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Earth's Largest Animal

Whale From Above

The endangered blue whale, the largest living animal, is so huge that you need a helicopter to see it all! Check it Out »

Save Earth's Honey Bees

Fuzzy Honey Bee

Honey bees are essential to life on earth, but insecticides and pesticides are killing them at an alarming rate. Take Action: Sign the Petition »

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Save our Honey Bees!

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.

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The World's Oldest Orca — You Won't Believe Her Age!

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.

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Protect the Arctic

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!

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Replant Native Trees in Peru
Bring the expanding deserts of western Peru, "the driest place on Earth," back to life. Trees for Cities (TFC) is working with local non-profit organization ANIA (Association for Children and the Environment) not only to reintroduce the huarango tree through planting of new seedlings, but also to change public perceptions as to its importance.

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