Conservation Archive

  •   Screwhorn Antelope Facts   The most noteworthy fact about the Screwhorn Antelope remains their distinctively curved horns, from which their name derives. Yet they have far more than that […]

    Screwhorn Antelope

      Screwhorn Antelope Facts   The most noteworthy fact about the Screwhorn Antelope remains their distinctively curved horns, from which their name derives. Yet they have far more than that […]

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  •     You would think that the Green Sea Turtle has green shell and body, right? But that’s not it! The real reason for its name is far more “colorful”. […]

    Green Sea Turtle

        You would think that the Green Sea Turtle has green shell and body, right? But that’s not it! The real reason for its name is far more “colorful”. […]

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  •   The Pallas Cat is a small species of wildcat. They are endemic to the montane steppes and grasslands of Central Asia. Their distribution throughout this range is highly fragmented, however. […]

    Pallas Cat

      The Pallas Cat is a small species of wildcat. They are endemic to the montane steppes and grasslands of Central Asia. Their distribution throughout this range is highly fragmented, however. […]

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  • 33 Powerful Animal Ad Campaigns that Tell the Uncomfortable Truth  BoredPanda has written before about powerful advertisements that were designed to raise awareness about important social and environmental issues. But what about animals? They […]

    Powerful Animal Ad Campaigns

    33 Powerful Animal Ad Campaigns that Tell the Uncomfortable Truth  BoredPanda has written before about powerful advertisements that were designed to raise awareness about important social and environmental issues. But what about animals? They […]

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  •   The Margay is a spotted feline native to North and South America and is an extremely solitary type of wildcat. The Margay is a predominantly nocturnal animal and typically prefers extremely remote sections […]

    Margay

      The Margay is a spotted feline native to North and South America and is an extremely solitary type of wildcat. The Margay is a predominantly nocturnal animal and typically prefers extremely remote sections […]

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  •   The Dugong or Sea Cow is a very large species of marine mammal and is one of only four surviving types of the order Sirenia. In fact, it is also the only sirenian in […]

    Dugong

      The Dugong or Sea Cow is a very large species of marine mammal and is one of only four surviving types of the order Sirenia. In fact, it is also the only sirenian in […]

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  • Honey Bee (or honeybees) is the common name of a subset of insects, primarily popular for their production and storage of honey. They also construct perennial, colonial nests from wax. Honey […]

    Honey Bee

    Honey Bee (or honeybees) is the common name of a subset of insects, primarily popular for their production and storage of honey. They also construct perennial, colonial nests from wax. Honey […]

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  • The Marbled Cat is an extremely reclusive species of small wild cat endemic to southeast Asia. The Marbled Cat has evolved to be primarily arboreal in nature. They live in the […]

    Marbled Cat

    The Marbled Cat is an extremely reclusive species of small wild cat endemic to southeast Asia. The Marbled Cat has evolved to be primarily arboreal in nature. They live in the […]

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  •   The Javan Rhino is the fourth rarest creature on earth. There are none in captivity and only 40 known left in the wild. Unfortunately, it is 1 of only […]

    Javan Rhino

      The Javan Rhino is the fourth rarest creature on earth. There are none in captivity and only 40 known left in the wild. Unfortunately, it is 1 of only […]

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  •     The Seychelles Sheath-Tailed Bat is officially as the fifth rarest creature on earth! Bats are mammals of the family Chiroptera. This rare and tiny member of that family lives […]

    Seychelles Sheath-Tailed Bat

        The Seychelles Sheath-Tailed Bat is officially as the fifth rarest creature on earth! Bats are mammals of the family Chiroptera. This rare and tiny member of that family lives […]

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  •   Super-storm Sandy via satellite imagery   I have been following  the scientific research concerning climate change, and the phenomenon referred to as “Global Warming”  for more than 40 years […]

    Global Warming: Undeniable

      Super-storm Sandy via satellite imagery   I have been following  the scientific research concerning climate change, and the phenomenon referred to as “Global Warming”  for more than 40 years […]

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  • Shark finning can be largely summarized as the monetizing of human whims. It is the brutal practice of slicing off a shark’s fins, often for use in shark fin soup, […]

    Shark-Finning Whims

    Shark finning can be largely summarized as the monetizing of human whims. It is the brutal practice of slicing off a shark’s fins, often for use in shark fin soup, […]

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  • Do you know what is bile bear farming? According to Wikipedia, bile bear, or battery bear, refers to Asiatic black bears kept in captivity in China and Vietnam to harvest bile, a digestive juice produced by the liver and stored […]

    Bear Farming Horror

    Do you know what is bile bear farming? According to Wikipedia, bile bear, or battery bear, refers to Asiatic black bears kept in captivity in China and Vietnam to harvest bile, a digestive juice produced by the liver and stored […]

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  • A photo says a thousand words – especially amazing conservation photography that evokes a myriad of emotions. Conservation photography may be a discipline you’ve never heard of. The foundations have […]

    Amazing Conservation Photography

    A photo says a thousand words – especially amazing conservation photography that evokes a myriad of emotions. Conservation photography may be a discipline you’ve never heard of. The foundations have […]

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  • What is World Overpopulation? July 11th is the annual World Population Day, by the United Nations to highlight the impacts of overpopulation on people and the environment. Governments, universities and […]

    Happy World OverPopulation Day!

    What is World Overpopulation? July 11th is the annual World Population Day, by the United Nations to highlight the impacts of overpopulation on people and the environment. Governments, universities and […]

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  • Who is behind rhino poaching? With the steep rise of wealth in China and Vietnam, the perception of rhino horn benefits seems grow as well. Rhino horn has zero medicinal […]

    Rhino Poaching: Who is Killing Africa’s Rhinos

    Who is behind rhino poaching? With the steep rise of wealth in China and Vietnam, the perception of rhino horn benefits seems grow as well. Rhino horn has zero medicinal […]

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  • What is the sixth mass extinction? Certainly, species go extinct every day. However, there’s a steep decline in populations of many animal species, from frogs and fish to tigers. Some scientists […]

    Are we Facing Earth’s Sixth Mass Extinction?

    What is the sixth mass extinction? Certainly, species go extinct every day. However, there’s a steep decline in populations of many animal species, from frogs and fish to tigers. Some scientists […]

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