I like how simple this infographic is. It shows some alarming statistics but it ends giving as hope that we can change this scenario.

I like how simple this infographic is. It shows some alarming statistics but it ends giving as hope that we can change this scenario.

The Illegal Wildlife Trade: One of the greatest threats facing species today.

The Illegal Wildlife Trade: One of the greatest threats facing species today.

This Infographic on How Much Wildlife We've Lost in the Past 40 Years Will Shock You

4 Amazing Animal Sanctuaries Who Need Your Help to Continue Saving Animals

This Infographic on How Much Wildlife We've Lost in the Past 40 Years Will Shock You

Check out this infographic on the dire state of the illegal wildlife trade and get inspired to help.

Check out this infographic on the dire state of the illegal wildlife trade and get inspired to help.

Steneosaurus bollensis - Steneosaurus is an extinct genus of teleosaurid crocodyliform from the Early Jurassic to Middle Jurassic (Toarcian to Callovian). Fossil specimens have been found in England, France, Germany, Switzerland and Morocco. The largest species, S. heberti, reached up to 5 m (16.5 ft) long, though 2.5–3.5 m was far more common Species in this genus are traditionally classed into two skull groups: longirostrine (long, narrow jaws) and brevirostrine (short, broad jaws)

Steneosaurus bollensis - Steneosaurus is an extinct genus of teleosaurid crocodyliform from the Early Jurassic to Middle Jurassic (Toarcian to Callovian). Fossil specimens have been found in England, France, Germany, Switzerland and Morocco. The largest species, S. heberti, reached up to 5 m (16.5 ft) long, though 2.5–3.5 m was far more common Species in this genus are traditionally classed into two skull groups: longirostrine (long, narrow jaws) and brevirostrine (short, broad jaws)

Last legs: the species with only a few remaining individuals - graphic The rate of animal extinction has rocketed in the past half-century, as hundreds - possibly thousands - of species disappear each year. Our graphic indicates some of the species whose numbers have dwindled to a vulnerable few.

Last legs: the species with only a few remaining individuals - graphic

Last legs: the species with only a few remaining individuals - graphic The rate of animal extinction has rocketed in the past half-century, as hundreds - possibly thousands - of species disappear each year. Our graphic indicates some of the species whose numbers have dwindled to a vulnerable few.

Rarely growing larger than a foot (30 centimeters) in length, the Axolotl is one of nature’s smaller amazing bundles. A critically endangered species in their native Mexico, these amphibians are a species of salamander that never undergoes metamorphosis and therefore remains gilled and aquatic for its entire life.

Rarely growing larger than a foot (30 centimeters) in length, the Axolotl is one of nature’s smaller amazing bundles. A critically endangered species in their native Mexico, these amphibians are a species of salamander that never undergoes metamorphosis and therefore remains gilled and aquatic for its entire life.

3 Ways YOU Are Driving the Sixth Extinction of Species | One Green Planet

3 Ways YOU Are Driving the Sixth Extinction of Species

3 Ways YOU Are Driving the Sixth Extinction of Species | One Green Planet

Had to watch this video for a class assignment and im glad i did...It made such a huge impact on me! This video is so informative about climate change and its effect on the water. Its also very heart-wrenching and makes you feel thankful for what simple necessity that we have so much access to everyday. So many people take for granted what we have in life--deff. wake up call. # BETHANKFUL

Had to watch this video for a class assignment and im glad i did...It made such a huge impact on me! This video is so informative about climate change and its effect on the water. Its also very heart-wrenching and makes you feel thankful for what simple necessity that we have so much access to everyday. So many people take for granted what we have in life--deff. wake up call. # BETHANKFUL

The beautifully detailed photos feature the Sumatran tiger (pictured), which is classed as 'critically endangered' by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, with numbers in the wild falling

How can you help the World's most endangered species?

The beautifully detailed photos feature the Sumatran tiger (pictured), which is classed as 'critically endangered' by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, with numbers in the wild falling

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