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A flock of knot flying in front of a windfarm in the UK © / Graham Eaton / WWF


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Two eastern quoll joeys at Trowunna Wildlife Park, Tasmania © WWF-Aus / Madeleine Smitham


Eastern quoll

Nocturnal by nature, this solitary but bold carnivore usually hunts in open country or woodland.

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Javan Rhinoceros © 2015 Stephen Belcher Photography All Rights Reserved


Javan rhino appeal

Today, the last 67 Javan Rhinos face death from starvation. Help one of the most endangered animals in the world.

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Shy albatross flying over Albatross Island in Tasmania © Aleks Terauds / WWF-Aus

Species | Oceans

Shy albatross

WWF is helping to protect shy albatross from the impacts of climate change, longline fishing and marine pollution by satellite-tracking birds and inst ...

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Green turtle (Chelonia mydas) hatchling breaking out of its egg © Roger Leguen / WWF

Species | Oceans

Increasing temperatures in Queensland's north are turning green turtle populations female

A new study reveals increasing temperatures are turning green turtle populations almost completely female in the northern Great Barrier Reef.

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MSC certified yellowfin tuna processed at SeaQuest processing plant. Walu Bay, Suva, Fiji © WWF-Aus / Shiri Ram

Oceans | Food

How blockchain & a smartphone can stamp out illegal fishing and slavery in the tuna industry

WWF and its partners have introduced revolutionary blockchain technology to the Pacific Islands’ tuna industry, the first of its kind for this region, ...

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Trigger plant (Stylidium dichotomum) in Gidgegannup, Western Australia © WWF-Aus / Shenaye Hummerston


Search and rescue

Life in the plant kingdom can be cutthroat. Species need to employ every trick in the book to thrive.

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