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Check world_wildlife's Instagram Regram @jackjohnson ・・・
Jack’s @kokuahawaiifoundation and Johnson Ohana Foundation are proud to stand with cities, states, universities & businesses working to ensure the U.S. remains a global climate leader. Will you join us? There’s never been a more important time for the world to show solidarity for fighting climate change. wearestillin.com #actonclimate 1609825219411715365_438789758

Regram @jackjohnson ・・・ Jack’s @kokuahawaiifoundation and Johnson Ohana Foundation are proud to stand with cities, states, universities & businesses working to ensure the U.S. remains a global climate leader. Will you join us? There’s never been a more important time for the world to show solidarity for fighting climate change. wearestillin.com #actonclimate

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram “A mating pair of lions lounges together during sunrise in Maasai Mara National Reserve. Of the dozens of mammals I saw when I traveled to Kenya with WWF—elephants, cheetahs, leopards, giraffes—lions opened up their world to us more than any other. Because we stayed in a secluded mobile camp in the middle of Maasai Mara National Reserve, we were able to visit areas where there were no other tourists and spend hours observing lions without interruption.” – WWF’s Elissa Poma 1603990063950289274_438789758

“A mating pair of lions lounges together during sunrise in Maasai Mara National Reserve. Of the dozens of mammals I saw when I traveled to Kenya with WWF—elephants, cheetahs, leopards, giraffes—lions opened up their world to us more than any other. Because we stayed in a secluded mobile camp in the middle of Maasai Mara National Reserve, we were able to visit areas where there were no other tourists and spend hours observing lions without interruption.” – WWF’s Elissa Poma

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram September is Membership Month! We’re looking for 3,000 people who love wildlife and want to protect nature. Follow the link in our bio to learn more and join now! As a member, you will: ✔️ Be a protector of vulnerable wildlife and their habitats around the world. ✔️ Stand up against wildlife crime, deforestation, and many other threats to nature and people. ✔️ Get donor updates that show how you're making a difference. ✔️ Enjoy a subscription to World Wildlife magazine, featuring unforgettable photographs and in-depth reports on conservation projects you support. ✔️ Know that you are protecting the future of nature. 1598775213057812566_438789758

September is Membership Month! We’re looking for 3,000 people who love wildlife and want to protect nature. Follow the link in our bio to learn more and join now! As a member, you will: ✔️ Be a protector of vulnerable wildlife and their habitats around the world. ✔️ Stand up against wildlife crime, deforestation, and many other threats to nature and people. ✔️ Get donor updates that show how you're making a difference. ✔️ Enjoy a subscription to World Wildlife magazine, featuring unforgettable photographs and in-depth reports on conservation projects you support. ✔️ Know that you are protecting the future of nature.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram “My guide, Fernando, shouted with excitement, exclaiming for me to turn around. As I did, a 22-foot whale shark swam directly towards me and then veered left. I could clearly see its rippling gills and unique pattern of white dots. The experience of swimming next to these ancient creatures blew away whatever fear and anxiety I felt after jumping into open water with nothing but a life vest on. How amazing that our planet’s ocean can support life of this size!” – WWF’s Ellie Yanagisawa on a @naturalhabitatadventures trip. WWF is working to create further protections for these marine giants by studying shark habits and improving whale shark tourism in Mexico and the Philippines. #WhaleSharkDay 1592984232165228251_438789758

“My guide, Fernando, shouted with excitement, exclaiming for me to turn around. As I did, a 22-foot whale shark swam directly towards me and then veered left. I could clearly see its rippling gills and unique pattern of white dots. The experience of swimming next to these ancient creatures blew away whatever fear and anxiety I felt after jumping into open water with nothing but a life vest on. How amazing that our planet’s ocean can support life of this size!” – WWF’s Ellie Yanagisawa on a @naturalhabitatadventures trip. WWF is working to create further protections for these marine giants by studying shark habits and improving whale shark tourism in Mexico and the Philippines. #whalesharkday

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram Once found throughout Africa, the African wild dog is now among the world's most endangered animals. Follow the link in our bio to learn more about them. #NationalDogDay 1590105561129655643_438789758

Once found throughout Africa, the African wild dog is now among the world's most endangered animals. Follow the link in our bio to learn more about them. #nationaldogday

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram Orangutans play a vital role in dispersing seeds within their rainforest homes. They are the largest tree-dwelling mammals and the only great apes found outside Africa. One hundred years ago, they inhabited rainforests throughout Southeast Asia, but deforestation has reduced their habitat to the islands of Sumatra and Borneo. We have partnered with the Frankfurt Zoological Society to protect Thirty Hills, the last rainforest stronghold in Central Sumatra for orangutans. #OrangutanDay 1584968410733775994_438789758

Orangutans play a vital role in dispersing seeds within their rainforest homes. They are the largest tree-dwelling mammals and the only great apes found outside Africa. One hundred years ago, they inhabited rainforests throughout Southeast Asia, but deforestation has reduced their habitat to the islands of Sumatra and Borneo. We have partnered with the Frankfurt Zoological Society to protect Thirty Hills, the last rainforest stronghold in Central Sumatra for orangutans. #orangutanday

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram Nicknamed “America’s Fish Basket,” Bristol Bay is one of the most productive marine ecosystems on Earth. This vast watershed is the site of the world’s largest salmon fishery and home to hundreds of fish, bird, and terrestrial animal species, including moose and rainbow trout. Thousands of locals and native Yup’ik and Dena’ina rely on these animals for their subsistence. But the proposed construction of the Pebble Mine puts this remarkable ecosystem in danger. According to the EPA, the construction of the mine would destroy 94 miles of salmon streams and 5,350 acres of wetlands, lakes, and ponds. Help us protect Bristol Bay now! Link to petition in bio. 1583624323929841180_438789758

Nicknamed “America’s Fish Basket,” Bristol Bay is one of the most productive marine ecosystems on Earth. This vast watershed is the site of the world’s largest salmon fishery and home to hundreds of fish, bird, and terrestrial animal species, including moose and rainbow trout. Thousands of locals and native Yup’ik and Dena’ina rely on these animals for their subsistence. But the proposed construction of the Pebble Mine puts this remarkable ecosystem in danger. According to the EPA, the construction of the mine would destroy 94 miles of salmon streams and 5,350 acres of wetlands, lakes, and ponds. Help us protect Bristol Bay now! Link to petition in bio.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram For thousands of years, snow leopards have been a top predator in the mountains of Central Asia. Capable of jumping 50 feet in length, they scale steep cliffs in search for prey like Argali wild sheep, blue sheep, and ibex. But their population numbers are in decline. Habitat loss, hunting, and retaliatory killings threaten the future of this magnificent species. Join us to protect these endangered cats. Link in bio. 1582174016997716254_438789758

For thousands of years, snow leopards have been a top predator in the mountains of Central Asia. Capable of jumping 50 feet in length, they scale steep cliffs in search for prey like Argali wild sheep, blue sheep, and ibex. But their population numbers are in decline. Habitat loss, hunting, and retaliatory killings threaten the future of this magnificent species. Join us to protect these endangered cats. Link in bio.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram This #WorldElephantDay, we thank you for helping to make our critical work possible! More than 3,000 WWF supporters donated $263,211 in less than four weeks to fund an emergency action plan to train rangers and get boots on the ground to fight wildlife crime. THANK YOU! Learn more by following the link in our bio. 1579734090041610682_438789758

This #WorldElephantDay, we thank you for helping to make our critical work possible! More than 3,000 WWF supporters donated $263,211 in less than four weeks to fund an emergency action plan to train rangers and get boots on the ground to fight wildlife crime. THANK YOU! Learn more by following the link in our bio.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram Happy #WorldLionDay! Once found throughout Africa, Asia, and Europe, wild lions now exist only in Africa and India’s Sasan-Gir National Park, a wildlife sanctuary created to protect the last remaining Asiatic lion populations. We are working to protect lions from poaching and habitat fragmentation to ensure their genetic diversity and long-term survival in the wild. 1578385603521743886_438789758

Happy #WorldLionDay! Once found throughout Africa, Asia, and Europe, wild lions now exist only in Africa and India’s Sasan-Gir National Park, a wildlife sanctuary created to protect the last remaining Asiatic lion populations. We are working to protect lions from poaching and habitat fragmentation to ensure their genetic diversity and long-term survival in the wild.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram The third-longest river in the world, the Yangtze River connects many of China’s disparate landscapes and cultures. But once flush with thousands of porpoises and dolphins, the river is now home to only around 1,000 finless porpoises – a wild population smaller than that of the giant panda. In 1991, WWF estimated that the Yangtze finless porpoise’s numbers would continue to hover around 2,700, yet each year another 13% of the population has been lost. The Yangtze finless porpoise is now critically endangered, and without direct intervention, the Yangtze’s last surviving aquatic mammal could become extinct. With our help, Chinese provinces and companies have begun to coordinate conservation efforts and pollution controls to manage the river’s natural resources. Click the link in our bio to read the full story, written and photographed by @Justin.Jin. 1576942105983646749_438789758

The third-longest river in the world, the Yangtze River connects many of China’s disparate landscapes and cultures. But once flush with thousands of porpoises and dolphins, the river is now home to only around 1,000 finless porpoises – a wild population smaller than that of the giant panda. In 1991, WWF estimated that the Yangtze finless porpoise’s numbers would continue to hover around 2,700, yet each year another 13% of the population has been lost. The Yangtze finless porpoise is now critically endangered, and without direct intervention, the Yangtze’s last surviving aquatic mammal could become extinct. With our help, Chinese provinces and companies have begun to coordinate conservation efforts and pollution controls to manage the river’s natural resources. Click the link in our bio to read the full story, written and photographed by @Justin.Jin.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram Photojournalist and filmmaker Emmanuel Rondeau, with the help of Bhutanese rangers, set out on a WWF mission to capture camera trap images of a wild tiger in Bhutan. The results? The first high-resolution camera trap images of a wild tiger in Bhutan at an altitude above 11,000 feet! Home to an estimated 103 wild tigers, Bhutan is a model of conservation, working to ensure tiger safety and natural breeding in the wild against the backdrop of poachers and illegal wildlife traders. We're supporting tiger countries like Bhutan through a variety of initiatives aimed to protect tigers from poaching and habitat loss. 1574055018875697058_438789758

Photojournalist and filmmaker Emmanuel Rondeau, with the help of Bhutanese rangers, set out on a WWF mission to capture camera trap images of a wild tiger in Bhutan. The results? The first high-resolution camera trap images of a wild tiger in Bhutan at an altitude above 11,000 feet! Home to an estimated 103 wild tigers, Bhutan is a model of conservation, working to ensure tiger safety and natural breeding in the wild against the backdrop of poachers and illegal wildlife traders. We're supporting tiger countries like Bhutan through a variety of initiatives aimed to protect tigers from poaching and habitat loss.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram Meet the snow leopard, the majestic spotted cat of the mountains of Central Asia. Nicknamed the “ghost of the mountains” for its solitary and elusive nature, the snow leopard plays an important role as top predator and indicator of the health of their high-altitude habitat. If these cats thrive, so will countless other species and the millions of people whose livelihoods depend on these mountain ecosystems. Join us in our fight to protect them from habitat loss, retaliatory killings, and poaching. Link to petition in bio. #SaveSnowLeopards 1573486765401122948_438789758

Meet the snow leopard, the majestic spotted cat of the mountains of Central Asia. Nicknamed the “ghost of the mountains” for its solitary and elusive nature, the snow leopard plays an important role as top predator and indicator of the health of their high-altitude habitat. If these cats thrive, so will countless other species and the millions of people whose livelihoods depend on these mountain ecosystems. Join us in our fight to protect them from habitat loss, retaliatory killings, and poaching. Link to petition in bio. #savesnowleopards

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram For the remainder of 2017, we will be living on resources borrowed from future generations. Find out more by following the link in our bio. #overshootday #earthovershootday 1572859029934444491_438789758

For the remainder of 2017, we will be living on resources borrowed from future generations. Find out more by following the link in our bio. #overshootday #earthovershootday

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram As of TODAY, we have used more resources from nature than our planet can create in a year. For the remainder of 2017, we will be living on resources borrowed from future generations. Small actions make a big difference and all of us play an important role in creating a world where we live within our limits. Join us and pledge to #movethedate. Follow the link in our bio to learn more. #EarthOvershootDay 1572607424475553711_438789758

As of TODAY, we have used more resources from nature than our planet can create in a year. For the remainder of 2017, we will be living on resources borrowed from future generations. Small actions make a big difference and all of us play an important role in creating a world where we live within our limits. Join us and pledge to #movethedate. Follow the link in our bio to learn more. #earthovershootday

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram Happy #WorldRangerDay! Meet Singye Wangmo, one of the few female forestry officers working on the ground in Bhutan. She spends her days protecting the tigers of Royal Manas National Park from poachers. Thank you, Singye! 1571394978939205597_438789758

Happy #WorldRangerDay! Meet Singye Wangmo, one of the few female forestry officers working on the ground in Bhutan. She spends her days protecting the tigers of Royal Manas National Park from poachers. Thank you, Singye!

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram Over the last century, we have lost more than 96% of the world’s wild tigers due to habitat destruction and rampant poaching. WWF and @TigerBeerUS have combined forces in a six-year partnership to bring attention to the current #3890tigers in the wild and move toward the collective goal of doubling the number of wild tigers by 2022. Link in bio. #GlobalTigerDay 1569767698139799239_438789758

Over the last century, we have lost more than 96% of the world’s wild tigers due to habitat destruction and rampant poaching. WWF and @TigerBeerUS have combined forces in a six-year partnership to bring attention to the current #3890tigersin the wild and move toward the collective goal of doubling the number of wild tigers by 2022. Link in bio. #globaltigerday

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Regram @discoverycomm ・・・ In the last century we’ve lost 96% of wild tigers. Help @DiscoveryComm and @world_wildlife protect the ones that are left #globaltigerday #ProjectCAT . . . . #tiger #tigers #bengal #tigercub #bengaltiger #savetigers #bengalcat #bigcats #wild #wildcats #wildanimals #wildlife #wildandfree #animal #animals #animallover #animalsofinstagram #animalphotografy #animalsmood #funny #funnyanimals #funnycats #funnypictures #tigerland #tigercubs #saveanimals

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram In 2015, WWF and Apple kicked off a five-year project designed to help China—the world’s largest producer and consumer of paper products—reduce its environmental footprint by producing paper products from responsibly managed forests within its own borders.  In July, Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certificates were awarded for more than 320,000 acres of forest land in southern China. Nearly two-thirds of the land is owned and managed by one private company, Maoyuan Company. The remainder is owned and managed by Guangxi Qinlian Forestry Company, a state government entity. The land includes semi-natural forests and forest plantations. 1568292931947856947_438789758

In 2015, WWF and Apple kicked off a five-year project designed to help China—the world’s largest producer and consumer of paper products—reduce its environmental footprint by producing paper products from responsibly managed forests within its own borders. In July, Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certificates were awarded for more than 320,000 acres of forest land in southern China. Nearly two-thirds of the land is owned and managed by one private company, Maoyuan Company. The remainder is owned and managed by Guangxi Qinlian Forestry Company, a state government entity. The land includes semi-natural forests and forest plantations.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram Roughly 50% of the world’s mangroves have been wiped out in the last half century. If we don’t act now, we could lose the remaining mangrove cover in just 100 years. That would be bad news for climate change. Mangroves store 3 to 4 times more carbon than tropical forests, making these trees an essential part in the fight against a changing climate. WWF is working with various partners, including fisheries and coastal communities, to promote mangrove conservation worldwide. #WorldMangroveDay 1567783333365119387_438789758

Roughly 50% of the world’s mangroves have been wiped out in the last half century. If we don’t act now, we could lose the remaining mangrove cover in just 100 years. That would be bad news for climate change. Mangroves store 3 to 4 times more carbon than tropical forests, making these trees an essential part in the fight against a changing climate. WWF is working with various partners, including fisheries and coastal communities, to promote mangrove conservation worldwide. #worldmangroveday

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