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If you’ve been watching Planet Earth 2, then you may have seen the pole-dancing Wilson’s bird of paradise strutting his stuff on the forest dance floor. It’s a colourful display of the brightest feathers for one lucky bird.

Shake ya tail feather, Wilson

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What’s that cat?

How’s your big cat knowledge? A bit hazy? Guess the name of this forest-dwelling feline and leave us your answer below.
WWF Forests
12/02/2016 at 12:01. Facebook
Did you know that tigers are the biggest of the big cats? The male Amur tiger is the largest and heaviest cat in the world, and can weigh up to 300kg!
WWF Forests
12/01/2016 at 12:01. Facebook
It’s Firs-day!

As it's 1 December, we thought you might like to see an image of a Christmassy-looking fir tree.

Did you know, the Himalayan Fir (Abies spectabilis) can grow to almost 100 feet tall. That’s slightly taller than a Diplodocus! Happy National Tree Week.
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11/30/2016 at 12:01. Facebook
In the Canadian Rockies, Bears use trees to leave a unique scent mark, letting other bears know they've been there. This helps them to avoid conflict with other bears. It's also a great way to shed winter fur at the beginning of the spring....oh and just to have a good old scratch.

Boogie bears

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11/29/2016 at 12:01. Facebook
Tigers, the biggest cats in the jungle, need our help. Let’s lend a paw and make #GivingTuesday about tigers this year!

Become a tiger protector with WWF today

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11/28/2016 at 11:00. Facebook
And who better to mark the occasion with a blog than our very own Forests expert, Will.

It’s National Tree Week

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11/27/2016 at 14:01. Facebook
Last week we asked if anyone knew what this unique looking creature was. Its a Borneo Forest dragon (Gonocephalus bornensis) of course! Did you get it right?
They are found in rainforests and live in tree trunks often near streams.

Keep checking this page for more weird and wonderful forest dwellers.
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11/27/2016 at 10:00. Facebook
Here’s a fun fact for your weekend

Tigers that live in humid tropical forests – such as in Sumatra and Malaysia – generally have darker coats and more stripes than tigers found in less humid habitats, such as India and Nepal.
We only have until 1 December to protect Doñana National Park. People like Juan depend on this precious World Heritage site, but the river dredging project poses a threat to his livelihood and to the place he loves.

Together we can help people like Juan - urge the president of Spain to put a stop to the activities that are threatening his home.
Did you know we are losing forests at a rate of around one football pitch every 2 seconds?

That's why we’re working with industries and consumers to promote sustainable use of the world’s forest

Tackling forest loss and damage

Caption time! What caption would you give this adorable Iberian lynx?

The most endangered feline in the world, the Iberian lynx depends on...

We are officially at the halfway point of our goal to double tigers!
Your support has helped make it possible to halt the global decline of tigers. For the next 6 years, we will continue our work to double wild tiger numbers.

Help us double wild tigers by 2022

An ordinary family wake up one day to find a huge tiger in their home. What magical world has it come from, and how will it ever get back?

Watch to find out! [ Po.st Link ] #iProtectTigers
If you saw last night's amazing episode of Planet Earth 2 why not find out more about one of its fascinating stars, the Jaguar?


Forest trivia

Any ideas who this fiery fellow is? Leave us a comment. We’ll let you know who’s right and tell you a bit more about him at the same time next week.
What do a German kitchen, a Vietnamese bedroom, a Chinese living room with Polish chairs and Italian wood all have in common?

Well, they all make up the most important furniture product types we import from other countries. We literally do live in a multicultural wood...I mean world.

Timber trivia

Doñana National Park is a place of unique natural beauty, and a last refuge for threatened species – but right now it’s under threat.

What a beautiful sight! #LoveNature