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African Wildlife Foundation
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Working to ensure that the wildlife and wild lands of Africa will endure forever.
Working to ensure that the wildlife and wild lands of Africa will endure forever.

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Acting now may be our only chance to protect Africa’s wildlife and wild lands from climate change. http://bit.ly/2wYYPrN
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Eight percent of African elephants are poached every year. http://bit.ly/1Hb5FK3
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AWF and Nickelodeon International’s Together For Good are launching the Together for Good Wildlife Special!

This is an educational mini-series created to inspire kids to raise awareness about endangered wildlife and empower them to become change-makers. http://bit.ly/2N3TTHW
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Climate change is threatening Africa's water supply. Nearly 66 percent of the continent could face water scarcity by 2030. Raise your voice to fight climate change: www.awf.org/defend-africas-wildlife
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Something is coming…http://bit.ly/2JpSPNd
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Africa’s wildlife isn’t confined to national parks only. Species roam across vast and varied land, some portions of which are absolutely key to their survival. Protecting wild lands is therefore critical to saving wildlife from extinction. https://bit.ly/2EwpVf1
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Saturday, May 5, was African World Heritage Day. Wild lands across Africa are home to rare, threatened, and endangered species of immense value to conservation, contributing to the common heritage of humanity. http://bit.ly/2I2M0At
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AWF-trained detection dogs boast a 90 percent accuracy when sniffing out wildlife contraband. http://bit.ly/10qV2yC
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The UK government has announced that it will ban the trade of items made from ivory.

AWF's President Kaddu Sebunya said, “The announcement by the UK government is such a significant move towards fighting illegal wildlife trade and gives hope to the survival of African elephants that are diminishing at an alarming rate due to demand for ivory.”

http://bit.ly/2GxqSS6
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