Help the wild animals
What they do
World Wildlife helps animals and the enviroment
The dawn chorus of birds cherping, monkeys yelliong, frogs calling and insects buzzing. The waterfalls that are perfect for a refreshing afternoon swim. Fireflies that illuminate trees at night.
WWF believes that one of the best ways to effect change is to work with the companies that buy and sell commodities that have the greatest impact on the places we care about most as an organization. One way we do this is through our Global Forest & Trade Network (GFTN), which includes nearly 200 companies and other entities that want to create a market for environmentally-responsible forest products.
Polar bears are marine mammals because they spend most of their lives on the sea ice of the Arctic Ocean. They have a thick skin and a coat of fur that insulates them from the cold air and water. Considered talented swimmers, they can sustain a pace of six miles per hour by paddling with their front paws and holding their hind legs flat like a rudder.
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