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Great Bear Rainforest

Save Great Bear

A panel recently recommended the Canadian government grant conditional approval to a pipeline through Great Bear Rainforest.

Environmental groups and the First Nations are planning to fight the decision. Stand with them and voice your opposition to the presence of a pipeline in Great Bear.

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Peru

Plant Native Trees

The Peruvian city of Ica was once surrounded by huarango tree. But the struggling people of Ica turned in desperation to the trees, cutting them down for charcoal to sell and use in the cities.

Trees for Cities is working to reintroduce the huarango tree through planting of new seedlings.

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Rescue Marine Mammals Stranded on Cape Cod

When marine mammals are found in distress, IFAW's Marine Mammal Rescue and Research team is there to help. Its trained personnel are able to assess the health of the animal(s) and find the best course of action -- rehabilitation where necessary and possible, relocation, release, and post-release monitoring.

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This is One Friendly Leopard Seal!

When photographer Paul Nicklen took a trip to Antarctica to snap some pictures, he never expected this friendly leopard seal to swim right up to him! Have a look at the National Geographic photographers incredible stills.

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Stop the Canadian Seal Slaughter

Each year, Canadian fisherman take up slaughtering baby seals. In the past few years, hundreds of thousands of seals have been killed in this annual massacre.

The European Union has already banned the trade of commercial seal products. Tell the Canadian prime minister that this seal slaughter needs to stop too!

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Protect Baby Turtles in Mexico
La Tortuga Viva ("Living Turtle" in Spanish) is a turtle sanctuary in Juluchuca, Guerrero, Mexico. Since 2010, they have hatched and released over 300,000 baby turtles: mostly Olive Ridley turtles (Golfina), as well as Black Turtles and Leatherback turtles, which are considered critically endangered on the IUCN Red List.

You can help. This Gift That Gives More™ helps 100 baby turtles in Mexico hatch and make it safely to their new life in the ocean.

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