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The beautiful hawksbill turtle is just one of the species that needs to be saved
29 Apr 2016
Wild Onesie Week is about taking on a fun challenge for a great cause – would yo ...
27 Apr 2016
The only way we can prevent ongoing repeats of the heart-breaking devastation of ...
21 Apr 2016
What's been making news this week?
15 Apr 2016
The number of wild tigers has been revised to 3,890
11 Apr 2016
WWF is calling on citizen scientists WA's Turquoise Coast region to help search ...
8 Apr 2016
Residents in southwest WA are being asked to report any illegal shooting of enda ...
The number of distressed native animals needing rescue in Queensland is rapidly ...
6 Apr 2016
WWF researchers are celebrating the first live sighting of a Sumatran rhino in K ...
23 Mar 2016
Proposed laws allow the Minister to authorise actions that would cause a species ...
20 Mar 2016
"Green Growth Plan" is full of holes and fails to protect the state’s endangered ...
18 Mar 2016
WWF's week in review.
Proposed new laws would restore the 2006 ban on broadscale clearing
17 Mar 2016
Exemption from the law means that bulldozers can now destroy vast areas of high ...
14 Mar 2016
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Koala numbers are plummeting due to weakened tree-clearing laws in Queensland.
The black-flanked rock-wallaby is threatened by fox and feral cat predation, habitat destruction, and competition for food and shelter.