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SUR in English
Clean-up operation highlights dangers of dumping rubbish in sea. Surinenglish.comThe World Wildlife Fund (WWF) finished a two-week rubbish collecting and awaren
Clean-up operation highlights dangers of dumping rubbish in sea. Surinenglish.com
SUR in English / Posted yesterday
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) finished a two-week rubbish collecting and awareness campaign at Marina del Este in La Herradura last Friday. The environmental organisation started on 1 July in Cabo de Gata in Almeria and travelled west along the... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Huge tourism impactfor the benefit of the people. As such Musa said it was hoped that with the ga
Huge tourism impact
The Borneo Post / Posted yesterday
for the benefit of the people. As such Musa said it was hoped that with the gazetting, various agencies, including the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Sabah Fisheries Department, Fisheries Association and the local communities would cooperate in the... Read more
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The Hindu
Global tiger population up by 22 per centThe number of wild tigers has gone up to 3,890, from the earlier 2010 estimate
Global tiger population up by 22 per cent
The Hindu / Posted 2 days ago
The number of wild tigers has gone up to 3,890, from the earlier 2010 estimate of 3200, according to the World Wildlife Fund and the Global Tiger Forum There is good news for wildlife enthusiasts ahead of the 3rd Asia Ministerial Conference on Tiger... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
River guides buying land to protect orangutans from palm oil threatis dedicated to producing palm oil in Indonesia. It is the most widely used ve
River guides buying land to protect orangutans from palm oil threat
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
is dedicated to producing palm oil in Indonesia. It is the most widely used vegetable oil worldwide, and according to the World Wildlife Fund, its usage expected to double by 2020. By buying up forest and raising awareness through eco-tourism,... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Young Tawi-Tawi scientist out to save sea of childhoodterms of research and development, and discouraged conservation initiatives, Mu
Young Tawi-Tawi scientist out to save sea of childhood
Inquirier.net / Posted 2 days ago
terms of research and development, and discouraged conservation initiatives, Muallil said. Aside from the presence of the World Wildlife Fund and the Ecosystems Improved for Sustainable Fisheries project of the Department of Agriculture and the... Read more
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The Sport Review
Andy Murray auctions Wimbledon final shirt for Malaria No Morea comic sketch during Channel 4’s “Stand Up To Cancer” campaign, and has raised
Andy Murray auctions Wimbledon final shirt for Malaria No More
The Sport Review / Posted 3 days ago
a comic sketch during Channel 4’s “Stand Up To Cancer” campaign, and has raised awareness for the work of UNICEF, the World Wildlife Fund, as well as Malaria No More. Just before the Davis Cup final last November, he wrote a moving piece... Read more
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Salon.com
Mexico bans night fishing, gillnets for vaquita porpoisea delicacy in China. Environmentalists praised the new measures Wednesday. Om
Mexico bans night fishing, gillnets for vaquita porpoise
Salon.com / Posted 5 days ago
a delicacy in China. Environmentalists praised the new measures Wednesday. Omar Vidal, head of the Mexico office of the World Wildlife Fund, said the new rules are “very welcome,” but added: “It is important that they explain in detail how the... Read more
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express
Brussels chiefs FORCE Britain to abide by EU greenhouse laws AFTER the UK's Brexit votea 39 per cent target, said: “It is tougher than we expected, as we were prepari
Brussels chiefs FORCE Britain to abide by EU greenhouse laws AFTER the UK's Brexit vote
express / Posted 5 days ago
a 39 per cent target, said: “It is tougher than we expected, as we were preparing for a 37 to 38 per cent target.” But the World Wildlife Fund said the proposals fall short of the ambitions the EU set at the Paris climate summit last... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
WWF buys fishing licence as MCG aims to buy mineAS THE Mackay Conservation Group looks to buy a coal mine to ensure it is rehab
WWF buys fishing licence as MCG aims to buy mine
The Daily Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
AS THE Mackay Conservation Group looks to buy a coal mine to ensure it is rehabilitated properly, the World Wildlife Fund is buying commercial fishing licenses to protect sharks. WWF-Australia director Gilly Llewellyn announced they had acquired a... Read more
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News.com.au
Seafood industry critical of WWF licenceBusinesses may close, jobs could be lost and Australians may need to import mor
Seafood industry critical of WWF licence
News.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
Businesses may close, jobs could be lost and Australians may need to import more seafood if the World Wildlife Fund continues to buy up commercial fishing licenses, a seafood industry leader has warned. The WWF has already spent $100,000 buying a... Read more
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Sky News Australia
WWF 'meddling' undermines Aus seafood: PerezBusinesses may close, jobs could be lost and Australians may need to import mor
WWF 'meddling' undermines Aus seafood: Perez
Sky News Australia / Posted 8 days ago
Businesses may close, jobs could be lost and Australians may need to import more seafood if the World Wildlife Fund continues to buy up commercial fishing licenses, a seafood industry leader has warned. The WWF has already spent $100,000 buying a... Read more
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KECI Missoula
10 of the coolest work perksZillow has also recently announced it would give new parents a $1,000 Amazon gi
10 of the coolest work perks
KECI Missoula / Posted 8 days ago
Zillow has also recently announced it would give new parents a $1,000 Amazon gift card. Take every other Friday off -- World Wildlife Fund offers employees what's known as "Panda Days." Employees are expected to log 70 hours over two weeks... Read more
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Salon.com
Diversity is making science fiction better: “We’re in a full flowering of potential” for the genreremember details, but I remember how it struck me when I read it, in the ‘80s o
Diversity is making science fiction better: “We’re in a full flowering of potential” for the genre
Salon.com / Posted 9 days ago
remember details, but I remember how it struck me when I read it, in the ‘80s or ‘90s. I immediately got involved in the World Wildlife Fund. I also think science fiction, and fiction in general, can make a difference. It can make a difference to... Read more
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The Border Mail
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in IstanbulLouise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in Istanbul
The Border Mail / Posted 10 days ago
Louise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on business in Istanbul with the World Wildlife Fund, said people in her area were nervous but there were no protests and the gunfire sounded far away. "We... Read more
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The Courier
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in IstanbulLouise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in Istanbul
The Courier / Posted 10 days ago
Louise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on business in Istanbul with the World Wildlife Fund, said people in her area were nervous but there were no protests and the gunfire sounded far away. "We... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in IstanbulLouise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in Istanbul
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 10 days ago
Louise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on business in Istanbul with the World Wildlife Fund, said people in her area were nervous but there were no protests and the gunfire sounded far away. "We... Read more
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The Young Witness
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in IstanbulLouise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in Istanbul
The Young Witness / Posted 10 days ago
Louise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on business in Istanbul with the World Wildlife Fund, said people in her area were nervous but there were no protests and the gunfire sounded far away. "We... Read more
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Western Advocate
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in IstanbulLouise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in Istanbul
Western Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
Louise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on business in Istanbul with the World Wildlife Fund, said people in her area were nervous but there were no protests and the gunfire sounded far away. "We... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in IstanbulLouise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in Istanbul
Kiama Independent / Posted 10 days ago
Louise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on business in Istanbul with the World Wildlife Fund, said people in her area were nervous but there were no protests and the gunfire sounded far away. "We... Read more
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Manning River Times
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in IstanbulLouise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in Istanbul
Manning River Times / Posted 10 days ago
Louise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on business in Istanbul with the World Wildlife Fund, said people in her area were nervous but there were no protests and the gunfire sounded far away. "We... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in IstanbulLouise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in Istanbul
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 10 days ago
Louise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on business in Istanbul with the World Wildlife Fund, said people in her area were nervous but there were no protests and the gunfire sounded far away. "We... Read more
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The North West Star
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in IstanbulLouise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in Istanbul
The North West Star / Posted 10 days ago
Louise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on business in Istanbul with the World Wildlife Fund, said people in her area were nervous but there were no protests and the gunfire sounded far away. "We... Read more
4880 related stories
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Daily Liberal
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in IstanbulLouise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in Istanbul
Daily Liberal / Posted 10 days ago
Louise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on business in Istanbul with the World Wildlife Fund, said people in her area were nervous but there were no protests and the gunfire sounded far away. "We... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in IstanbulLouise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in Istanbul
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 10 days ago
Louise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on business in Istanbul with the World Wildlife Fund, said people in her area were nervous but there were no protests and the gunfire sounded far away. "We... Read more
4880 related stories
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The Age
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in IstanbulLouise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in Istanbul
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
Louise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on business in Istanbul with the World Wildlife Fund, said people in her area were nervous but there were no protests and the gunfire sounded far away. "We... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in IstanbulLouise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in Istanbul
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
Louise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on business in Istanbul with the World Wildlife Fund, said people in her area were nervous but there were no protests and the gunfire sounded far away. "We... Read more
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WA Today
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in IstanbulLouise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in Istanbul
WA Today / Posted 10 days ago
Louise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on business in Istanbul with the World Wildlife Fund, said people in her area were nervous but there were no protests and the gunfire sounded far away. "We... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in IstanbulLouise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on
Australians witness eerie night of gunfire and prayers in Istanbul
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
Louise Matthiesson, who is staying in the tourist area of Sultanahmet while on business in Istanbul with the World Wildlife Fund, said people in her area were nervous but there were no protests and the gunfire sounded far away. "We... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Leopards return to Russian mountains in landmark reintroductionhas gone extinct. The release marks the culmination of years of work on a grou
Leopards return to Russian mountains in landmark reintroduction
Daily Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
has gone extinct. The release marks the culmination of years of work on a groundbreaking conservation program run by the World Wildlife Fund and the Russian Academy of Sciences and backed by Vladimir Putin. “This is only the beginning. To create... Read more
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Mashable
Your passion for 'Pokémon Go' can help fund your favorite charity40 charity partners to donate their miles to, including organizations like the
Your passion for 'Pokémon Go' can help fund your favorite charity
Mashable / Posted 11 days ago
40 charity partners to donate their miles to, including organizations like the World Food Programme, DoSomething.org, the World Wildlife Fund and the ASPCA. Pokémon Go, the mobile sensation that has seen massive success in the week since its July... Read more
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Surfers Village
WWF purchases shark fishing license & net to protect sharksWorld Wildlife Fund takes net and license out of fishing circulation Surfersvi
WWF purchases shark fishing license & net to protect sharks
Surfers Village / Posted 12 days ago
World Wildlife Fund takes net and license out of fishing circulation Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 14 July, 2016 - In a move to curb the overfishing of sharks, the World Wildlife Fund Australia has purchased a $100,000 shark fishing license. The... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Fisherman faces prosecution for deaths of albatrosses during fishing tripSingletSideswipe: July 1: Understated description MPI's decision to prosecute
Fisherman faces prosecution for deaths of albatrosses during fishing trip
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 days ago
SingletSideswipe: July 1: Understated description MPI's decision to prosecute has been praised by Forest & Bird and World Wildlife Fund New Zealand. WWF NZ's head of campaigns, Peter Hardstaff, said: "Thousands of these birds are killed... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Wildlife officials want to shoot vaccine-laced M&Ms from drones to save ferretsyears thanks to efforts from state and federal agencies, zoos, conservation gro
Wildlife officials want to shoot vaccine-laced M&Ms from drones to save ferrets
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 12 days ago
years thanks to efforts from state and federal agencies, zoos, conservation groups and private landowners, according to the World Wildlife Fund. Nearly 300 are said to remain in a handful of sites across North America. But both the black-footed... Read more
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The News & Observer
Wildlife officials want to shoot vaccine-laced M&Ms from drones to save ferretsyears thanks to efforts from state and federal agencies, zoos, conservation gro
Wildlife officials want to shoot vaccine-laced M&Ms from drones to save ferrets
The News & Observer / Posted 12 days ago
years thanks to efforts from state and federal agencies, zoos, conservation groups and private landowners, according to the World Wildlife Fund. Nearly 300 are said to remain in a handful of sites across North America. But both the black-footed... Read more
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Perth Now
WWF to buy and retire reef shark licenceThe World Wildlife Fund is attempting to raise $100,000 for a commercial Great
WWF to buy and retire reef shark licence
Perth Now / Posted 13 days ago
The World Wildlife Fund is attempting to raise $100,000 for a commercial Great Barrier Reef shark fishing licence to prevent it being reactivated. The WWF claims the previous owners of the licence, which is up for sale, caught more than 500,000kg of... Read more
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Adelaide Now
WWF to buy and retire reef shark licenceThe World Wildlife Fund is attempting to raise $100,000 for a commercial Great
WWF to buy and retire reef shark licence
Adelaide Now / Posted 13 days ago
The World Wildlife Fund is attempting to raise $100,000 for a commercial Great Barrier Reef shark fishing licence to prevent it being reactivated. The WWF claims the previous owners of the licence, which is up for sale, caught more than 500,000kg of... Read more
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Herald Sun
WWF to buy and retire reef shark licenceThe World Wildlife Fund is attempting to raise $100,000 for a commercial Great
WWF to buy and retire reef shark licence
Herald Sun / Posted 13 days ago
The World Wildlife Fund is attempting to raise $100,000 for a commercial Great Barrier Reef shark fishing licence to prevent it being reactivated. The WWF claims the previous owners of the licence, which is up for sale, caught more than 500,000kg of... Read more
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Weekly Times
WWF to buy and retire reef shark licenceThe World Wildlife Fund is attempting to raise $100,000 for a commercial Great
WWF to buy and retire reef shark licence
Weekly Times / Posted 13 days ago
The World Wildlife Fund is attempting to raise $100,000 for a commercial Great Barrier Reef shark fishing licence to prevent it being reactivated. The WWF claims the previous owners of the licence, which is up for sale, caught more than 500,000kg of... Read more
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The Courier Mail
WWF to buy and retire reef shark licenceThe World Wildlife Fund is attempting to raise $100,000 for a commercial Great
WWF to buy and retire reef shark licence
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 days ago
The World Wildlife Fund is attempting to raise $100,000 for a commercial Great Barrier Reef shark fishing licence to prevent it being reactivated. The WWF claims the previous owners of the licence, which is up for sale, caught more than 500,000kg of... Read more
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News.com.au
WWF to buy and retire reef shark licenceThe World Wildlife Fund is attempting to raise $100,000 for a commercial Great
WWF to buy and retire reef shark licence
News.com.au / Posted 13 days ago
The World Wildlife Fund is attempting to raise $100,000 for a commercial Great Barrier Reef shark fishing licence to prevent it being reactivated. The WWF claims the previous owners of the licence, which is up for sale, caught more than 500,000kg of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Australia second best place to live: UNand this year it is focused on environment, sustainability and inequality. Der
Australia second best place to live: UN
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 days ago
and this year it is focused on environment, sustainability and inequality. Dermot O'Gorman is the chief executive of World Wildlife Fund in Australia. "The report suggests that by 2050 under an environmentally challenged scenario, that we... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The French history of AustraliaThe waters of the bay are a safe haven to the world's rarest and smallest dolph
The French history of Australia
Daily Liberal / Posted 17 days ago
The waters of the bay are a safe haven to the world's rarest and smallest dolphin, the Hector's dolphin. According to the World Wildlife Fund there are only around 7000 Hector's dolphins left in the world and they are only found off the coasts of... Read more
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The Border Mail
The French history of AustraliaThe waters of the bay are a safe haven to the world's rarest and smallest dolph
The French history of Australia
The Border Mail / Posted 17 days ago
The waters of the bay are a safe haven to the world's rarest and smallest dolphin, the Hector's dolphin. According to the World Wildlife Fund there are only around 7000 Hector's dolphins left in the world and they are only found off the coasts of... Read more
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NZCity
Govt under fire over Maui dolphinsspecific population increase targets and timelines for Maui dolphin conservatio
Govt under fire over Maui dolphins
NZCity / Posted 17 days ago
specific population increase targets and timelines for Maui dolphin conservation, and to provide annual progress reports. World Wildlife Fund New Zealand spokesman Peter Hardstaff the government needed to "do the maximum possible, rather than the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Colombia pioneers community-based basin report card modelof the river and work with local members of the community to develop conservati
Colombia pioneers community-based basin report card model
PhysOrg / Posted 18 days ago
of the river and work with local members of the community to develop conservation measures. Credit: Meridith Kohut/WWF-US World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES), along with local partners,... Read more
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dna
Pakistan: Lonely elephant Kaavan suffering from 'mental illness'Asian elephants can roam thousands of kilometres through deep tropical and subt
Pakistan: Lonely elephant Kaavan suffering from 'mental illness'
dna / Posted 19 days ago
Asian elephants can roam thousands of kilometres through deep tropical and subtropical forests, according to the World Wildlife Fund. In contrast, Kaavan's 90 by 140 metre (100 by 150 yard) pen has almost no foliage, and only limited... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Pakistan's lonely elephant suffering 'mental illness': expertselephants can roam thousands of kilometres through deep tropical and subtropica
Pakistan's lonely elephant suffering 'mental illness': experts
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 19 days ago
elephants can roam thousands of kilometres through deep tropical and subtropical forests, according to the World Wildlife Fund. In contrast, Kaavan's 90 by 140 metre (100 by 150 yard) pen has almost no foliage, and only limited... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Pakistan’s lonely elephant suffering ‘mental illness’: expertselephants can roam thousands of kilometres through deep tropical and subtropica
Pakistan’s lonely elephant suffering ‘mental illness’: experts
The Borneo Post / Posted 19 days ago
elephants can roam thousands of kilometres through deep tropical and subtropical forests, according to the World Wildlife Fund. In contrast, Kaavan’s 90 by 140 metre (100 by 150 yard) pen has almost no foliage, and only limited... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Pakistan’s lonely elephant suffering ‘mental illness’: expertselephants can roam thousands of kilometres through deep tropical and subtropica
Pakistan’s lonely elephant suffering ‘mental illness’: experts
Manila Bulletin / Posted 19 days ago
elephants can roam thousands of kilometres through deep tropical and subtropical forests, according to the World Wildlife Fund. In contrast, Kaavan’s 90 by 140 metre (100 by 150 yard) pen has almost no foliage, and only limited... Read more
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Beverly Hills Courier
Kaavan the Lonely Elephant, Suffering Mental Illness, is Pakistan’s Sad Legacyelephants can roam thousands of kilometres through deep tropical and subtropica
Kaavan the Lonely Elephant, Suffering Mental Illness, is Pakistan’s Sad Legacy
Beverly Hills Courier / Posted 19 days ago
elephants can roam thousands of kilometres through deep tropical and subtropical forests, according to the World Wildlife Fund. In contrast, Kaavan’s 90 by 140 metre (100 by 150 yard) pen has almost no foliage, and only limited... Read more
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