WWF Australia
WWF Australia
06/24/2017 at 23:55. Facebook
❄ A young Aussie explorer has climbed the summit of Antarctica's tallest mountain, and captured some incredible drone footage of the icy continent ❄
A young Aussie explorer has climbed the summit of Antarcticas tallest

Amazing drone footage captures never before seen areas of Antarctica

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WWF Australia
WWF Australia
06/23/2017 at 23:07. Facebook
Without trees, koalas are seeking shelter in some unusual places.
Without trees koalas are seeking shelter in some unusual places

Koalas with nowhere to go photo gallery – WWF-Australia

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Lesli Knetter
Dianne Ellis
Fourth Crossing Wildlife - Australian Native Animal Information
WWF Australia
WWF Australia
06/23/2017 at 07:15. Facebook
What a bloom! This bioluminescent algae glows in the dark is becoming more common on the coast around Australia.
What a bloom This bioluminescent algae glows in the dark is becoming

Glow-in-the-dark algae lights up Port Lincoln beach in SA

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Lee Horrocks
Barbara Brennan
WWF Australia
WWF Australia
06/22/2017 at 23:22. Facebook
Trash or treasure? Deep sea exploration has uncovered a number of new species, but scientists have also discovered an alarming amount of rubbish on the ocean floor.
Trash or treasure Deep sea exploration has uncovered a number of new

Scientists mapping sea floor find the weird, the wonderful and the waste

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Roger Miller
Kathy Cleary
Bek Jo
WWF Australia
WWF Australia
06/22/2017 at 07:32. Facebook
"The reef is too precious to risk by letting rogue ships come through the reef's waters and potentially have a major disaster on our doorstep", Richard Leck, WWF-Australia Head of Oceans
The reef is too precious to risk by letting rogue ships come

Company faces massive fine over 15-tonne Great Barrier Reef oil spill

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Jasper Barnaby Vader
Troy Huggins
Laurel Jeffery
WWF Australia
WWF Australia
06/21/2017 at 22:40. Facebook
Excessive tree-clearing drove this young koala family out of their home and into danger. Sadly, Taylor and his mother Harriett were trampled by horses while trying to cross a field in search of food. Thankfully they made a full recovery and were successfully released back to the wild by Return to the Wild, Inc.. Help keep koalas safe: [ Wwfau.org Link ]
Excessive treeclearing drove this young koala family out of their home and
Frances Laurie
Amy Evans
Glenda Boyce
WWF Australia
WWF Australia
06/21/2017 at 06:42. Facebook
It's gettin' hot in here (so hot) and while Nelly might approve, scientists are concerned about global warming's effect on the sex-ratio of certain species.
Its gettin hot in here so hot and while Nelly might approve

How cracking the sex-change code in bearded dragons could help them survive...

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Stevie Pete
Kelsey Hartman
Caroline Casey
WWF Australia
WWF Australia
06/20/2017 at 22:00. Facebook
‘Hello down there!’ Did you know male giraffes like this towering fellow can reach up to 6 meters? Today is World Giraffe Day so we’re raising awareness for the tallest animals on Earth!
The sad news is that due to habitat loss, poaching and disease there are now fewer giraffes than elephants in Africa.
Hello down there Did you know male giraffes like this towering fellow
Anjali Pandey
Sally Marie Smith
Gulcan Boyund
WWF Australia
WWF Australia
06/20/2017 at 07:30. Facebook
We’re absolutely thrilled to have been involved in this exciting discovery!
We’re absolutely thrilled to have been involved in this exciting discovery
WWF Australia
WWF Australia
06/19/2017 at 21:30. Facebook
These koalas have found themselves in some unlikely places.
These koalas have found themselves in some unlikely places

Koalas with nowhere to go – WWF-Australia

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Gayle Wattie
Yvonne Francine
Judyann Buckler
WWF Australia
WWF Australia
06/19/2017 at 07:30. Facebook
Wildlife carers like Clare from Return to the Wild, Inc. are sadly used to seeing koalas out of home and out of place. Excessive tree-clearing means koalas like this female have to travel great distances just to search for food trees, often with devastating consequences. Here's how you can help: [ Wwfau.org Link ]
Wildlife carers like Clare from Return to the Wild Inc are sadly

Excessive tree-clearing leads to attacks on koalas - WWF Australia

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Mary Bright
Julie Jeans
Jan Jorgensen
Snow leopards, also known as the 'ghost of the mountain', are not easy to spot. But that hasn't stopped the team from WWF Nepal!
Snow leopards also known as the ghost of the mountain are not

YALUNG - Ghost of Kangchenjunga

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HyeJin An
Rose McMillan
Scientists are giving these little desert critters a leg up by building shelters that protect them from the growing number of predators.
Scientists are giving these little desert critters a leg up by building

Dying desert animals take refuge in man-made homes

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Roger Miller
Peter J Chambers
Rose McMillan
#DidYouKnow, Australia is home to six of the seven marine turtles in the world? Protect their habitat this #WorldSeaTurtleDay, by joining the global movement to save the Reef: [ Wwfau.org Link ]
DidYouKnow Australia is home to six of the seven marine turtles in
Happy #WorldSeaTurtleDay! We are proud to support species such as the Hawksbill turtle and Green turtle, working to protect their habitat and secure their future: [ Wwfau.org Link ].
Happy WorldSeaTurtleDay We are proud to support species such as the Hawksbill
Rose McMillan
It's a girl! The first southern brown baby bandicoot, born in Booderee National Park and Botanic Gardens from a reintroduced population, was discovered by a researcher from the The Australian National University. Congrats
Its a girl The first southern brown baby bandicoot born in Booderee

Baby bandicoot born at Booderee, the first in a century

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Zannah Gubler
Damián Rumiz
Anni Bock
Great news from Finland! Nesting of the endangered Saimaa ringed seal was saved with man-made snow banks. Out of the 81 pups born this year, 90 percent were born in the man-made banks. Learn more: [ Wwfau.org Link ]
Tonia Sutton
Scot Piquette
Kayla Schultz
Happy #GlobalWindDay Did you know... it takes less than a year for a wind farm to offset the energy required for its construction?
Happy GlobalWindDay Did you know it takes less than a year for
John Hawkless
Joanne Lee Arden Winters
Brooke Jones
Lord Howe Island is home to a wide range of feathered friends
Lord Howe Island is home to a wide range of feathered friends

Meet the bold birds of Lord Howe Island

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Emma Holdom
#AntarcticUpdate: scientists see the impending collapse of a major ice shelf as a threat to larger amounts of ice, and the glaciers that flow behind them.
AntarcticUpdate scientists see the impending collapse of a major ice shelf as

A Crack in an Antarctic Ice Shelf Is 8 Miles From Creating an Iceberg the Size of Delaware

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Rikki Bywaters
Kym Avalon
Jan Jorgensen