Promote Wildlife Conservation with our FREE animated logos

Please help us to increase awareness about the urgent need to preserve biodiversity by mounting one of our attractive, animated butterfly logos on your website or blog. The logo can be adapted to fit where you want to place it and to match the color of your website. It’s as simple as copying the HTML […]

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Where has the Berlin Bear Gone?

No one knows for sure why Berlin is called the way it is. According to some, it was a homage to “Albrecht the Bear”, the founder of the Brandenburg margraviate in the 1100’s. Reaching farther back in the Slavic roots of this region, the word “berl” means swamp, which is what this region is. The […]

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The Bees and the Birds

United States, Vermont, 1962, Springtime. Walking through the forests, all seemed to be in order, except for one startling peculiarity: the air was still. No birds flew amongst the trees and without them, their songs were gone as well. This unnerving detail was not localised to Vermont. Birds were vanishing from ecosystems all across North […]

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Are bees wildlife?

Why don’t we see bees like another nuisance insect that stings like a vulgar scolopendra or worse, a mosquito? Somewhere deep down, humans have computed that these originally coloured flying darts are more than “just” insects. Bees are one of the most well spread out species families in the kingdom of life. Where there are […]

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No Plan B for Berlin Bees

Can you think of a species which bakes its own food, dances with mates, fight wars against each other, and offer their queens flowery stuff (to make babies)? You’ve guessed it, bees. Not what you expected? Well, bees have been around for 100,000,000 years. That’s 99,800,000 more years than humans have walked the Earth. Recently […]

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Video: Wild wolf shot and killed in Denmark

One of the first wild wolves to roam free in Denmark for 200 years has been shot and killed, threatening the survival of the species in the country. Two naturalists who were observing the wolves captured the moment the animal was shot on camera. The film has sparked outrage. The footage appears to show the […]

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Visitors to China Zoo Kill Kangaroo That Wouldn’t Jump

Some really despicable visitors to the Fuzhou Zoo in China last month were unhappy with the inactive kangaroos that were resting inside their enclosure. The group wanted to see those kangaroos jump, so they began pelting them with bricks and chunks of concrete. When zoo employees saw what was happening, they didn’t escort these abusers […]

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Born and Raised in Madagascar

Madagascar is considered to be one of the, if not the most, precious reservoir of life on our planet. Some 90% of its fauna and flora is endemic to the island, meaning these species are only found in Madagascar. Its lilies have cancer-curing properties, and its deep tropical forest (and the savannah-like mainland, and mountainous regions) […]

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Top 5 Reasons Why Biodiversity is as Important as Carbon Dioxide

We have noticed a marked rise in the attitude that consists in declaring “it’s too late anyway, let’s get some popcorn and watch the world end”. We’re not exactly sure whether that came from electing a reality TV president, or from Hollywood creating too many catastrophic movies, but it’s an approach that has been doing […]

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The Curious Case of Lemur Conservation

As primates, lemurs are some of our closest living relatives and yet, for many people, they are something of a mystery, with their eyes a bit too large to be normal, and a cartoon character letting everybody know they like to move it in a kid’s movie. Plan A and Net Positive Impact are raising the funds […]

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