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Mangroves provide valuable services for people and the planet, but they’re disappearing at an alarming rate. About 50% of the world’s mangroves have been wiped out in the last half century and human activity has been mostly to blame. If we don’t act now, we could lose the remaining mangrove cover in just 100 years.

Mangroves mean life for coastal communities throughout the tropics
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02/23/2017 at 21:06. Facebook
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02/22/2017 at 23:16. Facebook
Are you a musician? We’re calling on you to share your love for the planet and resolve to fight climate change through your music. On March 25 at 8:30PM local time, go live on Facebook using #EarthHourLive. Learn more and let us know you’re participating: [ Link ].
The latest survey of monarch butterfly’s winter habitat in Mexico is a stark reminder that these butterflies are in need of protection: The area occupied by the butterfly colonies has decreased 27% compared to last year’s survey, which is conducted every winter at the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve.

New study shows 27% decrease in area occupied by monarch butterflies
Save the date: This year, Earth Hour takes place at 8:30 p.m. local time on March 25. Momentum is on our side. The world is looking toward a renewable energy future. This Earth Hour, turn up the dark and get loud about climate action. Learn more: [ Link ]
Love the #PangolinLove #GoogleDoodle? Check the link to find out how you can support our conservation work!

Pangolin Love
Have you seen today’s #GoogleDoodle featuring the pangolin? Check out the game and find out how you can support WWF’s work on! #PangolinLove
We are so thankful to actor Nicholas Hoult for raising money to help support our conservation work.
This isn't good. Migratory monarch butterflies are in need of protection.

New study shows 27% decrease in area occupied by monarch butterflies
Elephant collaring provides vital information in the fight to save this iconic animal. It enables rangers and scouts to respond quickly to poaching and related human-elephant conflicts.

Tracking elephants in Kenya to prevent human-wildlife conflict
How much do you know about sea turtles and the threats they face? Seven species of sea turtles grace our ocean waters and most are endangered.

Infographic: Sea Turtles
“Wildlife conservation can be a tough job. What's so devastating about the vaquita is that it could go extinct with the majority of the world having no idea this beautiful animal even existed. But I refuse to give up hope. We'll fight on.” – WWF’s Leigh Henry.

Vaquita population drops to 30 individuals
By eating more fruits from more tree species than probably any other large vertebrate, African forest elephants are essential for the dispersal and germination of many rain forest trees.

Living among the trees: Five animals that depend on forests
What do spadefoot toads and magicians have in common? They both can disappear before your eyes.

A toad's disappearing act, caught on camera
This technology continues to help rangers in the field.
Forests are life! Check out these five animals who call forests home.

Living among the trees: Five animals that depend on forests
Something was off about Wusa, a dedicated gorilla mother. She couldn’t put weight on one of her hands, making caring for her three-month-old infant difficult. WWF’s Primate Habitation Program staff realized that her wrist was caught in a metal snare.

WWF leads snare removal from injured female gorilla
Lake Saimaa ringed seals need snow to build the lairs in which they give birth. But over the past several years, the snow cover in the region has not been deep enough to create those lairs.

WWF digs a safe home for endangered freshwater seals
This is a big deal! Nepal is celebrating 1000 days of zero rhino poaching in Chitwan National Park. Poached to the brink of extinction, the recovery of the greater one-horned rhino is considered to be one of the greatest conservation successes.