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Local communities say “no to oil” in Virunga. Jobs are at risk! bit.ly/1h9WZrD #SOSVirunga
#Amazon rainforest home to 10% of the world's known species! Find out how you can protect #wildlife that lives there bit.ly/1jEjW5v
More evidence that Virunga is no place for oil. RT to tell Soco NO! #SOSVirunga #TFF2014 panda.org/sos
WWF calls on Soco to explain Virunga allegations in new film ow.ly/2FN2xX
JUST IN: Serious allegations made against Soco at @TribecaFilmFest #SOSVirunga #TFF2014 bit.ly/1laHRNn
It’s not about where you are from, it’s about caring for our world. Say NO to oil exploration #SOSVirunga: panda.org/sos
Give a hand to the people of Virunga and join them in saying “no to oil.” Sign now: panda.org/sos #SOSVirunga
The #Amazon rainforest is a bird's paradise! Did you know macaws can live up to 60 years? bit.ly/1jEjW5v
Did you know that as sloths are so slow, algae can grow on their backs giving them very useful camouflage?! Amazing #Amazon #animals!
Please take a moment to listen to Emmanuel’s passionate words about his vision for #Virunga and its animals: youtube.com/watch?v=OhnGza…
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Let's go north! Follow polar bear researchers in the field in #Svalbard panda.org/svalbard.
WWF statement on Virunga warden - The chief warden of Democratic Republic of the Congo's Virunga National Park, Em... ow.ly/2FIKfT
#Amazon rainforest home to 10% of the world's known species! Find out how you can protect #wildlife that lives there bit.ly/1jEjW5v
WWF has our friend #Virunga Chief Warden Emmanuel de Merode in our thoughts as he recovers from gunshot wounds suffered in #DRC yesterday
Hummmm…did you know that a hummingbird’s heart rate is more than 1200 beats per minute? Amazing #Amazon #animals! bit.ly/1jEjW5v
Sea ice made northern #Svalbard inaccessible to ships 20 years ago - in the summer. Today, it's a different story. ow.ly/vN5J1
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The #Amazon rainforest is a bird's paradise! Did you know macaws can live up to 60 years? bit.ly/1jEjW5v
Did you know that as sloths are so slow, algae can grow on their backs giving them very useful camouflage?! Amazing #Amazon #animals!
Sloths are just one of the amazing #animals that live in the #Amazon. Check out some others: bit.ly/1jEjW5v flic.kr/p/n6WaCK
#Amazon rainforest home to 10% of the world's known species! Find out how you can protect #wildlife that lives there bit.ly/1jEjW5v
Transforming world's energy systems an urgent necessity - Berlin – WWF supports a call in a major UN scienti... ow.ly/2FCWpq
#Amazon River dolphin is largest river dolphin species in the world. Read more about this amazing animal & its home bit.ly/1jEjW5v
The #Amazon rainforest is a bird's paradise! Did you know macaws can live up to 60 years? bit.ly/1jEjW5v
#Amazon rainforest home to 10% of the world's known species! Find out how you can protect #wildlife that lives there bit.ly/1jEjW5v
Gambling problem? - As the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change meets on measures to reduce the impact of cli... ow.ly/2FAn07