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Save Marine Mammals
All too often, the large mammals of the ocean find themselves in distress, stranded somewhere along the 700 miles of Cape Cod coastline.
This Gift That Gives More helps rescue injured marine mammals through IFAW's Marine Mammal Rescue and Research team.
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IFAW is working with the Native Animal Trust Fund and Hunter Koala Preservation Society to help wildlife injured in the New South Wales bushfires. Koalas, wallabies, possums, and other animals need to be treated quickly and will need a long recovery period before they are able to survive on their own in the wild.
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The bees are in trouble! These super-pollinators, who are responsible for an estimated one-third of human food supply, are dying off at incredible rates. That's why Bee Girl works with kids across the United States encouraging them to conserve and protect the vital honey bee.
SeaWorld says that a female orca has a maximum lifespan of sixty years old, but Granny the orca — or, J2 — has been living for much longer than that! Read more about her amazing story, and find out why SeaWorld has been lying about the lifespan of these magnificent creatures.
The Arctic Ocean's pristine waters are in danger. No technology currently exists to clean up oil spilled in the region home to endangered whales, polar bears, seals and other wildlife.
Demand a more cautious approach to offshore drilling in the Arctic. Drilling in the Arctic isn't worth the risk!