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Homeland Security for Jaguars

Homeland Security for Jaguars

WWF November 21, 2018 0

A new era of cross-border cooperation is primed to save Earth’s largest tropical wetland, home to the world’s densest concentration of jaguars. Assuming shared responsibility,  Bolivia, Brazil, and Paraguay have committed to a far-reaching conservation

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Giving Tuesday: Saving 30 Percent of Earth by 2030

Giving Tuesday: Saving 30 Percent of Earth by 2030

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 20, 2018 1

Some scientists, such as American biologist, naturalist, theorist and author E. O. Wilson, say that a majority of wild species will go extinct if humans don’t set aside at least 50 percent of the

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The Lure of Churchill, Canada

The Lure of Churchill, Canada

WWF November 14, 2018 0

“I had always wanted to visit Churchill. Once I got here, I decided that I had to stay.” This is a story I heard repeated often in this remote Manitoban community. From the bubbly

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We’re Losing Wilderness. And It’s A Loss to Science.

We’re Losing Wilderness. And It’s A Loss to Science.

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 13, 2018 2

Today, it’s not only animal and plant species that we’re losing at an alarming rate. We’re losing wilderness; everywhere, all over the world. In fact, according to a study published in 2016 that compares

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Elephants on Track

Elephants on Track

WWF November 7, 2018 0

A sophisticated 22-pound GPS collar may be the most valuable bling on the African continent. Seven-ton elephants are now donning advanced satellite tracking devices that let their movements be monitored in real time—technology that’s

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How Yellowstone Got its Groove Back

How Yellowstone Got its Groove Back

WWF October 17, 2018 0

When you hear the word safari, your mind often wanders to the savannas of Africa, the jungles of central and South America, or the Galapagos Islands. These landscapes are rich in biodiversity and draw

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