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What does the loss of bees actually mean for us? Bees provide us with a free, indispensable service that would be difficult to recover if it was lost. They help...

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The consequences of poaching to wildlife are not only devastating; they are also pervasive. It is the second-biggest direct threat to species survival after habitat destruction.

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There are 35 biodiversity hotspots that have been identified around the world. Although they only make up less than..., a large portion of the species in these zones...

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In order to live for another million years, species have to be as resilient as these 10 animals have been. Every species has their own set of adaptations to survive.

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Due to a multitude of factors, there are many marine mammals who are considered to be endangered. Here is a list of the top 10 endangered marine mammals in the world.

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Data are supporting evidence that we are living on the brink of a sixth mass extinction. Over the past 500 years, we know of 1,000 species that have gone extinct...

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Statistics indicate that poaching for a large number of the targeted species is on the rise. And the sadder news is that there is a long list of poached animals.

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There are a great many ways in which we can help increase biodiversity in urban landscapes. Here are some ideas which we can all try.

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There are two key reasons that land needs to be restored or rehabilitated, namely due to desertification and mining activities or other industrial activities.

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Have you ever thought about why native plants are so important to wildlife? Every plant and animal has a role that they play to allow for the smooth functioning...

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