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Funny Talking Bears

Funny Talking Bears

Our animal friends aren’t great at communicating about conservation and biodiversity. This funny animal film, with Alistair McGowan’s voiceover, is part of the IUCN’s Love not Loss campaign. Find out how to communicate better at http://www.iucn.org/cec #lovenotloss

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Funny Talking Hippos

Funny Talking Hippos

Our animal friends aren’t great at communicating about conservation and biodiversity. This funny animal film, with Alistair McGowan’s voiceover, is part of the IUCN’s Love not Loss campaign. Find out how to communicate better at http://www.iucn.org/cec #lovenotloss

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Funny Talking Penguins

Funny Talking Penguins

Our animal friends aren’t great at communicating about conservation and biodiversity. This funny animal film, with Alistair McGowan’s voiceover, is part of the IUCN’s Love not Loss campaign. Find out how to communicate better at http://www.iucn.org/cec #lovenotloss

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STOP IT –  together we can end illegal trade in rhino horn – Part 2

STOP IT – together we can end illegal trade in rhino horn – Part 2

A look at the use of rhino DNA analysis in tracing the illegal trade back to the animals killed, and the importance of obtaining the political support needed to succeed.
Joseph Okori, WWF’s African rhino programme coordinator, discusses the illegal rhino horn trade, and wider rhino conservation issues.

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Disappearing frogs

Disappearing frogs

Disease, pollution, and loss of habitat are killing off hundreds of species of amphibians. One of the biggest threats is an aquatic fungus which biologist Vance Vredenburg studies and helps scientists who are dealing with this crisis globally.

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WWF’s Earth Book 2012 – Animals

WWF’s Earth Book 2012 – Animals

The threats facing the natural world can be shocking and our impact on the planet is growing every year. But our world is brilliant and solutions exist that can help to protect our living planet.

These short videos offer a glimpse into some of the challenges and solutions highlighted by WWF’s Living Planet Report 2012.

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Amphibian conservation in Guatemala

Amphibian conservation in Guatemala

Carlos Vasquez Almazan, an amphibian expert from Guatemala, is one of seven winners of this year’s Whitley Fund for Nature Awards. Carlos wins a Whitley Award for his work to create Guatemala’s first network of protected areas for endangered amphibians. The video narrated by Sir David Attenborough, describes his work.

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Linking lemurs in Madagascar

Linking lemurs in Madagascar

Josia wins a Whitley Award for her work to conserve one of Madagascar’s most endangered species of lemur, the crowned sifaka, and increase sustainable resource use among local communities. The video narrated by Sir David Attenborough, describes her work.

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WWF Flying Rhinos

WWF Flying Rhinos

The WWF Black Rhino Range Expansion Project has established seven new populations and increased the black rhino range by 150,000 hectares in South Africa.

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Maria Island Marine Reserve – History

Maria Island Marine Reserve – History

published: 2011-07-13

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