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Tag: at-risk species

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Lake Sturgeon swimming underwater

Canada’s (not actually) creepiest at-risk creatures

For Halloween we’re exhuming some scientific facts about Canada’s spookiest species. But don’t judge a bat by its blood-sucking — these creatures are fundamental to our ecosystems. What’s really spine-chilling is that all of... Read More
For Halloween we’re exhuming some scientific facts about Canada’s spookiest species. But don’t judge a bat by its blood-sucking...
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Rainette faux-grillon

The Western chorus frog’s spring song is endangered

The primary threat to the chorus frog — which has the misfortune of coveting places that are also highly prized by humans — is habitat destruction. On Montreal’s South Shore in particular, urban sprawl... Read More
The primary threat to the chorus frog — which has the misfortune of coveting places that are also highly...
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The science we have – and the science we need to stop wildlife loss

Living Planet Report Canada – among the most comprehensive studies of monitored vertebrate wildlife population trends ever conducted in Canada – has revealed a depth and breadth of loss that’s unexpected in a country that takes... Read More
Living Planet Report Canada – among the most comprehensive studies of monitored vertebrate wildlife population trends ever conducted in Canada...
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You can help stop wildlife loss. Here’s how

WWF’s new Living Planet Report Canada, is a wakeup call. It shows that half the monitored wildlife studied are in decline, and their population numbers have dropped on average 83 per cent since 1970.... Read More
WWF’s new Living Planet Report Canada, is a wakeup call. It shows that half the monitored wildlife studied are...
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