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As the largest fish in the sea, reaching lengths of 40 feet or more, whale sharks have an enormous menu from which to choose. Fortunately for most sea-dwellers—and us!—their favourite meal is plankton. They scoop these tiny plants and animals up, along with any small fish that happen to be around, with their colossal gaping mouths while swimming close to the water's surface. Support endangered species like the #whaleshark
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Belize Barrier Reef provides important ecosystem services to its citizens, with an estimated 190 000 locals depending on it in one way or another?However, threats from unsustainable coastal construction and oil drilling threaten these benefits. Show your commitment to protect our planet’s amazing reefs, and all of its biodiversity. Healthy reefs are good for our collective home, and us! ⠀
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The breed's history is quite complex! Herd books of the past recorded details of two different types of Highland cattle, records also show that Highland is actually the oldest registered breed in the world, mostly due to the fact that their herd book predates all others. Support endangered species like the #highlandcattle
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Did you know a wombat burrow can be as long as 20 metres! Wombats are very shy animals thus causing them to enjoy living alone in their burrows but other wombats may be in a tunnel close by, or sometimes burrows can interconnect. Support endangered species like the #wombats
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Honey bees are built for short trips from flower to flower, not for long distance travel. Their tiny wings must flap about 12,000 times per minute just to keep their pollen-laden bodies aloft for the flight home. For honey bees, there's power in numbers. From spring to fall, the worker bees must produce about 60 lbs. of honey to sustain the entire colony during the winter. Support endangered species like the #bees
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The Horned Puffin carries small fish crosswise in its bill and delivers them to its nestlings. Did you know one individual was observed carrying 65 fish at once! Unlike other puffins, which nest in burrows, the Horned Puffin typically nests in rock crevices and cliffs. Support endangered species like the #hornedpuffins
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The reason these birds are called Kingfishers because they're expert fisherman. To catch the fish the swoop down into their water, with the help of their very sharp beaks and catch the fishes. Support endangered species like the #kingsfisher
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These hawks typically reside in grasslands in the American West during the summer. Swainsons Hawks mainly prey on insects and ground mammals however are known to eat snakes, lizards even other birds of prey. Support endangered species like the #swainsonshawk
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Even though a rhinos skin is quite thick it can still be very sensitive to sunburns and mosquito bites, in order to prevent these things they roll around in mud as it acts like skin protection. With such a big body and head you would think they would have a big brain too, however there brain is very small but that doesn't mean they're dumb!! Support endangered species like the #rhino
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Did you assume koalas were related to bears when you first saw them? Well they're not. They're actually related to kangaroos and wombats, all these animals live in Australia. There are 2,000 to 8,000 koalas in the wild however they're population decreased by 90% in less than a decade!! :( Support endangered species like the #koala
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How lucky are we to share our planet with incredible giants like this? But huge numbers of these unique-looking, intelligent animals are being brutally killed to fuel the growing demand for their ivory.⠀
Around 90% of #African #elephants have been wiped out in the past century – mainly due to the ivory trade. By working in collaboration with local communities, governments and other NGOs, we’re helping to find solutions that will help protect these incredible animals. ⠀
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Manatees are usually found in shallow coastal areas where they can feed on sea grass, they're like cows but underwater! Luckily manatees have moved off the endangered list but are still a threatened species so we can't reduce the protection of manatees. Support endangered species like the #manatees
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