Month: July 2021

Wildlife rangers: nature’s first responders need more support

Promo menarik pada undian Data SGP 2020 – 2021. Can you name another profession that, all in a day’s work, fights wildlife crime, prevents extinction and mitigates against climate change and zoonotic disease? No, you can’t, because there isn’t one,” says Sean Willmore, managing director of ranger support charity the Thin Green Line Foundation (TGLF).

Tiger guide | BBC Wildlife Magazine

Promo menarik pada undian Data SGP 2020 – 2021. Tigers are an iconic species, with their distinctive orange coats and black stripes. In fact, each tiger’s pattern of stripes is unique, making it possible to identify different individuals – a handy thing for conservationists trying to keep track of which tigers live where. These impressive

Are tiger populations on course to double as promised?

Jackpot hari ini Result SGP 2020 – 2021. After decades of uncontrolled persecution and relentless habitat destruction, wild tiger populations have declined by more than 95% – from an estimated 100,000 to as few as 3,200 12 years ago. With the species this far gone, it has become clear that saving tigers from extinction will

How to identify mammal skulls

Bonus harian di Keluaran SGP 2020 – 2021. Skulls can tell you a lot about an animal’s diet and lifestyle. They can be found in roadside ditches, on open hills, on spoil heaps outside badger setts – in fact, virtually anywhere. Start the detective process with size. Vole, shrew and mouse skulls are the size of

How to identify bird egg thieves | BBC Wildlife

Dapatkan promo member baru Pengeluaran SGP 2020 – 2021. Birds’ eggs are a nutritious source of food, so it’s hardly surprising that lots of animals eat them. In summer, egg remains are common, so if you find one, first check if it hatched normally. If it didn’t, it is often possible to identify the thief

Long-tailed tit guide | BBC Wildlife Magazine

Info seputar Togel Singapore 2020 – 2021. Few garden birds are more exquisite than the long-tailed tit. But for their disproportionately long tails, which slightly exceed the length of the rest of their bodies, these birds are truly tiny. At 9g they weigh less than a £1 coin. Balls of these tumbling, see-sawing birds bounce