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Tag: wildlife

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Male Narwhal (Monodon monoceros) gathering en masse to eat cod in the spring at the Arctic Bay floe edge in Lancaster Sound, Nunavut, Canada.

Why narwhal are the most vulnerable to a warmer, louder Arctic

For millennia, these tusked ice whales have been a vital part of Inuit culture in the eastern Arctic. In other parts of the world, the narwhal’s long spiral tusks were once believed to have... Read More
For millennia, these tusked ice whales have been a vital part of Inuit culture in the eastern Arctic. In...
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11 native Canadian species that signal springtime

From the sweet melody of the song sparrow to the emergence of groundhogs from their burrows, one of the most exciting parts of the spring season is watching the natural world reawaken and blossom... Read More
From the sweet melody of the song sparrow to the emergence of groundhogs from their burrows, one of the...
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Five things Tiger King doesn’t explain about captive tigers

Tiger King, Netflix’s new docuseries, is roaring with popularity. But behind the human melodrama, there is a frightful truth: tigers in captivity are a significant conservation issue that could impact the survival of this... Read More
Tiger King, Netflix’s new docuseries, is roaring with popularity. But behind the human melodrama, there is a frightful truth:...
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It’s Amazon Day. And yes, it’s still on fire

On Amazon Day we should all be celebrating South America’s biodiversity-rich rainforest and the unique benefits it provides the planet. But while media coverage has been reduced to a smolder, flames are still engulfing... Read More
On Amazon Day we should all be celebrating South America’s biodiversity-rich rainforest and the unique benefits it provides the...
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5 wild stories from 2018

This year brought deadly environmental disasters and strained politics – but it also gave us a few charming animals that captured our collective attention at times when we seemed to need it most. Here’s... Read More
This year brought deadly environmental disasters and strained politics – but it also gave us a few charming animals...
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Five new species available for adoption

You can now bring home five new adorable species, available through WWF-Canada’s collection of symbolically adoptable animals. Whether you’re searching for a perfect gift for your favourite bird enthusiast, lighting up the world for... Read More
You can now bring home five new adorable species, available through WWF-Canada’s collection of symbolically adoptable animals. Whether you’re...
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More parks but less wildlife: What’s going on?

An unprecedented commitment to terrestrial protected areas in Canada could still leave our most vulnerable species unprotected. Here’s how we can make sure that doesn’t happen. Read More
An unprecedented commitment to terrestrial protected areas in Canada could still leave our most vulnerable species unprotected. Here’s how...
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