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A ranger comes home to his son after a long patrol in Bhutan.

Did you know that 76% of Asia’s rangers spend less than 10 days a month with their family?

With the World Ranger Congress taking place, show your support and appreciation for the sacrifices rangers make to protect our wildlife and wild places!
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What is the longest distance you’ve walked?

Fish migration is essential for healthy rivers... It’s #WorldFishMigrationDay!
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Swimming towards extinction..?

There are only around 60 vaquitas left in the wild. This is a 40% decline since 2014 despite all conservation efforts and the two-year ban on all gillnet fishing in the area in 2015.


We now need drastic measures to give the vaquita a chance of survival. All fishing must stop in the vaquita habitat and Mexico, the United States and China need to shut down the illegal totoaba trade, which is the main cause driving the vaquita to extinction. Enough is enough, learn more and help us spread the word: http://wwf.is/BEsp300hWYN
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Did you hear the good news?! Earlier this month Nepal celebrated an amazing two consecutive years of zero rhino poaching!

This gives us hope and shows that good conservation efforts can help endangered species populations recover, which is the case of the greater one-horned rhino that is now classified as vulnerable.

Let this news inspire everyone to protect all life on Earth! Endangered Species Day is 20 May.
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Excelente que haya interés para conservar los animales que están en peligro de extinción. Ojalá así pudiéramos deshacernos de la clase política que azota al planeta.
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WWF #PicoftheWeek: Bengal tiger in Madhya Pradesh, India

Did you know? Tiger stripes are as unique as fingerprints and can be used to identify each individual wild tiger.
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Thank you for your interest in #EndangeredEmoji for further info including how to unsubscribe pls see http://wwf.is/zq1c30080Cz
17 emoji animals we use everyday are in danger of extinction. Help by donating 10p to WWF for every one you tweet.
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Where does my money go?

"Your money will be go towards helping WWF's wider work where the need is greatest."

Very informative...Thanks 👍


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Turn your face to the sun and the shadows fall behind you. - Maori proverb.

A stunning Spanish imperial eagle. #PicoftheWeek
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Do you have more than 85 Facebook friends?

There are only around 85 Mekong Irrawaddy dolphins living in the wild. Help us raise awareness about the importance of protecting our shared home for the well being of all species.
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WWF Pic of the Week: Remember the twin gorillas born in the Dzanga-Sangha Protected Areas complex in the Central African Republic?

They were the first twins ever to be born to the area’s habituated gorillas. Now they have been named Inguka and Inganda! And the reasons behind these names are wonderful...


Inganda is a forest shrub and the twins' mother, Malui, used the leaves as a cushion to give birth to them. Inguka is also a forest shrub which Malui fed on a lot when she was heavily pregnant.
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The golden lion tamarin was once critically endangered…

This is an example of how good conservation work can bring species back from the brink, with the number in the wild growing from around 200 to over 1,000 in 30 years.

The golden lion tamarin is also a national symbol in Brazil, chosen by a public vote – suggested by WWF – to appear on the Brazilian 20 Reais note. This small monkey is still on the list of endangered species though... One of its greatest threats is habitat loss, so there is plenty more to do!

Endangered Species Day is 20 May. Spread the word.
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What has soy got to do with the destruction of Amazon, Cerrado and Chaco in South America? It’s not too late to take action! Stay tuned for the launch of the #SoyScorecard next week.
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A group of rhinos is called a CRASH!

Let’s crash together to raise awareness about the huge importance of all life on Earth. Endangered Species Day is 20 May.
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WWF's mission is to stop the degradation of our planet's natural environment, and build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.