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Check world_wildlife's Instagram “It was a chilly morning on Montana’s eastern prairie. The sun still lay below the horizon as I walked along a dried-up riverbed in search of amphibians and reptiles. I was conducting wildlife surveys for the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks. Suddenly, a movement on the ground caught my eye. I looked down and spied an odd little shape camouflaged against the sandy soil: It was a Plains spadefoot toad.

Spadefoot toads are named for the hard, wedgeshaped pads on their hind feet. The pads function like actual shovels, helping them burrow down into soft soils, where they spend much of the year lying dormant. But for a few weeks every year—usually between May and August—they emerge to reproduce and forage. Up to this point, I’d only heard the snore-like breeding calls of the males during nighttime surveys.

Now I was finally seeing a spadefoot—but not for long. To my surprise, it began to shift side-to-side with its hind legs, sinking further into the ground with each movement. Just before it was completely covered, it paused. I quickly raised my camera and took this image of just the toad’s eye reflecting my silhouette and the glow of a new day.” – @Ronan_Donovan 1431359041749936894_438789758

“It was a chilly morning on Montana’s eastern prairie. The sun still lay below the horizon as I walked along a dried-up riverbed in search of amphibians and reptiles. I was conducting wildlife surveys for the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks. Suddenly, a movement on the ground caught my eye. I looked down and spied an odd little shape camouflaged against the sandy soil: It was a Plains spadefoot toad. Spadefoot toads are named for the hard, wedgeshaped pads on their hind feet. The pads function like actual shovels, helping them burrow down into soft soils, where they spend much of the year lying dormant. But for a few weeks every year—usually between May and August—they emerge to reproduce and forage. Up to this point, I’d only heard the snore-like breeding calls of the males during nighttime surveys. Now I was finally seeing a spadefoot—but not for long. To my surprise, it began to shift side-to-side with its hind legs, sinking further into the ground with each movement. Just before it was completely covered, it paused. I quickly raised my camera and took this image of just the toad’s eye reflecting my silhouette and the glow of a new day.” – @Ronan_Donovan

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram BREAKING: NASA and NOAA have declared 2016 our planet’s hottest year on record. Around the world, human-caused climate change is putting both people and wildlife at risk and the evidence is all around us. We know what we must do: support communities most vulnerable to climate impacts while transitioning to the economy of the future – one powered by clean, renewable energy. 1430597350531561835_438789758

BREAKING: NASA and NOAA have declared 2016 our planet’s hottest year on record. Around the world, human-caused climate change is putting both people and wildlife at risk and the evidence is all around us. We know what we must do: support communities most vulnerable to climate impacts while transitioning to the economy of the future – one powered by clean, renewable energy.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram Keep it up! @NicholasHoult and friends are on the #rickshawrun raising money for @Teenage_Cancer and WWF! Follow the link in our bio to learn more. 1426463324929651621_438789758

Keep it up! @NicholasHoult and friends are on the #rickshawrunraising money for @Teenage_Cancer and WWF! Follow the link in our bio to learn more.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram The planet needs your help. As President-elect Trump assembles his new Administration, it's essential that the people he appoints to run US federal agencies take seriously the threats we face from climate change and their responsibility to protect our land, water, wildlife and clean air.

Follow the link in our bio to write your Senators and ask them to press the President-elect’s nominees for answers during the upcoming confirmation hearings. 1424292668095912096_438789758

The planet needs your help. As President-elect Trump assembles his new Administration, it's essential that the people he appoints to run US federal agencies take seriously the threats we face from climate change and their responsibility to protect our land, water, wildlife and clean air. Follow the link in our bio to write your Senators and ask them to press the President-elect’s nominees for answers during the upcoming confirmation hearings.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram @NicholasHoult and his friends are racing a rickshaw across India to raise money for WWF and @Teenage_Cancer. Learn more and find out how you can help by clicking the link in our bio. 1421887670682675410_438789758

@NicholasHoult and his friends are racing a rickshaw across India to raise money for WWF and @Teenage_Cancer. Learn more and find out how you can help by clicking the link in our bio.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram Happy New Year! Let’s make 2017 the year of conservation! 1418237087304170021_438789758

Happy New Year! Let’s make 2017 the year of conservation!

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram Wildlife and nature need you now more than ever! If you live in the US, help save wildlife and protect nature by texting PANDA to 20222 to donate $10 to WWF. 1417556154456572607_438789758

Wildlife and nature need you now more than ever! If you live in the US, help save wildlife and protect nature by texting PANDA to 20222 to donate $10 to WWF.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram Did you know that narwhals change color as they age? Newborns are a blue-gray, juveniles are blue-black and adults are a mottled gray. Old narwhals are nearly all white. Learn more about the unicorn of the sea by following the link in our bio. 1412590412925743812_438789758

Did you know that narwhals change color as they age? Newborns are a blue-gray, juveniles are blue-black and adults are a mottled gray. Old narwhals are nearly all white. Learn more about the unicorn of the sea by following the link in our bio.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram A snow leopard with four cubs was caught on camera in Mongolia. Scientists have observed snow leopards with one cub, twins, or triplets in the region from 2011-2016. This is the first time observers have spotted quadruplets. WWF works in Asia’s high mountain landscapes and communities to promote conservation of snow leopards and their habitat. The USAID-funded project also focuses on improving water security, designing and implementing community climate change adaptation strategies, and fostering sustainable natural resource management and development and local, regional, and national levels in snow leopard range areas. 1411798145885497646_438789758

A snow leopard with four cubs was caught on camera in Mongolia. Scientists have observed snow leopards with one cub, twins, or triplets in the region from 2011-2016. This is the first time observers have spotted quadruplets. WWF works in Asia’s high mountain landscapes and communities to promote conservation of snow leopards and their habitat. The USAID-funded project also focuses on improving water security, designing and implementing community climate change adaptation strategies, and fostering sustainable natural resource management and development and local, regional, and national levels in snow leopard range areas.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram For those on the hunt for gifts during the holiday season, the number of products available and the number of decisions to be made can seem overwhelming—and shopping according to your environmental values may feel like one thing too many to keep in mind. This doesn’t have to be the case. If you are shopping for products that come from trees, all you have to do is look for the FSC logo. Learn more by following the link in our bio. 1410378069617639102_438789758

For those on the hunt for gifts during the holiday season, the number of products available and the number of decisions to be made can seem overwhelming—and shopping according to your environmental values may feel like one thing too many to keep in mind. This doesn’t have to be the case. If you are shopping for products that come from trees, all you have to do is look for the FSC logo. Learn more by following the link in our bio.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram BREAKING: President Obama has permanently protected critical parts of America’s Arctic from the risks of offshore drilling! “This is a remarkable moment of US-Canadian leadership in protecting our shared resources. After years of engagement in the Arctic, President Obama has secured more than 115 million acres of ocean in one of the most magnificent regions on Earth – home to the culture and tradition of our indigenous communities, as well as walrus, whales, and seascapes unique in all the world. We applaud this bold decision. It underscores our nation's inevitable transition to cleaner energy and signals that some places are just too important not to protect.” – WWF’s Carter Roberts 1409715240728104356_438789758

BREAKING: President Obama has permanently protected critical parts of America’s Arctic from the risks of offshore drilling! “This is a remarkable moment of US-Canadian leadership in protecting our shared resources. After years of engagement in the Arctic, President Obama has secured more than 115 million acres of ocean in one of the most magnificent regions on Earth – home to the culture and tradition of our indigenous communities, as well as walrus, whales, and seascapes unique in all the world. We applaud this bold decision. It underscores our nation's inevitable transition to cleaner energy and signals that some places are just too important not to protect.” – WWF’s Carter Roberts

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram A rainbow-headed snake resembling David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust character, a dragon-like lizard and a newt that looks like Klingon from Star Trek are among the 163 new species recently discovered by scientists in the Greater Mekong Region, according to a report released by WWF. Read more by following the link in our bio. 1408941120964862479_438789758

A rainbow-headed snake resembling David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust character, a dragon-like lizard and a newt that looks like Klingon from Star Trek are among the 163 new species recently discovered by scientists in the Greater Mekong Region, according to a report released by WWF. Read more by following the link in our bio.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram The Obama administration announced new regulations to fight back against the criminals that steal from the sea by keeping illegal fish out of the U.S. market. "These regulations are another blow to the criminals that steal from the ocean, lie to authorities, and cheat customers. This isn’t game over. Black market seafood can still sneak into the US supply chain, which means there is still work to do." - WWF’s Michele Kuruc 1401709873976962528_438789758

The Obama administration announced new regulations to fight back against the criminals that steal from the sea by keeping illegal fish out of the U.S. market. "These regulations are another blow to the criminals that steal from the ocean, lie to authorities, and cheat customers. This isn’t game over. Black market seafood can still sneak into the US supply chain, which means there is still work to do." - WWF’s Michele Kuruc

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram People in Belize are celebrating 20 years of the Belize barrier reef being a World Heritage site today! While officials in Belize have agreed to suspend the seismic portion of offshore oil exploration, the reef is still in danger and we need your help to secure its long term protection. Check the link in our bio to email the Belize prime minister now and ask him to save the reef. 1399466765742648637_438789758

People in Belize are celebrating 20 years of the Belize barrier reef being a World Heritage site today! While officials in Belize have agreed to suspend the seismic portion of offshore oil exploration, the reef is still in danger and we need your help to secure its long term protection. Check the link in our bio to email the Belize prime minister now and ask him to save the reef.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram One of the last great stands of rain forest in the deforestation hotspot of the Indonesian island of Sumatra has welcomed an exciting new addition: a baby female orangutan. The infant is the first orangutan born in the Thirty Hills conservation concession since WWF and its partners began managing the 100,000-acre forest in 2015.

Violet, one of dozens of orangutans reintroduced into Bukit Tigapuluh National Park—a region commonly known as Thirty Hills—is the new mother, and both mom and baby appear healthy. The Frankfurt Zoological Society (FZS), an international conservation organization committed to preserving wild lands and animals, has worked to reintroduce orangutans like Violet into Thirty Hills since 2001.

Most of the orangutans were rescued from the illegal pet trade and placed in the society’s ‘jungle school.’ There, they learned the skills they need to survive before heading into the wild. Around 160 orangutans now live in Thirty Hills. 1395733940744787872_438789758

One of the last great stands of rain forest in the deforestation hotspot of the Indonesian island of Sumatra has welcomed an exciting new addition: a baby female orangutan. The infant is the first orangutan born in the Thirty Hills conservation concession since WWF and its partners began managing the 100,000-acre forest in 2015. Violet, one of dozens of orangutans reintroduced into Bukit Tigapuluh National Park—a region commonly known as Thirty Hills—is the new mother, and both mom and baby appear healthy. The Frankfurt Zoological Society (FZS), an international conservation organization committed to preserving wild lands and animals, has worked to reintroduce orangutans like Violet into Thirty Hills since 2001. Most of the orangutans were rescued from the illegal pet trade and placed in the society’s ‘jungle school.’ There, they learned the skills they need to survive before heading into the wild. Around 160 orangutans now live in Thirty Hills.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram It's #GivingTuesday! If you live in the US, text PANDA to 20222 to donate $10 to WWF. Make a donation and make a world of difference for nature. 1394319365608825812_438789758

It's #GivingTuesday! If you live in the US, text PANDA to 20222 to donate $10 to WWF. Make a donation and make a world of difference for nature.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram Six years ago, 13 tiger range countries came together to make an unprecedented pledge – to double the number of wild tigers by 2022. Since then we've seen some major victories for tiger conservation. And while challenges still remain, we’re thankful to see that, after a century of decline, numbers of wild tigers globally are on the rise. Check out the  link in our bio for more tiger wins. 1389938118954560454_438789758

Six years ago, 13 tiger range countries came together to make an unprecedented pledge – to double the number of wild tigers by 2022. Since then we've seen some major victories for tiger conservation. And while challenges still remain, we’re thankful to see that, after a century of decline, numbers of wild tigers globally are on the rise. Check out the  link in our bio for more tiger wins.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram Over the last nine months we’ve helped rangers in the Maasai Mara stop poaching in its tracks with the use of revolutionary thermal infrared camera technology. Since then, more than two dozen poachers in the region have been arrested. Now we can identify poachers by their body heat—even in the dead of night. This is transformational in the fight against wildlife crime. Follow the link in our bio to watch the video. 1388608223351524212_438789758

Over the last nine months we’ve helped rangers in the Maasai Mara stop poaching in its tracks with the use of revolutionary thermal infrared camera technology. Since then, more than two dozen poachers in the region have been arrested. Now we can identify poachers by their body heat—even in the dead of night. This is transformational in the fight against wildlife crime. Follow the link in our bio to watch the video.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram Today, a landscape that once seemed to offer the promise of endless resources is being lost to the plow faster than deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon. Deer and antelope do still move beneath bright blue skies. And plains bison continue to roam, though in much smaller herds, within places such as Yellowstone National Park and on tribal lands across the plains. Many ranching families have also successfully remained on the land. Over the decades, they’ve developed a deep understanding of the land, the wildlife, and what it takes to keep things in balance. Unfortunately, the ever-expanding presence of large-scale crop agriculture and the plowprint that follows in its wake has begun to take a massive toll on the grasslands that sustain both the people and wildlife within this important part of the world. Follow the link in our bio for more. 1384923680622802222_438789758

Today, a landscape that once seemed to offer the promise of endless resources is being lost to the plow faster than deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon. Deer and antelope do still move beneath bright blue skies. And plains bison continue to roam, though in much smaller herds, within places such as Yellowstone National Park and on tribal lands across the plains. Many ranching families have also successfully remained on the land. Over the decades, they’ve developed a deep understanding of the land, the wildlife, and what it takes to keep things in balance. Unfortunately, the ever-expanding presence of large-scale crop agriculture and the plowprint that follows in its wake has begun to take a massive toll on the grasslands that sustain both the people and wildlife within this important part of the world. Follow the link in our bio for more.

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Check world_wildlife's Instagram #WWFFuller is streaming live. There’s no question that climate change is altering the world. But is the world ready? Follow the link in our bio to tune in now to learn from a diverse array of climate experts on how we can create a climate-resilient future. 1384126646890329923_438789758

#wwffulleris streaming live. There’s no question that climate change is altering the world. But is the world ready? Follow the link in our bio to tune in now to learn from a diverse array of climate experts on how we can create a climate-resilient future.

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