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Wildlife we can still save


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Since 1970 we have lost 60 percent of mammals, birds, fish and reptiles around the world as a result of large-scale deforestation, loss of wetlands, grasslands and marine environment. Our activities are destroying nature and wildlife at an extraordinary rate. However, even in a small country like Bangladesh, we still offer shelter to many globally threatened mammals and birds that are worth protecting for our future generations. It is still not too late to take conservation actions.

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