Snow leopards are shy, elusive cats known for their solitary nature. But one at least has been caught on camera, being loud and proud!
Snow leopards can't actually roar, the noise they make is called a 'chuff'. #FridayFact
Which events of 2016 have inspired you to want action on climate change?
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Have you heard? 'Lost continent' found underneath New Zealand. This drowned landmass, called “Zealandia” by researchers, lies east of Australia and covers some 1.9 million square miles - an area larger than the Indian subcontinent. The landmass is 94 percent underwater, with just the islands of New Zealand and New Caledonia poking out above sea level.
Today is Pangolin Day. Did you know that pangolins are the only mammals in the world covered in scales? Unfortunately, these cool spikes have led pangolins to become the most trafficked mammal in the world. Discover what WWF is doing to help them: [ Pand.as Link ]
Positive news on Friday morning. Supermarkets stores decide to use discarded sugar from split bags to help feed bees.
Discarded sugar, no longer fit for human consumption, is being collected to help stricken bees in Britain struggling to get enough nectar to feed themselves.
Looking for some inspiration this half term?
Why not get creative and make a lantern out of recycled materials using one of our simple templates.
Which will you choose, elephant, polar bear, or willow lantern?
We’d love to see your creations, so send us your photos using #EarthHourUK
We can tackle the climate crisis if enough of us show the love for the things we stand to lose. This Valentine’s Day, you can help that love be felt by the people who can make a world of difference. #ShowTheLove