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Sea otters hold hands when they sleep to avoid drifting apart. Sea otters hold hands when they sleep to avoid drifting apart. Sea otters hold hands when they sleep to avoid drifting apart.

The proposal to strip protections from most wolves across the lower 48 states has left many shocked and angry. Help spread the word by sharing this video today http://dfnd.us/1390clt

Last week, Defenders launched a short video to help bring more attention to the U. Fish and Wildlife Service's misguided plan to delist nearly all gray wolves across the lower 48 states.

She's a jar... with a heavy lid...

The Kinkajou (aka the 'honey bear' - a name it shares with the sun bear) is a rainforest mammal related to olingos, coatis and raccoons. Native to Central and South America, this arboreal mammal is not an endangered species.

SPEAK OUT!  Walls of Death Floating in the Pacific!  Tell decision-makers to rid our ocean of drift gillnets and protect our wildlife!    In 2011, for every 5 swordfish landed by boats using drift gillnets, 1 marine mammal was killed and 6 fish were tossed back dead or dying. These numbers are APPALLINGLY UNACCEPTABLE!  PLZ Sign & Share!    http://act.oceana.org/sign/p-gillnet-mola/?rd=1=3_akid=2779.449198.5kjpOh

The ocean sunfish is the largest bony fish in the world. Rarely seen, adult sunfish typically weigh over a ton. Although it has few natural predators, the sunfish is considered a delicacy in some countries, though banned for sale in the European Union.

Ole Jørgen Liodden - due to climate change the Arctic drift ice is getting thinner, reducing the polar bears' habitat dramatically

GDT European wildlife photographer of the year 2012 – in pictures

Living on thin ice (Foto: Ole Jørgen Liodden/Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year )

Swordfish Drift Gillnet Fishery Restricted to Protect Loggerhead ...

We know plastic can have a devastating impact on aquatic life such as seabirds, fish and whales. Now, researchers have found that 60 percent of loggerhead