The word Pangolin comes from ‘penggulung,’ the Malay word for roller – the action a pangolin takes in self-defense. A startled pangolin will cover its head with its front legs, exposing its scales to ...
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Tapanuli Orangutan: 800 individuals left. There are fewer than 800 Tapanuli orangutans left in the wild making them critically endangered. They were only recognised as a new species in 2017. Just like ...
Walrus are facing the reality of the climate crisis and we need to know more about how they are affected. WWF and British Antarctic Survey (BAS) are asking the public to become ‘Walrus Detectives’ and ...
The word Pangolin comes from ‘penggulung,’ the Malay word for roller – the action a pangolin takes in self-defense. A startled pangolin will cover its head with its front legs, exposing its scales to ...
Omaze launches latest monthly prize draw with a £3 million coastal retreat in Cornwall to raise vital funds for charity partner World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) ...
The government’s own environmental watchdog has determined that the government may have broken environmental law by watering down critical regulations on nitrogen pollution in England’s rivers. [1] ...
Peatlands are incredibly special habitats, made up of highly adapted plant species and home to a range of rare and important wildlife. They absorb carbon from the atmosphere and lock it up in peat.
Ecologists and conservation researchers have a long history of using sound to study wildlife, from identifying birdsong by ear in the field, to surveying bats with handheld detectors, to using ...
Putting the water at the heart of a sustainable future for the people & ecosystems in apparel supply chains. Collective action on textiles and apparel supply chains by WaterAid and WWF supported by ...
In the last 12,000 years, our planet has lost three trillion trees. But forests have an incredible capacity to recover, if we give them the chance. They can regenerate, rebuild and re-wild - if only ...
There are two types of whales: the baleen whales and the toothed whales. Baleen whales, including humpbacks and blue whales, have fibrous 'baleen' plates in their mouths instead of teeth, which help ...