The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Protects Endangered Species and Their Habitats

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What does the World Wildlife Fund do?

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Protects Endangered Species and Their Habitats

Known by its panda logo, World Wildlife Fund ( is an animal charity that leads international efforts to protect endangered species and their habitats. With nearly 1.2 million members in the United States and another 4 million around the world, WWF is the world's largest privately financed conservation organization.

WWF directs its conservation efforts toward three global goals:

• Saving endangered species
• Protecting endangered habitats
• Addressing global threats such as toxic pollution, over-fishing and climate change

From working to save the giant panda and bringing back the Asian rhino to establishing and helping to manage parks and reserves worldwide, WWF has been a conservation leader for more than 40 years.



6/6/2011 5:10:00 PM
emily said:

i saw on tv that you could like adopt a polar bear? and is it true? not to bring it home or anything!! but if it is true, WHERE DO I CLICK!!!!!

6/14/2011 1:51:23 PM
SAM said:


6/24/2011 1:03:01 AM
sue said:

What a bunch of garbage! Someone needs to tell the public the truth. Polar bears are very prolific and there are thousands of them. These photos were used many times without the photographers' permission. Ice melts at times and always has! The bears are doing fine. Stop trying to dupe the public into sending you $$! You probably won't let this stay on here because someone with sense might read it and question your tactics.

1/1/2012 1:50:02 PM
Mary said:

I think what you guys do is amazing. You are the life to many endangered animals. Believe me when I say they really do thank you for all you do.


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