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The binturong (or bearcat) typically lives in areas between northeast India and the Philippines, but its habitat is being greatly threatened by logging, agriculture, and the palm oil business.

Because this extremely rare mammal has been referred to as a "low-profile" species, it has, in turn, long suffered as one without protection.

Conservation groups want to help this incredible animal, but without proper knowledge, it is becoming increasingly difficult.

Unless we are able to learn enough about these animals and their habitats, they'll soon be in extreme danger because of what humans have done to their homes.

Sign the petition below insisting that Inger Anderson, Director General of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), further invest in trap cameras to help give conservationists the information they need to help the binturong!

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Dear Director General Anderson

Forests across the globe are being torn apart by numerous industries, and the habitats of animals are suffering horribly because of it.

One such animal is the binturong.

The binturong is unique when it comes to conservation, however. Due to its elusiveness, conservationists like you and your organization are unsure of how to help the binturong through their loss of habitat. More than that, the binturong has been called a "low-profile" species, which to this point has meant that the binturong is low priority.

Luckily, it won't take much to learn about the binturong. With more funding for trap cameras, your team will be able to safely study this incredible mammal, and to develop conservation strategies.

Director General, I urge you: please allow this spending. The survival of the binturong depends upon it.

Sincerely,

Petition Signatures


Jun 24, 2017 Sarah Gensler
Jun 24, 2017 Miriam Feehily
Jun 23, 2017 Karen Heisler
Jun 23, 2017 Angela Thomas
Jun 22, 2017 Maria Prinsloo
Jun 22, 2017 Beverly Brown
Jun 22, 2017 Rilla Heslin
Jun 22, 2017 Mary Ware
Jun 21, 2017 Colette Winslow
Jun 21, 2017 Cheryl Teo
Jun 19, 2017 John Handley
Jun 19, 2017 Judith Hansell
Jun 17, 2017 Caren Shiloh We must learn as much as we can, and save as many species as we can NOW!
Jun 17, 2017 Lisa Harding
Jun 17, 2017 Christine Rochette
Jun 15, 2017 Andrew Vallender
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Jun 14, 2017 johann meza
Jun 14, 2017 Xenia Edvinsson
Jun 13, 2017 Kristy Gerke
Jun 13, 2017 Karen McHugh
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Jun 11, 2017 Daniel Weinberger
Jun 9, 2017 Stephanie Brake
Jun 9, 2017 Diana Savage
Jun 9, 2017 Beth Smith
Jun 9, 2017 Sophie Miranda
Jun 8, 2017 Elizabeth Congo
Jun 8, 2017 Marie Osmundsen
Jun 8, 2017 jennifer pies
Jun 8, 2017 Léa Le Brizaut
Jun 8, 2017 Jacqueline Straw
Jun 8, 2017 Shelley Kraft
Jun 8, 2017 Linda Gazzola
Jun 8, 2017 carol king
Jun 7, 2017 Maristela Machado
Jun 6, 2017 Maiko Kushida
Jun 5, 2017 Samantha Manso
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Jun 4, 2017 regina sondej
Jun 4, 2017 Petra Jones
Jun 3, 2017 Catherine DADRIAN
Jun 2, 2017 Millie Mondragon
Jun 2, 2017 Ronald Rutzky
Jun 1, 2017 Leah Santini
Jun 1, 2017 Carlos Otero
May 31, 2017 Barbara Phillips
May 31, 2017 Emiko Inoue
May 31, 2017 Tomoko Inoue
May 31, 2017 Jeanie Preuit

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