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Check out which ‪#‎GoogleDoodle‬ animal Jared Leto is and learn how he is supporting WWF through Google’s #GoogleDoodlehttp://wwf.to/1K4YItp #EarthDay  
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BREAKING: Jared Leto becomes WWF Global Ambassador. Leto will help WWF tackle the most urgent, pressing issues facing our planet today--issues like wildlife crime. Join us in welcoming him to WWF’s family! Read more: http://wwf.to/1KJ4otG
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Google is getting into the holiday spirit and we’re excited to be a part of it. Check out this video celebrating our work and see more at http://g.co/happyholidays. Let’s spread the #HolidaySpirit
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The Vietnamese concept of chi—the power that lies within—is the foundation of an innovative new campaign launched to tackle rhino horn use in Vietnam. It promotes the notion that success and good luck flow from an individual’s internal strength of character and refutes the view that these traits come from a piece of horn.
The Vietnamese concept of chi—the power that lies within—is the foundation of an innovative new campaign launched to tackle rhino horn use in Vietnam. It promotes the notion that success and good luck flow from an individual’s internal strength of charact
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Happy World Environment Day! What action are you taking to help save the planet?
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Outstanding! I am so proud of all of you. Everything we do helps. Don't ever think that one person can't make a difference. All of you are and you are inspiring others to help make a the World a better place..
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Today we’re honoring #EndangeredSpeciesDay and the wildlife and wild places here in the United States! In our own backyard there are rare, threatened and endangered species that we need to protect. One animal in need of our help is the black-footed ferret. Learn more about your new BFF: http://wwf.to/1sWTKGG
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#ElephantsNeedUS! One elephant, on average, is poached for ivory somewhere in Africa every 15 minutes. And an almost unenforceable patchwork of rules in the US is making it easy for wildlife criminals to launder illegal elephant ivory. The Obama Administration’s proposed new rules to ensure the US protects elephants is facing opposition from some groups. Tell the administration to stand strong: http://wwf.to/S5UkVS
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Show everyone that you love and appreciate trees: Post a photo of yourself hugging a tree on social with the hashtag ‪#‎hugatree‬. We may even select your photo to appear on WWF's website this month! 
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Devastating: 1,215 South African rhinos poached in 2014—a 21 percent increase over the record 1,004 killed in 2013. WWF says situation calls for increased international support and bold actions on the ground to ensure rhinos are protected and births outpace poaching. Learn more: http://wwf.to/1yChsNe
A total of 1,215 rhinos were illegally killed in South Africa in 2014, according to South African officials. This is a staggering increase of 21 percent over the record 1,004 poached in 2013.
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Today we're featured on Google's Santa Tracker! Check it out: http://wwf.to/16G544r #googlemaps #tracksanta
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In just four decades, the populations of animals on Earth have fallen by an average of 52 percent. That’s half of the mammals. Half of the birds. Half of the fish, amphibians, and reptiles, vanished. The actions we take moving forward mean EVERYTHING. Read more about the findings in the Living Planet Report and learn more about what we’re doing: http://wwf.to/YU1xuF
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All consequences (intended or not) of government intervention of nature. Natural habitats and our environment isn't a postcard picture from today or years ago that can be maintained through destructive human meddling and as long as we continue to allow government to "manage" ecosystems, we're going to keep getting the same disastrous results. Complex systems like the environment are all interwoven with any action (well intended or not) meant to "fix" something we wanted to see changed or preserved will have unintended, usually disastrous consequences on other unforeseen areas connected to our need to play "God" with nature. Don't think that your solution to a narrow minded cause is going to have only beneficial effects or be beneficial at all. You need look no further than government intervention and the continual disasters created by government in Yellowstone national park over the past 50 years and still today to realize people don't know shit about managing an ecosystem. 
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"We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty." RIP Maya Angelou
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