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  1. Between January and April 2019, 1,200 small cetaceans washed up dead on the beaches of France's

    French campaigners highlight trawlers' deadly toll on dolphins

    Three knocks on the cabin door: "Half past midnight!"
  2. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission staff bag a Burmese python in the Everglades

    'It was going for my throat': Florida python hunters wrestle invasive snakes

    Thomas Aycock's life flashed before his eyes one night in the Everglades as a 13-foot Burmese python squeezed his arm and a leg in its coils.
  3. According to the Jordsand society, dedicated to preserving North Sea coastal life, more than 520

    Historic German island is nursery for North Sea seals

    The birthplace of Germany's national anthem and a practice bombing range for British airmen after World War II, Helgoland island in the North Sea ...
  4. The bloom of the giant Rafflesia tuan-mudae only lasts about one week before it withers and rots

    Biggest bloom: 'World's largest' flower spotted in Indonesia

    Indonesian conservationists say they've spotted the biggest specimen ever of what's already been billed as one of the world's largest flowers.
  5. Singapore taps technology to make nature-based climate change solutions more effective | Video
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    03:59minutes

    Singapore taps technology to make nature-based climate change solutions more effective | Video

    Through innovations such as modelling tools, Singapore is trying to identify where to best grow and conserve mangroves and trees, and which ...
  6. Climate change awareness: More people willing to take action, but not sure how | Video
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    02:06minutes

    Climate change awareness: More people willing to take action, but not sure how | Video

    More than nine in 10 Singaporeans are aware of the impacts of climate change, according to a poll by the National Climate Change Secretariat, but ...
  7. Modeste Traore, 56-year old fisherman, shows his catch from Lake Wegnia, in Sahel region of Kouliko

    Shrinking lake in Mali spells end of line for family of fishermen

    Modeste Traore has lived his whole life by Lake Wegnia, in Mali's Sahel region, and its fish have provided him with a livelihood that supports his ...