the U.S. (Alaska), Canada, Russia, Denmark

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Ten Facts about Polar Bears

Ten Facts about Polar Bears

WWF October 15, 2013 0

Polar bears were hunted from the 1600s right through the mid-1970s. Though hunting is now regulated, current polar bear populations face a new challenge: climate change. Sea ice is melting earlier and forming later

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Ten Interesting Facts about Gray Wolves

Ten Interesting Facts about Gray Wolves

WWF July 21, 2011 0

By Emily Booker, WWF Guest Blogger Gray wolves are considered to be elegant predators and highly social animals that form tight, nuclear packs. A symbol of the wilderness and the predecessors to our domesticated

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