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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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Study: Polar Bear Cubs Drowning Due to Sea Ice Loss

Study: Polar Bear Cubs Drowning Due to Sea Ice Loss

Wendy Redal July 19, 2011 0

Polar bears in peril have become an icon for the woes of a warming planet. The sea ice they rely upon to hunt seals is freezing later and breaking up earlier, while diminishing overall. Scientists

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Tiger Numbers on the Upswing in India

Tiger Numbers on the Upswing in India

Wendy Redal March 29, 2011 1

Fantastic news out of India: Home to half the world’s wild tigers, India has announced that its tiger population has increased to 1,706 from 1,411 since the last tiger census in 2007. The announcement was

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Baby tigers have blue eyes! And other fun tiger facts

Baby tigers have blue eyes! And other fun tiger facts

Wendy Redal March 10, 2011 16

Did you know the tiger’s mystical golden eyes are a trait that only adults possess?  Babies are born with blue eyes, which open when they are about 10 days old. Want more tiger trivia? 

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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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