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Rhino poaching reaches all-time high in South Africa

Rhino poaching reaches all-time high in South Africa

Wendy Redal February 15, 2011 1

Despite global efforts to protect the endangered rhinoceros population, WWF has announced that rhino poaching in South Africa is more rampant than ever, doubling annually in the last three years. WWF is engaged in

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Be our friend on Facebook and help protect wildlife

Be our friend on Facebook and help protect wildlife

Wendy Redal January 4, 2011 5

Did you know 2011 is World Wildlife Fund's 50th Anniversary? Natural Habitat Adventures will be doing a lot this year to help WWF celebrate! To kick things off this month, Nat Hab is donating

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Pygmy Marmoset: Cutest Animal Ever?

Pygmy Marmoset: Cutest Animal Ever?

Wendy Redal December 16, 2010 8

Smaller than a human finger when born, pygmy marmosets are so itty-bitty they will fit in the palm of your hand when full-grown. The world's tiniest monkeys are as fascinating as they are endearing.

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Choose to Champion a Chimpanzee

Choose to Champion a Chimpanzee

Wendy Redal November 15, 2010 1

While chimpanzees are struggling amidst declining habitat and bushmeat trade in central Africa, organizations like the Jane Goodall Institute and World Wildlife Fund are working to protect them. Learn more about how you, too,

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Wild New Wonders of the Amazon

Wild New Wonders of the Amazon

Wendy Redal November 1, 2010 1

Did you know a new species was found every 3 days in the Amazon rainforest in the past decade? The Amazon is the most biodiverse place on earth. Learn about some of the fascinating

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10 Ways to Save Tigers

10 Ways to Save Tigers

Wendy Redal October 7, 2010 42

On the Chinese calendar, it’s the Year of the Tiger, an ideal opportunity to draw global attention to the fact that there are fewer than 3200 tigers left in the wild. Read more, and

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