WWF Forests
WWF Forests
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The forests of Indonesia which contain some the last of the Orangutan are under threat. Find out more...
The forests of Indonesia which contain some the last of the Orangutan

Forests of the Orangutan, Costing the Earth - BBC Radio 4

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WWF Forests
WWF Forests
04/22/2017 at 11:30. Facebook
Don't these bonobo monkeys look a little bit like a boy band? Any ideas for forest themed boy band names?

Obviously the 'Monkees' is already taken!
Dont these bonobo monkeys look a little bit like a boy band
Babs Jope
Lilian Cooper
Lilian Cooper
WWF Forests
WWF Forests
04/21/2017 at 13:02. Facebook
It's Forest Friend Friday!

The Giant Otter, (also known as the river wolf) is the longest of the world's otters, It can only be found in lowland tropical rainforests of northern South America.

Their whiskers, which are called vibrissae, are amazing as they can use them to detect changes in currents and water pressure. This helps when they are searching for fish and other prey because they...
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Its Forest Friend Friday The Giant Otter also known as the river
WWF Forests
WWF Forests
04/20/2017 at 11:30. Facebook
Worrying news!

The bird population in Vermont’s forests has declined 14.2 percent over 25 years, largely due to several factors, including invasive species, climate change, and the natural cycle of maturing forests say scientists.
Worrying news The bird population in Vermonts forests has declined 142 percent

Signs of trouble for birds in Vermont's forests

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Lilian Cooper
WWF Forests
WWF Forests
04/19/2017 at 11:30. Facebook
The world's forests are teeming with amazing and unique wildlife.

The Monitor lizard is capable of reaching a metre in length; this beautiful species is black with a mesmerising pattern of turquoise and blue.
The world's forests are teeming with amazing and unique wildlife
Lilian Cooper
WWF Forests
WWF Forests
04/18/2017 at 11:30. Facebook
There’s a lot more to forests than trees.
So many animals, so many people, so much life…
There’s a lot more to forests than trees

Forests

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Alamgir Hussain
WWF Forests
WWF Forests
04/17/2017 at 11:30. Facebook
I don't care if I do have to go back to work tomorrow...I'm staying here!
I don't care if I do have to go back to work tomorrowI'm staying here
Ever thought about where your Easter chocolate comes from?

Below is the Cacao tree. It produces cocoa beans which are used to make cocoa powder and chocolate.
Ever thought about where your Easter chocolate comes from
Lilian Cooper
Chocolate production certainly raises lots of environmental issues such as ‘What’s behind the Fairtrade label?’ ‘Why is the rainforest important?’ and ‘Why do we need to protect it?’
Chocolate production certainly raises lots of environmental issues such as Whats behind

Tropical Chocolate – from bean to bar - WWF UK Blog

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It's Forest Friend Friday! Easter bunny edition.

The Brazilian cottontail rabbit makes its home in tropical rain forests, deciduous forests, and second growth forests, as well as pastures surrounding forest habitat.
It's Forest Friend Friday Easter bunny edition
Tigers are elusive creatures, which makes it extra special when we see one this close!

This tiger crouching in the grass was just less than 10m away from one of our field team members in Chitwan National Park, a World Heritage site in Nepal. #iProtectTigers
Ryan Bryan St Johnns
"Now I'm the king of the swingers. Oh, the jungle VIP"

Who can tell us what forest themed movie that song is from?
"Now I'm the king of the swingers Oh the jungle VIP"
Anna Pinguey
Jo Charlotte Sayers
Adrian Hutchison
According to a new study, much of the Amazon is facing an increase in deforestation and drought over the next century.
According to a new study much of the Amazon is facing an

Amazon faces death spiral of drought and deforestation, scientists warn

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Look out! Monday's about!

This handsome chap is a Red Fox who live in forests throughout the Northern hemisphere.
Look out Mondays about This handsome chap is a Red Fox who
Ahh... Sunday.

Hope you're as relaxed as this Bonobo today?
Ahh Sunday 

Hope youre as relaxed as this Bonobo today
Did you know that Palm oil is in everything from margarine to lipstick? Growing it irresponsibly can devastate forests, wildlife, communities and the global climate.

See which brands are taking the right action and which are falling short or doing nothing at all.
Did you know that Palm oil is in everything from margarine to

WWF Palm Oil Buyers Scorecard - Measuring the sustainability of palm oil...

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Jennifer Wyles
Cătălina Ciontu-Hălăuceanu
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It's Forest Friend Friday!

Today we look at Spotted hyenas who live in a range of habitats throughout Africa including grasslands, woodlands, forests and mountains.

They usually sleep in dens and are famed scavengers who often dine on the leftovers of other predators.
Its Forest Friend Friday Today we look at Spotted hyenas who live
Lilian Cooper
We’re working to maintain vast forest habitats, focussing on priority areas in the eastern Himalayas, east Africa and the Amazon. In these areas, we're helping increase the amount of forest that is being protected and promoting good management of those forests.
Were working to maintain vast forest habitats focussing on priority areas in

Affecting change in six big areas

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Read about a fascinating industrial-scale experiment in a Staffordshire forest which will hopefully help fill gaps in knowledge about climate change.#MakeClimateMatter
Read about a fascinating industrialscale experiment in a Staffordshire forest which will

Sci-fi forest tracks carbon impact

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Growing back to the roots

What weighs 6 million kilograms and is over 80,000 years old? No it's not a small planet or the largest dinosaur. It is in fact the Pando tree!

This clonal colony of quaking aspens (Populus tremuloides), also known as the 'trembling giant', is the world's biggest single living organism, as it has one massive underground root system. Well bless my Treebeard!
Growing back to the roots What weighs 6 million kilograms and is
Lilian Cooper