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Philanthropic Orgs Pledge $5B to Protect Biodiversity
In the largest-ever private donation for conservation, 9 philanthropic organizations have pledged to give $5 billion to conservation causes by 2030.
Officials in India Burn Old Rhino Horns for World Rhino Day
Officials in Assam, India, reportedly burned approx 2,500 old rhino horns in a special ceremony on September 22, 2021, for World Rhino Day.
Record Number of Dolphins Killed in the Faroe Islands
1,400+ dolphins were reportedly killed in the Faroe Islands' largest-ever recorded hunt (warning: graphic)
How to Save the Bees With Mushroom Extracts
These scientists think mushrooms can save the bees 🍄🐝
How Whales Help Fight Climate Change
‘One whale is worth more than a thousand trees’ — watch how rebuilding whale populations can contribute to solving the climate crisis.
Startup Beewise Creates Robotic Beehive
This robotic 'hive' could be the key to saving the bees 🐝
Animals Die from Heat and Dehydration in Kazakhstan
These Endangered Orcas Are Getting Some Much-needed Protections
The critical habitat for southern resident orcas, commonly known as killer whales, has been expanded by nearly 16,000 square miles to bring its total protected critical habitat to more than 18,000 square miles from the Canada/U.S.
Emperor Penguins Could be Listed as Endangered Species
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) has proposed to list the emperor penguin as ‘threatened’ under the Endangered Species Act to protect it from the threats of melting sea ice in a changing climate.
High River Temps Killing Salmon in Pacific Northwest
‘They’re suffocating’ — Tens of thousands of salmon are at risk in the high temperature waters of the Columbia and Snake Rivers.
Asiatic Black Bear Population in ‘Vulnerable’ State
The Asiatic black bear population is now considered ‘vulnerable’ due to poaching and habitat loss.
Scientists Use 'Bird Disco' to Boost Seabird Populations
These scientists are throwing a party for birds.
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