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

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Green turtle on a reef © Mike Ball Dive Expeditions / WWF-Aus

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Preserve our reserves - act now

Send a postcard to preserve our pristine marine reserves before it’s too late.

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Juvenile eastern quolls (Dasyurus viverrinus) at Devils @ Cradle, Tasmania © Devils @ Cradle / WWF-Aus

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Eastern Quoll Appeal

Will you please help eastern quolls return to the Australian mainland where they belong?

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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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Nabarlek caught on sensor camera on an island off the Kimberley coast in July 2013 © University of New England / WWF-Aus

Species

Uunguu Rangers rediscover Kimberley’s rarest rock-wallaby on mainland

Traditional Owners conducting scientific monitoring in the far north Kimberley have found exciting evidence of a tiny rock-wallaby long thought to hav ...

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Antarctic minke whale (Balaenoptera bonaerensis) with a 'whale cam' © WWF-Aus / Chris Johnson

Species | Oceans

Whale cam attached to minke in a world-first

For the first time ever, scientists in Antarctica have attached a camera to a minke – one of the most poorly understood of all the whale species.

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