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Tag: research

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Snow leopard conservationist on a hill

Encountering elusive snow leopards

WWF-Nepal wildlife researcher Sheren Shrestha shares experience studying elusive snow leopards in the Himalayas. With as few as 4,000 snow leopards in the wild, his research is critical to securing this big cat's future. Read More
WWF-Nepal wildlife researcher Sheren Shrestha shares experience studying elusive snow leopards in the Himalayas. With as few as 4,000...
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Curious seal, ancient sharks arrive at Narwhal Camp

Though we refer to it affectionately as Narwhal Camp, the research project underway in Tremblay Sound, Nunavut, encompasses so much more. In addition to using advanced technology to uncover narwhal secrets, the research team... Read More
Though we refer to it affectionately as Narwhal Camp, the research project underway in Tremblay Sound, Nunavut, encompasses so...
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Lessons from a polar bear paw print

What can we learn from a polar bear paw print in the snow? WWF-supported research has now successfully extracted DNA from a polar bear track Read More
What can we learn from a polar bear paw print in the snow? WWF-supported research has now successfully...
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Monarch conservation in the US

As part of WWF’s Monarch Butterfly Week, we spoke with Dr. Karen Oberhauser and Wendy Caldwell of the Monarch Joint Venture about ongoing efforts to support monarch breeding and migration in the US. Read More
As part of WWF’s Monarch Butterfly Week, we spoke with Dr. Karen Oberhauser and Wendy Caldwell of the Monarch...
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‘Sounding’ Canada’s Pacific Ocean

Shipping, boat traffic, seismic exploration, naval activity, oil and gas development, wind farms and other activities make the ocean not just a busy place but also a noisy place. Read More
Shipping, boat traffic, seismic exploration, naval activity, oil and gas development, wind farms and other activities make the ocean...
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