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Monday Motivation: This year is the halfway point of Tx2 - the global goal to double wild tiger numbers. There has been some amazing progress so far, with the number of wild tigers increasing in India, Russia, Nepal and Bhutan.

Celebrate these amazing efforts to double tigers by giving everyone involved a double thumbs up!

Find out how here → http://tigers.panda.org/news/thumbs-up-for-tigers/
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WWF #PicoftheWeek: Southern right whale diving in Patagonia, Argentina

Life is incredible! Our mission is to build a future in which people live in harmony with nature.
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+anidi maily rat la dep a nhin e ko chop ca mat.ok

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@MmeZabet @WWF To donate go to WWF’s Safe passage for sea creatures appeal page. http://wwf.is/5H0T302sJkW
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“We can change the world and make it a better place. It is in your hands to make a difference.” - Nelson Mandela

It’s Nelson Mandela International Day - what are you doing to inspire change?
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i REALLY want go to vegetable way!! XD
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Elephants are intelligent, social & they have no real predators in the wild. Except humans. ❤️🐘

Let’s protect them: http://www.panda.org/selous
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Did you know? Forests are home to well over half of the world's land-based species and support 75% of bird species.

WWF #PicoftheWeek from Indonesia
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Did you know that a tiger’s stripes are as unique to them as fingerprints are to us?
Make a unique pledge for wild tiger conservation today - not with your name, but with your fingerprint! 🐯 x 🐯

Find out how → http://wwf.is/drqK302xZpv
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GO VEGETARIAN TO STOP CLIMATE CHANGE . BRITISH ENVIROMENTAL AGENCY .
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Out of the 450+ species of sharks, only a few have ever been known to attack humans and these attacks are very rare. Meanwhile, humans kill tens of millions of sharks each year – for their fins or their meat.

Help us protect these very special animals: http://wwf.is/XBgH302sBvL
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Have you ever heard about the saola?

The saola is so rare and shy that it’s known as the “Asian Unicorn”. Critically endangered and only found in Laos and Vietnam, the fate of the saola is tied to the fate of its forest home. We’re working together with other dedicated organizations and local communities to save the saola before it’s too late: http://www.savethesaola.org
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It’s Shark Awareness Day on 14 July! So we’re wondering… how well do you know your sharks?

Who can name this incredible species?

For the answer and to find out why they urgently need protection, head to: http://wwf.is/Wt1F302duso
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Today is the first ever World Saola Day!


Only discovered by science in 1992, the saola is so mysterious it’s known as the “Asian Unicorn.” Critically endangered and found only in Laos and Vietnam, this near-mystical creature and its forest home are in danger. Time to #SaveTheSaola: http://arcg.is/29qfr1u
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Wow! More than 100,000 of you have shown the Belize prime minister that you care about one of the world’s most endangered reefs.

A huge THANK YOU to everyone who has joined us… now who will help us achieve a massive 150,000?! http://panda.org/belize
It’s our shared heritage. Together we can remove the danger. Make your mark now: send an email to Belize’s prime minister.
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Hopefully now they start with the reefs. It makes me happy that many do care and try to help and going for 150,000 is good but shouldn't we go for as many as possible? 
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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.