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Pangolins, eaten to extinction.
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Pangolins are considered one of the world’s most trafficked mammals. These little interesting species are being slaughtered to extinction. Sadly people don’t even know the name, so it’s impossible to protect what you don’t comprehend. Pangolins’ scales are made of keratin, the same protein that makes up our own hair and nails, rhino horns, the “teeth” of baleen whales, and the claws of bears....

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Braam Malherbe, Extreme Conservationist
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Bush Warriors proudly presents to you a true conservationist and a committed environment fighter protecting the planet and its entire species. Braam Malherbe, the  director of inspire to action, has a positive and contagious energy that always inspires people to act. This “extreme conservationist” works every day with governments, children and game rangers directly to help the planet.       As we know, over the 3,000...

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Organization of the day: Shark Aid International
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Around 73 million sharks are murdered every year mostly for their fins. This is approximately 6 millions every month, 1.5 millions a week, 217,000 a day, 9,000 an hour, 150 per minute. The fin trafficking involves taking the fin in a brutal way while they are still alive, throwing them back to the sea and letting them die drowned in a slow and painful...

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The Worlds First Ever Rhino Photo Contest….
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Welcome to the worlds first ever Rhino Photo contest. To participate and share your images,  please join Bush Warriors Photo of the Day Contest group on Facebook, which you can access by clicking here (http://www.facebook.com/groups/bushwarriorsphotooftheday/) Our first photo of the week is from Fred Von Winckelman The Bush Warriors Photo of The Day Contest is brought to you in partnership with: Founded in 1926, WESSA (The Wildlife and...

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