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Leaf me alone

Did you spot the leaf-tailed gecko amongst all the leaves? These geckos of the Uroplatus genus, mainly reside in trees and bushes, and use their amazing colouration as camouflage from predators. Their main threat however is deforestation and the illegal wildlife trade.
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This amazing shot of a Venezuelan glass frog by Heidi and Hans-Jurgen Koch, shows the translucent abdomen of the frog containing it's eggs, hence the name glass frog. However, their numbers are declining due to deforestation.
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01/19/2017 at 12:01. Facebook
Ever wondered where your chocolate bar originates from, or your shampoo, or even your medicines? The following blog gives you an insight...

Ten products and ingredients that come from the Amazon. - WWF UK Blog

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01/18/2017 at 15:02. Facebook
Last week we had the amazing discovery of the aptly-named Skywalker gibbon. But are there any other animals out there that are like Star Wars creatures? Well yes in fact there are...

Five Star Wars aliens that pretty much exist in real life

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01/17/2017 at 12:01. Facebook
Have you been watching the BBC's Spy in the Wild series beautifully narrated by David Tennant?

Watch at 30 minutes 35 seconds in where we learn all about the red-billed hornbill. These clever woodland birds secure a nest for their chicks using various materials and are completely devoted to each other.

I spy with my little eye, something beginning with R...

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01/16/2017 at 10:30. Facebook
Watch a short, thought provoking film about the future of our forests.

Unilever - Farewell To The Forest

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01/15/2017 at 10:30. Facebook
How Sunday mornings should be spent.....
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01/14/2017 at 10:30. Facebook
The question people often ask us is how do we decide which animals and plants to focus our conservation efforts and funds on? Well, it’s not always an easy decision… but we do have criteria to guide us.

Protecting wildlife

Friday Fact!

Did you know Gorillas, like all wild animals, play an important role in their environment? Without these large-scale grazers eating lots of vegetation, the natural balance in the food chain would be disrupted.
Great story for any Star Wars fans! You'll love reading about this amazing discovery of the new Skywalker hoolock gibbon!

May the forest be with you!

'Star Wars gibbon' is new primate species - BBC News

Today we give you another chance to test your forest knowledge. Can anybody tell us what type of animal this cute little fella is?
"The more I learn about forests and the wealth of life within them, the more I am inspired by them…”

Meet Will, he’s our Chief Advisor on Forests. Will writes about everything to do with forests, from Deforestation right through to community enterprises in Tanzania and everything in between.

Read more about Will and his work.

Where there’s a Will there’s a forest

We know you love forests, but ever thought about running through one to raise money?

Run forest run!

Did you know more than 80% of deforestation between 2010 and 2030 is likely to happen in just 11 places?

These are the "deforestation fronts."

Deforestation Fronts

Young people are so important to the future of our forests. We believe that each and every one of us has a responsibility to help children explore the nature around them, to find out about environments far away.

Inspiring the next generation

Have a post-Christmas epiphany!

In the Christian calendar, 6 January is when you traditionally take your Christmas tree down. Some say it's bad luck to leave it up. But what do you do with it?

Did you know, 90% of real Christmas trees go to landfill! All real Christmas trees should be disposed of sustainably by contacting your local council.
Start the New Year by thinking about how lifestyle choices make up your environmental carbon footprint. Take our test and let us know how you did in the comments section below.

WWF Footprint Calculator

This funny looking fella is a Natal forest tree frog. These frogs usually live in the foliage and branches of forest trees. They lay eggs on banks of ponds and quiet streams, or on broad leaves near the water's edge.
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