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A disappearing #penguin? Raise awareness with @WWFspain, #climatechange is real and we need action NOW.

Once common throughout Africa and Asia, elephant numbers were severely depleted the 19th century, largely due to the massive ivory trade. While some populations are now stable, poaching and habitat destruction continue to threaten the species.We owe it to future generations to protect not only the Elephants but all endangered animals

At WWF-Pakistan (@wwfpak) we try to teach young students about the #environment and the need to protect it through our Green School Programme. It is important for us to educate children about the importance of saving the #environment so that they grow up to be responsible citizens of #Pakistan and the world. #wwfmycity by wwf

1 day left! Submit a photo that shows how much you #carefortheocean for a chance to win a #gopro! Just upload your photo tell us the story and use the hashtag #carefortheocean. Want to help our judges select the winners? Visit the link in our bio and vote for your favourites. by wwf

Stunning photo from @mattbeaver2002! You still have time to enter our contest just share your best ocean pics using the hashtag #carefortheocean ! You can also help our judges select the winners visit the link in our bio and vote for your favourites. by wwf

Turn up the volume this #weekend and listen to a stunning snow leopard in the wild. We big cats, do you? #snowleopardSOS‬

Are you ready to step into a future that’s safe from the impacts of climate change? Tell your country leader today you support firm climate action to ‪#‎ChangeClimateChange‬ at ‪#‎COP21‬ →

While its numbers are slowly increasing, the giant #panda remains one of the rarest and most endangered bears in the world .