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The Rise of the Tiger

The Rise of the Tiger

WWF October 18, 2017 0

Tigers need room to roam. Protecting vast connected landscapes for these endangered top predators is key to their survival. For the first time in a century, wild tiger populations are rising. Spurred by the

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Panda Proud in India

Panda Proud in India

WWF October 11, 2017 0

By Karl Egloff, WWF, Director of Travel, Tourism & Conservation While traveling, it inspires me to see the presence of WWF’s work and messages around the world. After a spectacular trip on Nat Hab’s

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Videos: Reforestation, One Nation and One Person at a Time

Videos: Reforestation, One Nation and One Person at a Time

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 28, 2017 0

Around the world, deforestation is causing millions of species to lose their natural habitats. Estimates are that tracts half the size of England are lost annually, and scientists say that the world’s rain forests could completely vanish

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Traveler Story – India’s Tigers & Wildlife: A Photo Safari

Traveler Story – India’s Tigers & Wildlife: A Photo Safari

Natural Habitat Adventures July 22, 2017 0

“Early in the morning, we came upon a mother tiger and her two precious three-month-old cubs bonding together out in the open. Mother tiger was licking her two cubs and clearly loving them. It

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Videos: Watch as Robotic Animals Secretly “Spy” on Wildlife

Videos: Watch as Robotic Animals Secretly “Spy” on Wildlife

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 22, 2017 2

Camera traps, GPS tracking and radio-collaring are all tools that researchers have traditionally used to study the wildlife that shares the planet with us. But it seems there’s now another method—an ingenious one—that allows

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Hello World!

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Hello World!

Kendal Bower May 12, 2017 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we chose an baby olive ridley turtle. Photographer Shreya Singha Ray was volunteering with hatchlings

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