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1 Days ago

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Comment from WWF International:


Many species of whale feed using the baleen system. The whale opens its mouth underwater, then pushes the water out through the baleen, filtering out animals such as krill. The sad reality is that whales can accidentally eat plastic debris by feeding in this way. On World Wildlife Day 2019, join us in calling for a global agreement to stop plastic polluting our oceans. Sign the petition now. Link in bio. #WWD2019 #WorldWildlifeDay #WorldWildlifeDay2019 #Connect2Earth #SaveTheWhales #Whales #StopPlasticPollution #LoveTheOcean #SaveTheOcean #ocean #oceanconservation #oceanlife #marinelife #underwater #underwaterlife #underwaterworld #seacreatures #BluePlanet #marineconservation

16 Days ago

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Comment from WWF International:


Coral reefs cover less than 0.1% of the ocean, yet more than a quarter of all marine species depend on them. It is a shocking truth that the world has already lost up to half its coral reefs. We must ramp up our efforts to give them and the wildlife they support a fighting chance. Climate change, overfishing and coastal development are some of the biggest threats to coral reefs. Plastic pollution can add to the pressure on corals and make them sick, or worse. Tomorrow is World Wildlife Day, join us in calling for a global agreement to stop marine plastic pollution. Follow the link in our bio to sign the petition. #WWD2019 #WorldWildlifeDay #StopPlasticPollution #WorldWildlifeDay2019 #Connect2Earth #LoveTheOcean #SaveTheOcean #ocean #oceanconservation #oceanlife #marinelife #underwater #underwaterlife #underwaterworld #seacreatures #BluePlanet #marineconservation #coralreefs

17 Days ago

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Comment from WWF International:


Did you know that scientists have identified more than 200,000 species in the oceans, but this is likely to be small fraction of what’s out there. There may well be millions of marine species. From shallow coastal waters to the depths of the seas, our oceans support an incredible variety of wildlife. #WWD2019 #WorldWildlifeDay #StopPlasticPollution #WorldWildlifeDay2019 #Connect2Earth #LoveTheOcean #SaveTheOcean #ocean #oceanconservation #oceanlife #marinelife #underwater #underwaterlife #underwaterworld #seacreatures #BluePlanet #marineconservation

18 Days ago

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Comment from WWF International:


Plastic pollution isn't confined to the country that created it. When plastic waste reaches the sea, it can travel across the globe in ocean currents. We need to work together to tackle marine plastic pollution and push governments around the world to take action. We're calling for a global binding agreement on marine plastic pollution. Follow the link in our bio to make your voice heard. Artist: Movie Music Song: Cinematic, Drama, Sad Song Download/Stream: https://audiograb.com/W8UpPrtZ #StopPlasticPollution #TakeAction #Petition #PeoplePower #ReduceReuseRecycle #BeatPlasticPollution #PlasticPollutes

20 Days ago

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22 Days ago

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Comment from WWF International:


WWF welcomes a landmark ruling by Tanzanian courts, sentencing Yang Feng Glan to 15 years in prison for illegally smuggling 1.9 tonnes of ivory from Tanzania to international buyers in Asia. Did you know, Tanzania has lost 60% of its elephants in only five years? This ruling is a step in the right direction for WWF members and people outside of the organisation, who work tirelessly to stop poaching and put an end to the illegal wildlife trade. #EndangeredWildlife #SayNoToPoaching #AntiPoaching #EndPoaching #IvoryTrade #Elephants

27 Days ago

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Comment from WWF International:


Banning plastic straws is a step in the right direction, but it's not enough. Plastics in the ocean break down over time to become microplastics, which are ingested by fish, sea birds and mammals with damaging effects. We are calling for a global binding agreement on marine plastic pollution. Urge governments to act. Follow the link in our bio and sign the petition now. #StopPlasticPollution #BeatPlasticPollution #SayNoTo Plastic

28 Days ago

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Comment from WWF International:


On 1st February, a container was seized in Hong Kong containing 8.2 tonnes of scales from over 14,000 pangolins. WWF is actively working to reduce the demand for illegal wildlife products in countries like China and Vietnam. We’re also working with TRAFFIC in Asia and Africa to protect pangolins from wildlife crime, and calling for greater protection under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species @cites #ProtectPangolins #WorldPangolinDay #Pangolins #StopPoaching #SavePangolins

31 Days ago

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Comment from WWF International:


Pangolins are the most heavily trafficked wild mammal in the world. You can help us to protect this unique creature from the edge of extinction. Always refuse pangolin-based medicine or meat, and report anyone you see or know trading in pangolins or their parts. Share this video and raise awareness on your own social channels, and ask your government to do more to protect pangolins. #ProtectPangolins #WorldPangolinDay #Pangolins #StopPoaching #SavePangolins

31 Days ago

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Comment from WWF International:


Pangolins are the world’s most heavily trafficked wild mammals. The demand for pangolins comes mostly from China and Vietnam, where their scales are used in traditional medicine and their flesh is considered a delicacy. Pangolin scales are made up of keratin - the same as human fingernails and hair. But in traditional medicine they are believed to cure arthritis, boost male virility and promote breastfeeding in mothers. #ProtectPangolins #WorldPangolinDay #Pangolins #StopPoaching #SavePangolins

32 Days ago

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Comment from WWF International:


Time is running out for pangolins. This spiny anteater is under threat from poaching, despite a total international trade ban. It’s estimated that more than a million pangolins have been killed for their scales and meat in the last decade. Populations of Asian pangolins have declined by 80% in the last decade, and traffickers are increasingly turning to African pangolins. #ProtectPangolins #WorldPangolinDay #Pangolins #StopPoaching #SavePangolins

32 Days ago