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CBC.ca
'Out of time': Scientists sound alarm ahead of White House Arctic meetingthe paper. Polar bears in Hudson Bay. The study says climate change is already
'Out of time': Scientists sound alarm ahead of White House Arctic meeting
CBC.ca / Posted 7 hours ago
the paper. Polar bears in Hudson Bay. The study says climate change is already affecting Arctic wildlife. (Martin Harvey/WWF) Simply implementing the Paris Agreement on climate change — which was hashed out in a major international conference in... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
Wildlife meeting OKs ban on trade in pangolinsare the most "heavily trafficked mammal in the world," said Colman O'Criodain,
Wildlife meeting OKs ban on trade in pangolins
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 8 hours ago
are the most "heavily trafficked mammal in the world," said Colman O'Criodain, an expert with the WWF conservation group. He said the next step is for countries to implement the ban on trade, as well as move against illegal... Read more
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DW
Palm oil profits trump self-sufficiency in Sierra Leone |palm oil they produced in Sahn Malen Palm oil is the planet's new "super oil."
Palm oil profits trump self-sufficiency in Sierra Leone |
DW / Posted 9 hours ago
palm oil they produced in Sahn Malen Palm oil is the planet's new "super oil." According to the World Wildlife Federation (WWF), palm oil is present in about half of all products in supermarkets in Germany. It's in cakes, margarine, make-up and ice... Read more
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CTV News
Global wildlife meeting approves ban on trade in pangolinsare the most "heavily trafficked mammal in the world," said Colman O'Criodain,
Global wildlife meeting approves ban on trade in pangolins
CTV News / Posted 11 hours ago
are the most "heavily trafficked mammal in the world," said Colman O'Criodain, an expert with the WWF conservation group. He said the next step is for countries to implement the ban on trade, as well as move against illegal... Read more
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The Border Mail
Transformer, bodybuilder, topless waiter: The man who got the Brownlow buzzinggetting selfies, I couldn't go shopping without being asked for a photo." Last
Transformer, bodybuilder, topless waiter: The man who got the Brownlow buzzing
The Border Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
getting selfies, I couldn't go shopping without being asked for a photo." Last year a TAB meme comparing Mr Newell to WWF pro wrestler Bret 'Hit Man' Hart went viral. A torn bicep meant Mr Newell wasn't able to train as hard leading up to... Read more
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The Courier
Transformer, bodybuilder, topless waiter: The man who got the Brownlow buzzinggetting selfies, I couldn't go shopping without being asked for a photo." Last
Transformer, bodybuilder, topless waiter: The man who got the Brownlow buzzing
The Courier / Posted 12 hours ago
getting selfies, I couldn't go shopping without being asked for a photo." Last year a TAB meme comparing Mr Newell to WWF pro wrestler Bret 'Hit Man' Hart went viral. A torn bicep meant Mr Newell wasn't able to train as hard leading up to... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
No more trade in endangered pangolins, UN meeting decidesfor criminals to traffic them and increasing the consequences for those who do,
No more trade in endangered pangolins, UN meeting decides
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 12 hours ago
for criminals to traffic them and increasing the consequences for those who do," said Ginette Hemley of conservation group WWF. Like other illicit wildlife commodity pipelines, such as elephant ivory and rhino horn, Africa is the main source of... Read more
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PhysOrg
Empowering the Malagasy people to fight against the illegal exploitation of Madagascar's natural resourceshas been implemented by a consortium of four Non-Governmental Organizations (NG
Empowering the Malagasy people to fight against the illegal exploitation of Madagascar's natural resources
PhysOrg / Posted 13 hours ago
has been implemented by a consortium of four Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in Madagascar: World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), Conservation International (CI) and TRAFFIC, in close collaboration with civil... Read more
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Daily Star
GRAPHIC VID: Broken necks and buckets of blood – when wrestling turns realat Summerslam 1997 has been blamed for forcing Austin to retire early in 2003.W
GRAPHIC VID: Broken necks and buckets of blood – when wrestling turns real
Daily Star / Posted 16 hours ago
at Summerslam 1997 has been blamed for forcing Austin to retire early in 2003.Wrestlers deaths Chyna Fujiwara Adonis WWE WWF pictures Simon Gotch tried and failed to launch Amore out of the ring at the Payback PPV earlier this year. Enzo's head... Read more
16h
USA Today
Rangers risk lives to save endangered tigerswild around the world. Today, the number is less than 4,000, according to a rec
Rangers risk lives to save endangered tigers
USA Today / Posted 16 hours ago
wild around the world. Today, the number is less than 4,000, according to a recent survey by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the Global Tiger Initiative. In the past few years, however, there have been some good signs for tigers in the... Read more
16h
New Kerala
TOFTigers calls for India to spearhead, harness nature tourism - newkerala.com #124981understood and planned for by Government and industry, and viewed with suspicio
TOFTigers calls for India to spearhead, harness nature tourism - newkerala.com #124981
New Kerala / Posted 16 hours ago
understood and planned for by Government and industry, and viewed with suspicion by some of the conservation sector. A WWF and Cambridge University study recently concluded that for every 1 rupee invested in conservation today, 67 rupees is... Read more
18h
PhysOrg
Taking the environmental bite out of salmon farmingexploded since the 1980s, especially in the United States, Russia, Europe and J
Taking the environmental bite out of salmon farming
PhysOrg / Posted 18 hours ago
exploded since the 1980s, especially in the United States, Russia, Europe and Japan, according to conservation group WWF. Fish farming, or aquaculture, supplies about two-thirds of all salmon that land on dinner plates today. According to... Read more
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The Age
Transformer, bodybuilder, topless waiter: The man who got the Brownlow buzzinggetting selfies, I couldn't go shopping without being asked for a photo." Last
Transformer, bodybuilder, topless waiter: The man who got the Brownlow buzzing
The Age / Posted 19 hours ago
getting selfies, I couldn't go shopping without being asked for a photo." Last year a TAB meme comparing Mr Newell to WWF pro wrestler Bret 'Hit Man' Hart went viral. A torn bicep meant Mr Newell wasn't able to train as hard leading up to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Illegal Logging Strikes At Zambezia's Forestsleaves Mozambique illegally, or is grossly under-invoiced. According to a repo
Illegal Logging Strikes At Zambezia's Forests
AllAfrica.com / Posted 21 hours ago
leaves Mozambique illegally, or is grossly under-invoiced. According to a report from the WorldWide Fund for Nature (WWF), cited by “O Pais”, the amount of wood exported to China turns out to be 5.7 times greater than that officially declared... Read more
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Sun Star
Journey to doubling the tamarawshappened in 2012 when FEU, Department of Environment Resources (DENR) found an
Journey to doubling the tamaraws
Sun Star / Posted 22 hours ago
happened in 2012 when FEU, Department of Environment Resources (DENR) found an ally in World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF-Philippines). The strengthened partnership resulted in the launch of Project “TAMS-2” or Tamaraw Times Two, which aims to... Read more
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Daily Maverick
CITES: If illegal trade is a crisis, make it legalAnd those are the exact same reasons cited for the failure of the war on drugs,
CITES: If illegal trade is a crisis, make it legal
Daily Maverick / Posted yesterday
And those are the exact same reasons cited for the failure of the war on drugs, despite its staggering death toll. If the WWF or anyone else thinks that all we need to do is eliminate corruption in elephant range states, they’re smoking something.... Read more
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The Hill
Debate 2016: Trump didn't win, but neither did Hillaryprisons” and economic populism postures from Sanders that one almost expected h
Debate 2016: Trump didn't win, but neither did Hillary
The Hill / Posted yesterday
prisons” and economic populism postures from Sanders that one almost expected him to run out onstage with a folding chair, WWF-style. Instead Sanders been out and about trying to pressure his supporters into voting Clinton. Trump also seemed... Read more
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Daily Star
You’ll never guess what WWE legend Kane used to look likeJacobs – once performed in the ring as a very different character. The 49-year
You’ll never guess what WWE legend Kane used to look like
Daily Star / Posted yesterday
Jacobs – once performed in the ring as a very different character. The 49-year-old was first introduced to the WWE (then WWF) as baddie Dr Isaac Yankem. STRANGE: Kane used to look completely different Two years before his debut as The Big Red... Read more
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Quartz
The Nigerian super-highway project that threatens a million people’s homesthe project has drawn protests from local activists and 15 international organi
The Nigerian super-highway project that threatens a million people’s homes
Quartz / Posted yesterday
the project has drawn protests from local activists and 15 international organizations, including the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the World Conservation Society and Birdlife International. They say if the project is carried out, up to 180... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
More ivory trade reforms anticipated after market sees strictest sales ban yetthe wild, down from 1.2 million in 1981, according to TRAFFIC, a wildlife monit
More ivory trade reforms anticipated after market sees strictest sales ban yet
Manila Bulletin / Posted yesterday
the wild, down from 1.2 million in 1981, according to TRAFFIC, a wildlife monitoring network under the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). In response, China’s State Forestry Administration (SFA) has imposed a three-year ban on the import of nearly all... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Fear that fake rhino horn will look so real‚ it will hamper efforts to stop illegal killingshas focused on the possible threat posed by bioengineered rhino horn‚ which a n
Fear that fake rhino horn will look so real‚ it will hamper efforts to stop illegal killings
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted yesterday
has focused on the possible threat posed by bioengineered rhino horn‚ which a number of companies claim to be developing. “WWF has serious concerns about the advent of bioengineered wildlife products‚ particularly rhino horn products‚” said the... Read more
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Newser
First Gaffe of Debate Happens Before It Beginsto a lot of the posters around here I can think of at least 10 less flattering
First Gaffe of Debate Happens Before It Begins
Newser / Posted 2 days ago
to a lot of the posters around here I can think of at least 10 less flattering typos it could've been. They should just WWF this one up. Announce them like pro wrestlers... Ted cruz can come out of nowhere and hit trump with a chair while ken... Read more
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The North West Star
Muscle-bound security guard grabs attention at 2016 Brownlow Medalimagination of Brownlow viewers, the Armaguard employee is not the first to get
Muscle-bound security guard grabs attention at 2016 Brownlow Medal
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
imagination of Brownlow viewers, the Armaguard employee is not the first to get his guns out at the Brownlow. Last year, TAB came up with a meme comparing another impressively ripped security guard to a WWF pro wrestler. As the AFL says, safe ha... Read more
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DW
Is low-carbon aviation possible? |international aviation was not included in the Paris climate agreement of Decem
Is low-carbon aviation possible? |
DW / Posted 2 days ago
international aviation was not included in the Paris climate agreement of December 2015. That left a "gaping hole," said WWF climate policy expert Lou Leonard, because aviation already accounts for more than 2 percent of global carbon emissions -... Read more
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The Hindu
Shy pangolins need world spotlight to survivefailing to protect pangolins from the poachers. A complete international trade
Shy pangolins need world spotlight to survive
The Hindu / Posted 2 days ago
failing to protect pangolins from the poachers. A complete international trade ban is needed now,” said Heather Sohl, WWF-UK’s wildlife advisor. There are four species of pangolin in Africa and four in Asia. Watchdogs say those in Asia are... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Lads, I caught some fin big: Three friends find giant 7ft tuna in River Severnthan a horse, and can swim up to 43 miles per hour across long distances. "Som
Lads, I caught some fin big: Three friends find giant 7ft tuna in River Severn
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
than a horse, and can swim up to 43 miles per hour across long distances. "Some tuna are born in the Gulf of Mexico, cross the entire Atlantic Ocean to feed off the coast of Europe, and then swim all the way back to the Gulf to breed," the WWF s... Read more
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express
Mystery of the tuna found in Severn river- hundreds of miles from usual habitatand can swim up to 43 miles per hour across long distances. “Some tuna are bor
Mystery of the tuna found in Severn river- hundreds of miles from usual habitat
express / Posted 2 days ago
and can swim up to 43 miles per hour across long distances. “Some tuna are born in the Gulf of Mexico, cross the entire Atlantic Ocean to feed off coast of Europe, and then swim all the way back to the Gulf to breed,” the WWF says. Related art... Read more
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express
Pie in the sky: People say they would fly less to help fight climate changegases caused by flying as they gather for a major meeting on the issue. The po
Pie in the sky: People say they would fly less to help fight climate change
express / Posted 2 days ago
gases caused by flying as they gather for a major meeting on the issue. The poll of 2,089 people for conservation charity WWF found that 60% of people would be willing to cut back on flying in the next year to tackle climate change - excluding... Read more
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Environmental Data Interactive Exchange
'Rapid' low-carbon transition could damage economic stability, warns Bank of Englandinto green bonds, more than double the current estimated £32bn green bond marke
'Rapid' low-carbon transition could damage economic stability, warns Bank of England
Environmental Data Interactive Exchange / Posted 2 days ago
into green bonds, more than double the current estimated £32bn green bond market. The calls echoed the concerns of WWF that new standards would need to be introduced to overcome “complexity and confusion”. As well as claiming that China’s... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
'Disrupt wildlife trade'buyers and corrupt officials were arrested and their assets seized following an
'Disrupt wildlife trade'
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 2 days ago
buyers and corrupt officials were arrested and their assets seized following an intelligence-driven investigation. WWF rhino programme manager Jo Shaw told The Times: "It is great that rhino poaching and wildlife trafficking is now being... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Jobless elephants seize villagework in the illegal logging industry. Now many are unemployed and restless. D
Jobless elephants seize village
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 2 days ago
work in the illegal logging industry. Now many are unemployed and restless. Dr Christy Williams, Burma's director of the WWF, said: "The ban is needed, but keeping these elephants and their mahouts [human keepers] inactive is not going to work.... Read more
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The Visayan Daily Star
Negros Orientalclearly failing to protect pangolins from the poachers. A complete internationa
Negros Oriental
The Visayan Daily Star / Posted 2 days ago
clearly failing to protect pangolins from the poachers. A complete international trade ban is needed now,� Heather Sohl, WWF-UK's wildlife advisor, said. There are four species of pangolin in Africa and four in Asia. Watchdogs say those in Asia... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
New survey finds catastrophic drop in Africa’s elephant numbers since 2006more than 180 systematic surveys. “This new number should sound a deafening al
New survey finds catastrophic drop in Africa’s elephant numbers since 2006
The Globe and Mail / Posted 3 days ago
more than 180 systematic surveys. “This new number should sound a deafening alarm,” said Ginette Hemley, head of the WWF delegation at the CITES conference. “The plight of Africa’s elephants continues to worsen, and illegal ivory trade is to... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Demand for Pangolin meat is driving the species to extinctionfailing to protect pangolins from the poachers. A complete international trade
Demand for Pangolin meat is driving the species to extinction
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
failing to protect pangolins from the poachers. A complete international trade ban is needed now," said Heather Sohl, WWF-UK's wildlife advisor. There are four species of pangolin in Africa and four in Asia. Watchdogs say those in Asia are... Read more
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PhysOrg
Shy pangolins need world spotlight to survivefailing to protect pangolins from the poachers. A complete international trade
Shy pangolins need world spotlight to survive
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
failing to protect pangolins from the poachers. A complete international trade ban is needed now," said Heather Sohl, WWF-UK's wildlife advisor. There are four species of pangolin in Africa and four in Asia. Watchdogs say those in Asia are... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Shy pangolins need world spotlight to survivefailing to protect pangolins from the poachers. A complete international trade
Shy pangolins need world spotlight to survive
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 3 days ago
failing to protect pangolins from the poachers. A complete international trade ban is needed now," said Heather Sohl, WWF-UK's wildlife advisor. Indonesian police display some of 657 dead and frozen pangolins seized in Surabaya, East Java.... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Nationwide search for conservation innovators kicks offSunday, 25 September 2016, 9:31 pmPress Release: WWFAre you an inventor, an inn
Nationwide search for conservation innovators kicks off
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 3 days ago
Sunday, 25 September 2016, 9:31 pmPress Release: WWFAre you an inventor, an innovator, a creator? Could $25,000 help turn your idea into... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Banning imports and exports of shark finsimport and export of shark fins in the country. Shark finning isn't the only t
Banning imports and exports of shark fins
Sky News Australia / Posted 3 days ago
import and export of shark fins in the country. Shark finning isn't the only threat to the species. In August this year WWF put the spotlight on net-caught sharks on the Great Barrier Reef. With the support around the globe, they managed to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The Burmese village where marauding elephants chase locals into the treesmore working, domesticated elephants than wild – around 5,000 captive to 2,000
The Burmese village where marauding elephants chase locals into the trees
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
more working, domesticated elephants than wild – around 5,000 captive to 2,000 wild, according to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). At least 2,500 elephants are official employees of Myanma Timber Enterprise (MTE), the country’s logging firm, and... Read more
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EuroNews
Surge in elephant and rhino poaching looms over UN wildlife summitanimals https://t.co/QVP7cE2uIG | dpcarrington
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Business Standard India
Khali enters the fitness ring; eyes gym chainbeen organising events or fights called — The Great Khali Returns — to promote
Khali enters the fitness ring; eyes gym chain
Business Standard India / Posted 4 days ago
been organising events or fights called — The Great Khali Returns — to promote freestyle wrestling and create a forum like WWF (World Wrestling Entertainment) in India. ‘‘He was the first Indian wrestler at WWF, but doesn't want to be the last.... Read more
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birminghammail
Dudley Zoo's Red Panda lends her support to international research projectResearch Institute, National History Museum Frankfurt and Georg-August-Universi
Dudley Zoo's Red Panda lends her support to international research project
birminghammail / Posted 4 days ago
Research Institute, National History Museum Frankfurt and Georg-August-University Gottingen and has been funded by WWF Germany.Tree work treats Tapirs and capybara have benefited from tree work around the 40-acre site at Dudley... Read more
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Daily Star
WWE legend reveals battle with ’65 pill a day’ addiction in the ’worst time of my life'whole entire life was those three years where I was really, really deep into it
WWE legend reveals battle with ’65 pill a day’ addiction in the ’worst time of my life'
Daily Star / Posted 4 days ago
whole entire life was those three years where I was really, really deep into it.”Wrestlers deaths Chyna Fujiwara Adonis WWE WWF pictures Related videos Injured WWE wrestler Finn Bálor describes road to recovery Injured WWE wrestler Finn Bálor... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Learning a valuable lessonvillages in remote pockets of the mountains. She said she had worked with a fe
Learning a valuable lesson
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 4 days ago
villages in remote pockets of the mountains. She said she had worked with a few non-governmental organisations such as the WWF and Action Aid in mobilising and strengthening youth networks dealing with social and environmental issues. She also... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Soaring peregrine falcon population pivotal to conservation discussionsraptors’ fertility and made their egg shells brittle are no longer used in Cana
Soaring peregrine falcon population pivotal to conservation discussions
The Globe and Mail / Posted 5 days ago
raptors’ fertility and made their egg shells brittle are no longer used in Canada. Mr. Ewins, a conservation specialist at WWF-Canada who has studied the peregrine falcon for decades, said he is “relieved and delighted” that some species have... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Big Fat Fire: You don’t have to be a gearhead to enjoy the ride (column)conversation about where the best trails are and what the best trail is. There
Big Fat Fire: You don’t have to be a gearhead to enjoy the ride (column)
Summit Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
conversation about where the best trails are and what the best trail is. There will be a full-fledged version of interwebz WWF cage match to the death. “My town is better than your town,” “You aren’t a real mountain biker if you like trail X,”... Read more
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Daily Star
GRAPHIC VIDEO: The horrific moments WWE legends DIED in the ringThis is a real situation” WWETERRIBLE: Moondog Spot died from a heart attack i
GRAPHIC VIDEO: The horrific moments WWE legends DIED in the ring
Daily Star / Posted 5 days ago
This is a real situation” WWETERRIBLE: Moondog Spot died from a heart attack in the ringMoondog Spot Popular WWE – then WWF – star Moondog Spot died of a heart attack while fighting at Jerry Lawler’s “birthday bash” show on November 29,... Read more
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Orange County Register
Chainsaws in hand, some de-horn rhinos to stop poachingrhinos use their horns to access food and in social engagements, de-horning the
Chainsaws in hand, some de-horn rhinos to stop poaching
Orange County Register / Posted 5 days ago
rhinos use their horns to access food and in social engagements, de-horning them has not been shown to be detrimental, the WWF conservation group said. Analysis from reserves in Zimbabwe has shown it to increase survival rates. However, as the... Read more
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International Business Times
WWE tipped to be interested in signing 'Broken' Matt Hardy after his TNA deal expiresinterested in signing "Broken" Matt Hardy, whose TNA contract expires in spring
WWE tipped to be interested in signing 'Broken' Matt Hardy after his TNA deal expires
International Business Times / Posted 5 days ago
interested in signing "Broken" Matt Hardy, whose TNA contract expires in spring 2017. The Attitude Era superstar quit WWF (now known as WWE) after his match with Swagger at the 2009 Royal Rumble. According to The Wrestling Observer, WWE sent... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Nat Geo, WWF outfit Mangyans with solar lamps MANILA — The National Geographic Channel (NGC) and World Wide Fund for Nature
Nat Geo, WWF outfit Mangyans with solar lamps
Manila Bulletin / Posted 5 days ago
MANILA — The National Geographic Channel (NGC) and World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) recently gave 50 portable solar lamps to the Taw’Buid – an indigenous Mangyan group inhabiting the remote mountains of... Read more
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