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Tag: endangered species

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The Ghosts of the Mountains caught on film by WWF researchers

Rinjan Shrestha, Conservation Scientist for WWF’s Eastern Himalayas Programme shares his experience from a recent expedition to track and count snow leopards in Nepal. Counting snow leopards is crucial to the survival of this... Read More
Rinjan Shrestha, Conservation Scientist for WWF’s Eastern Himalayas Programme shares his experience from a recent expedition to track and...
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Endangered St. Lawrence Belugas and the end of an oil port project

The Canadian government has failed in its legal obligations to protect the St. Lawrence Beluga under the Species At Risk Act. Hopefully, the "endangered" classification will lead to formal designation of the beluga’s critical... Read More
The Canadian government has failed in its legal obligations to protect the St. Lawrence Beluga under the Species At...
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The Gully: An East Coast Natural Wonder Turns 10

Some 200km off the coast of Nova Scotia lies one of Canada’s natural wonders – an underwater canyon that dwarfs the Grand Canyon! This canyon is called the Sable Gully and it’s actually the... Read More
Some 200km off the coast of Nova Scotia lies one of Canada’s natural wonders – an underwater canyon that...
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Just a fluke? The rush to downlist humpbacks while other whales wait for help.

The “downlisting” of Pacific humpback whales from “Threatened” to “Special Concern” caused a media sensation this week. Like many, we wonder why humpbacks were singled out for quick action while other whales at risk... Read More
The “downlisting” of Pacific humpback whales from “Threatened” to “Special Concern” caused a media sensation this week. Like many,...
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