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  • World Animal Day Animal Photographer of the Year 2020

    • Get snapping for World Animal Day on October 4! As part of our World Animal Day celebrations on October 4 this year, we will be opening our home page banner to photographers of all abilitie

  • Stay home, spread the word, protect the animals!

    • Taking a virtual stance on World Animal Day 2020 With October 4 fast approaching, we're delighted to publish a guest article written by Sheryl Henderson which is aimed at people new to World Animal D

  • Celebrate International Tiger Day before it's too late!

    • Global Tiger Day, often called International Tiger Day, is a celebration to raise awareness for conservation of one of the most charismatic endangered species on the planet. Its held every year on the

  • Meet the animals that are loving the lockdown

    • Although we’ve been seeing the chaos of a pandemic across the world, some animal species have flourished in the absence of humans. Staying in our homes means animals are enjoying a wider choice

  • The numerous benefits of rewilding

    • Walking around urban areas, buying food from supermarkets, and using water from a tap, it’s easy to forget that none of it would be possible without the natural world.  Everything we need

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