Happy Friday everyone Have a great day And a wonderful weekend 😊 https://t.co/7ujRwUQlf4
In the words of one Argentine scientist, the fire of 2021 serves as a “premonition” of what’s to come as climate change and increased population in wildlands closes in on Patagonia https://t.co/VFVurXPMrw https://t.co/IV1lRimVCs
Photo of the Day: A common seal at Cley Marshes in Norfolk, England, UK, by @SW_PhotoNature. To submit an image to our Photo of the Day, use the hashtag #BBCWildlifePOTD. Find out more on our website: https://t.co/E48eufj7XU https://t.co/GB6WvGlXUj
Abandoned fishing gear is the deadliest form of plastic debris for marine mammal species.
Bleached reefs still support nutritious fish, study finds https://t.co/qUWeshlBPL
Treat every living being, including yourself with kindness, And the world will immediately be a better place. Timber Hawkeye https://t.co/fsKEWqLd3u
For much of the country, bus lines like Greyhound are the only option for traveling to another city if you don’t have a car. "They marry the rural and urban parts of the country." https://t.co/b1bYlSNV95
Happy #SquirrelAppreciationDay! The red squirrel is the only squirrel species native to Britain, & have suffered a drastic population decline since the introduction of the non-native grey squirrel in the 1800’s. Learn more in our guide by @ScotSquirrels: https://t.co/8ThOXFLCIl
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