most popular – 2017-07

 
 

Writers with most reads this month

  1. mike-gaworecki [187534]
  2. shreya-dasgupta [177151]

Series with most reads this month

  1. indonesian-forests [152166]

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  1. Watch video of an electric eel attack [115400]
  2. Meet the new giant sunfish that has evaded scientists for centuries [111338]
  3. Merabu’s efforts to keep the carbon in its trees [63053]
  4. 2 new reptiles discovered in Sumatra [51266]
  5. Camera trapping in the trees [48221]
  6. Namibia’s low cost, sustainable solution to seabird bycatch [42593]
  7. The women who live alongside rhinos in India [21731]
  8. Lions return to Rwanda [19010]
  9. Ongoing mass extinction causing ‘biological annihilation,’ new study says [17319]
  10. Camera traps reveal undiscovered leopard population in Javan forest [16688]
  11. Invasion of Poisonous Asian toad in Madagascar is a greater threat to biodiversity than previously thought [16396]
  12. First ever photos of wild lion nursing leopard cub [14245]
  13. Is intensification of beef production really a solution to Amazonian deforestation? [12977]
  14. Killed, forced, afraid’: Philippine palm oil legacy incites new fears [12929]
  15. Looks like Casper: Expedition captures first-ever live footage of ghostlike fish [11620]
  16. Short-eared dog? Uncovering the secrets of one of the Amazon’s most mysterious mammals [10961]
  17. Ten good news stories for Endangered Species Day [10606]
  18. Loss of wildlife and deforestation can increase human disease [10077]
  19. New York detective work saves rhinos in South Africa (commentary) [9986]
  20. Photos: Where once were mangroves, Javan villages struggle to beat back the sea [9598]
  21. Rate of human-wildlife conflict in India has researchers making urgent appeals for solutions [9257]
  22. Rare fishing cat photographed in Cambodia [8819]
  23. Amazon turtles imperilled by dams, mercury pollution and illegal trade [8293]
  24. Discovery of baby Chinese alligators boosts hope for rare species [8076]
  25. Meet the new ‘Skywalker’ gibbon [7791]
  26. Seafood giant Thai Union commits to clean up supply chains following pressure campaign [6837]
  27. Footprints in the forest: The future of the Sumatran rhino [6181]
  28. On poaching in South Africa, education “has saved more wildlife than any guard with a gun” [6075]
  29. Mothers vs. loggers: the destruction of Białowieża Forest splits Poland [5664]
  30. Rare bird not seen in 60 years rediscovered [5660]
  31. The world’s best mother: meet the octopus that guards its eggs for over four years [5579]
  32. Surprisingly, Indonesia’s most famous dive site is also a playground for whales and dolphins (commentary) [5306]
  33. Pangolin hunting skyrockets in Central Africa, driven by international trade [5110]
  34. African great ape bushmeat crisis intensifies; few solutions in sight [4965]
  35. The triumph of the bison: Europe’s biggest animal bounces back a century after vanishing [4899]
  36. New investor guide aims to help navigate social and environmental risks of commodities supply chains [4755]
  37. What future is there for Africa’s lions? [4264]
  38. Smallest of giant flowers ‘accidentally’ discovered in the Philippines [4008]
  39. Watch a leatherback sea turtle return to the ocean after nesting on a Costa Rica beach [3652]
  40. What does Nature give us? A special Earth Day article [3519]
  41. Great apes in Asian circus-style shows on rise — so is trafficking [3267]
  42. On babies and motherhood: how giant armadillos are surprising scientists (photos) [3248]
  43. Hunted to the brink: Mammals in crisis [3167]
  44. The snake that decapitates its prey [3135]
  45. Study: Biodiversity poorly protected by conservation areas worldwide [3104]
  46. The top 10 most biodiverse countries [3060]
  47. Leaked terms of huge EU-Japan trade deal spark environmental alarm [2887]
  48. The Chinese town at the epicenter of the global illegal ivory trade [2765]
  49. Climate change is increasing the mortality rate of African wild dog pups [2715]
  50. Mounting outcry over Indonesian palm oil bill as legislators press on [2642]
  51. Kiribati confronts climate upheaval by preparing for ‘migration with dignity’ [2601]
  52. Camera traps capture elusive ocelots in Peru’s Madre de Dios [2531]
  53. A spotty revival amid decline for China’s endemic leopards [2509]
  54. Ethiopia’s first botanic garden aims to preserve country’s flora heritage [2456]
  55. Big forests, big ag: Are rainforests the right place for industrial agriculture? (commentary) [2333]
  56. Indonesia is running out of places to put rescued animals [2315]
  57. Researchers trick black leopards into showing their spots [2286]
  58. Hard but worth it: researchers fight invasives on Subantarctic islands (commentary) [2272]
  59. Seed dispersal by fruit-eating bats essential to tropical reforestation [2209]
  60. Please, don’t hate us: celebrating World Snake Day! [2198]
  61. Five new species in world’s largest tree genus found on Sulawesi [2102]
  62. On the front lines of conservation: How do rural women feel? [2013]
  63. New species of rabbit-like pika discovered in India [2012]
  64. Ranges for majority of world’s large carnivores have shrunk by more than 20 percent [2001]
  65. As Indonesia’s Leuser Ecosystem faces multiple threats, local resistance grows [1893]
  66. Conservation group African Parks to look after West African wildlife [1872]
  67. Protecting fish and fishers: Economists say catch shares work [1861]
  68. As habitat fragmentation increases, so does extinction risk: study [1837]
  69. Thylacine survey: Are we going to rediscover the ‘moonlight tiger’? [1794]
  70. Protecting the animal that eats lemurs — why it’s important to conserve Madagascar’s largest carnivore [1760]
  71. Colombia expands indigenous reserves near key deforestation hotspot [1721]
  72. A dangerous path: New highway could jeopardize tigers in India [1720]
  73. A plan to save the Mekong Delta [1719]
  74. India’s Assam state moves to fast track trials for wildlife crime [1682]
  75. How effective are wildlife corridors like Singapore’s Eco-Link? [1672]
  76. Phone app lists ‘Good Fish’ and ‘Bad Fish’ to reduce impacts of cyanide fishing [1662]
  77. ‘Penis snake’ discovered in Brazil is actually a rare species of amphibian [1588]
  78. Photos: Four new species of burrowing frogs discovered in India [1561]
  79. Sumatran rhino horn, pangolin parts seized in Aceh wildlife trafficking bust [1497]
  80. Lawyer opposing U.S. resort developer in Baja Mexico jailed 62 days [1488]
  81. Tracking Gobi Grizzlies:’ Book excerpt and Q&A with Douglas Chadwick, wildlife biologist and author [1485]
  82. Nepal’s rhino numbers rise, thanks to national and local commitment [1453]
  83. Transforming business as usual in Indonesia: an interview with Aida Greenbury [1452]
  84. Paying for healthcare with trees: win-win for orangutans and communities [1377]
  85. Indonesia blocks major artery in haze-causing Mega Rice canal network [1361]
  86. Illegal mining threatens last remaining habitat of green peafowl in China [1342]
  87. Study: Brazilian mega-dams caused far more flooding than EIA predicted [1339]
  88. Orangutans find home in degraded forests [1316]
  89. Will banning trade in fins help endangered sharks? Experts are divided [1291]
  90. Super cute, but tiny, elephant-relative discovered in Namibia [1287]
  91. Behind rising rhino numbers in Nepal, a complex human story [1254]
  92. Trump’s policies could put Cambodia’s environment on chopping block [1253]
  93. Empowering communities fighting new mines: an interview with filmmaker Jessie Landerman [1215]
  94. Proposed Colombia dam threatens to wipe out endangered plants, disrupt river [1186]
  95. Invasive purple flower impacts Iceland’s biodiversity [1183]
  96. Inflated quotas for captive-bred wildlife in Indonesia may aid traffickers: report [1159]
  97. Monkeys use field scientists as human shields against predators [1148]
  98. Audio: DJ remixes the sounds of birds, lemurs, and more to inspire conservation [1148]
  99. Adding the voice of forestry to the environmental movement (commentary) [1141]
  100. Sand mining, land reclamation meet fierce resistance in Makassar [1141]

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  1. 555 “The forest is our storehouse,” one resident explains. “We have a village forest and a backup forest.” https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/merabus-efforts-to-keep-the-carbon-in-its-trees/
    7/5/17 10:30 AM
  2. 428 A newly discovered snake in Takengon, in the highlands of Aceh province, was named for one of Indonesia’s few herpetologists. https://news.mongabay.com/2017/06/2-new-reptiles-discovered-in-sumatra/
    6/27/17 5:53 AM
  3. 253 Despite decades of bloody conflict, the palm oil industry continues to push forward on the island of Mindanao. https://news.mongabay.com/2017/05/killed-forced-afraid-philippine-palm-oil-legacy-incites-new-fears/
    7/8/17 6:11 PM
  4. 208 [3 years ago] Although the species was first described in 1883 and is considered the sole representative of the Atelocynus genus, biologists spent over a century largely in the dark about an animal that seemed almost a myth. https://news.mongabay.com/2014/07/short-eared-dog-uncovering-the-secrets-of-one-of-the-amazons-most-mysterious-mammals/
    7/26/17 7:06 PM
  5. 207 [2 years ago] “Unspeakable cruelty is involved in the trade in slow lorises and the public must be made aware of this.” https://news.mongabay.com/2015/06/new-campaign-says-tickling-is-torture-for-slow-lorises/
    6/17/17 4:22 PM
  6. 207 Sometimes it’s not good to report that you’ve found a new species ~ https://news.mongabay.com/2011/12/the-dark-side-of-new-species-discovery/
    6/17/17 10:09 AM
  7. 203 What brought the lioness and leopard cub together are still a mystery ~ https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/first-ever-photos-of-wild-lion-nursing-leopard-cub/
    7/22/17 4:28 PM
  8. 127 The primate was discovered in the forests of the Gaoligong Mountains, which straddle the border between southwest China and northern Myanmar. https://news.mongabay.com/2017/01/meet-the-new-skywalker-gibbon/
    6/28/17 4:45 PM
  9. 126 [2 years ago] The NGO, African Parks, moved seven lions from South Africa to Rwanda’s Akagera National Park. https://news.mongabay.com/2015/06/lions-return-to-rwanda/
    6/30/17 6:56 PM
  10. 124 Stunningly honest in this video, illegal loggers and politicians celebrating that 2,317 square miles of federally protected Amazon forest is poised to be opened for logging & mining, watch and then read more here: https://news.mongabay.com/2017/06/brazil-on-verge-of-legitimizing-amazon-land-theft-on-a-grand-scale/
    6/16/17 8:16 AM
  11. 120 [1 year ago] In the mysterious depths of the Marianas Trench Marine National Monument off of the Philippines in the Pacific Ocean, scientists have filmed a ghostly-looking fish belonging to the Aphyonidae family. https://news.mongabay.com/2016/07/looks-like-casper-expedition-captures-first-ever-live-footage-of-ghostlike-fish/
    7/18/17 7:14 PM


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  1. 14054 Sometimes it’s not good to report that you’ve found a new species ~ https://news.mongabay.com/2011/12/the-dark-side-of-new-species-discovery/
    6/17/17 10:09 AM
  2. 7632 “The forest is our storehouse,” one resident explains. “We have a village forest and a backup forest.” https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/merabus-efforts-to-keep-the-carbon-in-its-trees/
    7/5/17 10:30 AM
  3. 5807 [1 year ago]Borneo, the third-largest island in the world, is home to more endemic carnivores than any other island except Madagascar. https://news.mongabay.com/2016/06/saving-borneos-wild-cats-and-small-carnivores/
    6/25/17 6:46 PM
  4. 5539 A newly discovered snake in Takengon, in the highlands of Aceh province, was named for one of Indonesia’s few herpetologists. https://news.mongabay.com/2017/06/2-new-reptiles-discovered-in-sumatra/
    6/27/17 5:53 AM
  5. 4848 [2 years ago] “Unspeakable cruelty is involved in the trade in slow lorises and the public must be made aware of this.” https://news.mongabay.com/2015/06/new-campaign-says-tickling-is-torture-for-slow-lorises/
    6/17/17 4:22 PM
  6. 4456 Fewer than 100 Sumatran rhinos (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) remain in the wild, a number many biologists say is too low to ensure the survival of the species. https://news.mongabay.com/2017/06/footprints-in-the-forest-the-future-of-the-sumatran-rhino/
    6/23/17 10:14 AM
  7. 2726 Observers credit this success to broad-based support for conservation, including at the highest levels of Nepal’s government and military.h ttps://news.mongabay.com/2016/12/nepals-extraordinary-devotion-to-preserving-its-rhinos/
    6/23/17 2:36 PM
  8. 2656 The Ulu Muda forest is the primary source of water for four million Malaysians, as well as for industry and agriculture. The forest is also home to a huge diversity of species, including the Asian elephant, Malayan tapir, sambar deer and clouded and spotted leopards. https://news.mongabay.com/2017/06/logging-in-malaysias-ulu-muda-forest-threatens-wildlife-and-water-supplies/
    6/26/17 10:22 AM
  9. 2634 In 2015, a team of researchers left 21 camera traps on a previously unsurveyed ridge in Peru’s Sira Communal Reserve for six months and captured some of the first images of the critically endangered Sira curassow to be made publicly available. https://news.mongabay.com/wildtech/2017/02/camera-traps-proving-to-be-powerful-tool-for-studying-endangered-species-in-remote-locations/
    6/26/17 2:45 PM
  10. 2566 The Indonesian Ministry of Environment and Forestry announced that hidden cameras had confirmed the presence of Javan leopards (Panthera pardus melas) in Cikepuh, a wildlife sanctuary along the island’s southern coast. https://news.mongabay.com/2017/02/193114/
    6/26/17 4:52 PM


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  1. 106 “The forest is our storehouse,” one resident explains. “We have a village forest and a backup forest.” https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/merabus-efforts-to-keep-the-carbon-in-its-trees/
    7/5/17 10:30 AM
  2. 94 Despite decades of bloody conflict, the palm oil industry continues to push forward on the island of Mindanao. https://news.mongabay.com/2017/05/killed-forced-afraid-philippine-palm-oil-legacy-incites-new-fears/
    7/8/17 6:11 PM
  3. 82 A newly discovered snake in Takengon, in the highlands of Aceh province, was named for one of Indonesia’s few herpetologists. https://news.mongabay.com/2017/06/2-new-reptiles-discovered-in-sumatra/
    6/27/17 5:53 AM
  4. 46 [2 years ago] “Unspeakable cruelty is involved in the trade in slow lorises and the public must be made aware of this.” https://news.mongabay.com/2015/06/new-campaign-says-tickling-is-torture-for-slow-lorises/
    6/17/17 4:22 PM
  5. 40 In a remote forest in western Venezuela, scientists have rediscovered a bird that was last seen more than 60 years ago. https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/rare-bird-not-seen-in-60-years-rediscovered/
    7/27/17 2:45 PM
  6. 38 [3 years ago] Snakes are beautiful. Snakes are wildly diverse. Snakes are important ecological predators, especially in keeping rodent populations in check. And let’s face it snakes have survived a lot longer than us: over 100 million years to date. 🐍 #WorldSnakeDay 🐍https://news.mongabay.com/2014/07/please-dont-hate-us-celebrating-world-snake-day/
    7/16/17 6:30 PM
  7. 38 Stunningly honest in this video, illegal loggers and politicians celebrating that 2,317 square miles of federally protected Amazon forest is poised to be opened for logging & mining, watch and then read more here: https://news.mongabay.com/2017/06/brazil-on-verge-of-legitimizing-amazon-land-theft-on-a-grand-scale/
    6/16/17 8:16 AM
  8. 37 What brought the lioness and leopard cub together are still a mystery ~ https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/first-ever-photos-of-wild-lion-nursing-leopard-cub/
    7/22/17 4:28 PM
  9. 33 The Indonesian Ministry of Environment and Forestry announced that hidden cameras had confirmed the presence of Javan leopards (Panthera pardus melas) in Cikepuh, a wildlife sanctuary along the island’s southern coast. https://news.mongabay.com/2017/02/193114/
    6/26/17 4:52 PM
  10. 32 Sometimes it’s not good to report that you’ve found a new species ~ https://news.mongabay.com/2011/12/the-dark-side-of-new-species-discovery/
    6/17/17 10:09 AM
  11. 32 Mangroves are removed to make way for shrimp and fish farms. But without the forests’ protection, coastal communities become dangerously vulnerable to erosion and flooding. https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/photos-where-once-were-mangroves-javan-villages-struggle-to-beat-back-the-sea/
    7/3/17 10:24 AM


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  1. 70320 “The forest is our storehouse,” one resident explains. “We have a village forest and a backup forest.” https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/merabus-efforts-to-keep-the-carbon-in-its-trees/
    7/5/17 10:30 AM
  2. 59870 A newly discovered snake in Takengon, in the highlands of Aceh province, was named for one of Indonesia’s few herpetologists. https://news.mongabay.com/2017/06/2-new-reptiles-discovered-in-sumatra/
    6/27/17 5:53 AM
  3. 46939 Sets of remote cameras placed in trees can detect a wide range of diurnal and nocturnal arboreal vertebrates and help assess species presence relative to environmental factors. https://news.mongabay.com/wildtech/2017/07/camera-trapping-in-the-trees/
    7/5/17 8:23 AM
  4. 29869 [2 years ago] The NGO, African Parks, moved seven lions from South Africa to Rwanda’s Akagera National Park. https://news.mongabay.com/2015/06/lions-return-to-rwanda/
    6/30/17 6:56 PM
  5. 27534 [2 years ago] Invasive species are among the greatest threats to the world’s biodiversity, and amphibians rank among the most devastating vertebrate invaders. https://news.mongabay.com/2015/07/invasion-of-poisonous-asian-toad-in-madagascar-is-a-greater-threat-to-biodiversity-than-previously-thought/
    7/5/17 7:00 PM
  6. 23323 India’s rising population of greater one-horned rhinos brings residents of villages bordering protected areas into proximity with the animals. https://news.mongabay.com/2017/06/the-women-who-live-alongside-rhinos-in-india/
    6/30/17 4:40 PM
  7. 18348 Government camera traps spotted three individuals in the Cikepuh Wildlife Reserve, along the southern coast of Indonesia’s main central island of Java. https://news.mongabay.com/2017/02/193114/
    7/5/17 2:52 PM
  8. 17663 Building on research in which they showed that two species have gone extinct per year over the past century, a team of biologists analyzed the population trends for 27,600 vertebrates around the world. https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/ongoing-mass-extinction-causing-biological-annihilation-new-study-says/
    7/12/17 8:21 AM
  9. 15303 What brought the lioness and leopard cub together are still a mystery ~ https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/first-ever-photos-of-wild-lion-nursing-leopard-cub/
    7/22/17 4:28 PM
  10. 13937 It was thought that intensifying beef production on already established pastures could keep Amazon trees from falling. https://news.mongabay.com/2017/06/is-intensification-of-beef-production-really-a-solution-to-amazonian-deforestation/
    7/8/17 8:07 AM


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    2017-06-30 20:37 +0000
  2. 66 Conservation community failing to use evidence to make decisions, scientists say: https://t.co/B4gDMDtHcd https://t.co/rd5IzdzRyS
    2017-07-31 18:45 +0000
  3. 61 Mounting outcry over Indonesian palm oil bill as legislators press on: https://t.co/vR5O2UJUx6 https://t.co/kllxUs0Szy
    2017-07-21 19:20 +0000
  4. 47 We are looking for conservation scientists w/ audio recordings of their study subjects: https://t.co/P8xzoqq937 #scicomm #sciencesoundslike https://t.co/xoVgknK1cd
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  5. 45 Hunting, not deforestation, biggest threat to Southeast Asian biodiversity: https://t.co/tFyP2EXFhd https://t.co/UpgKwM5cxo
    2017-07-27 23:45 +0000
  6. 38 ‘Catastrophic’ decline: nearly 99% of African grey parrots wiped out in Ghana – https://t.co/E20VItTK9O https://t.co/WYjJasQ6nO
    2017-07-31 15:10 +0000
  7. 37 25 MOST WANTED: a new search for lost species ~ https://t.co/aLWvZ29ahi https://t.co/gGfa3nzR1S
    2017-06-24 17:24 +0000
  8. 34 New opportunity: Mongabay is seeking a research associate to help evaluate conservation effectiveness – https://t.co/D6l19crmdm https://t.co/pSDbyZmrLY
    2017-06-20 19:20 +0000
  9. 33 Study: Biodiversity poorly protected by conservation areas worldwide – https://t.co/PMkmrIgtHq https://t.co/NOvjNZ466O
    2017-07-10 21:30 +0000
  10. 30 [2 years ago] The jackal that turned into a wolf: new species discovered in Africa – https://t.co/LM9qDrBspu https://t.co/yn0ENCFHKf
    2017-08-01 03:35 +0000


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  1. 58 Nepal’s rhino numbers rise, thanks to national and local commitment ~ https://t.co/Y7tQyzLgvV https://t.co/5PyUAMxy5G
    2017-07-23 13:25 +0000
  2. 56 Saving Borneo’s wild cats and small carnivores: https://t.co/NAe2Foaoo3 https://t.co/bjezzaLcBA
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  3. 55 Seeking acoustic ecologists & sound recordists to be featured on our podcast: https://t.co/P8xzoqq937 #sciencesoundslike #soundenvironment https://t.co/1FDifmp9uZ
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  4. 52 Great Barrier Reef suffered worst coral die-off on record in 2016: https://t.co/j6TYVGCCvx https://t.co/12NVRNt5RJ
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  7. 44 Big mammals flourish as a Brazilian Cerrado park’s savanna comes back, https://t.co/wVTuMdznq0 …like maned wolves, tapirs, giant anteater https://t.co/3p3OM6RrOx
    2017-07-14 21:25 +0000
  8. 42 Rare fishing cat photographed in Cambodia: https://t.co/IgTUrk5YWx https://t.co/yELbJB4Nd7
    2017-07-07 15:10 +0000
  9. 41 Conservation community failing to use evidence to make decisions, scientists say: https://t.co/B4gDMDtHcd https://t.co/rd5IzdzRyS
    2017-07-31 18:45 +0000
  10. 41 Camera trapping in the trees: https://t.co/N91TvuJWcW https://t.co/IkHcRzYPrE
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  2. 270 2 new reptiles discovered in Sumatra: https://t.co/vqXH5NDKqp https://t.co/wDoZ4L4zv6
    2017-06-28 01:45 +0000
  3. 261 We are looking for conservation scientists w/ audio recordings of their study subjects: https://t.co/P8xzoqq937 #scicomm #sciencesoundslike https://t.co/xoVgknK1cd
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  4. 244 African great ape bushmeat crisis intensifies; few solutions in sight ~ https://t.co/TT8FbqHcjD https://t.co/z85lY6JlYC
    2017-07-07 19:19 +0000
  5. 225 Hunting, not deforestation, biggest threat to Southeast Asian biodiversity: https://t.co/tFyP2EXFhd https://t.co/UpgKwM5cxo
    2017-07-27 23:45 +0000
  6. 199 New species of giant sunfish discovered: https://t.co/0C7QlyVpKU https://t.co/8nSMyQugUa
    2017-07-24 15:10 +0000
  7. 192 25 MOST WANTED: a new search for lost species ~ https://t.co/aLWvZ29ahi https://t.co/gGfa3nzR1S
    2017-06-24 17:24 +0000
  8. 191 Great Barrier Reef suffered worst coral die-off on record in 2016: https://t.co/j6TYVGCCvx https://t.co/12NVRNt5RJ
    2017-08-01 23:45 +0000
  9. 183 Camera trapping in the trees: https://t.co/N91TvuJWcW https://t.co/IkHcRzYPrE
    2017-07-05 15:10 +0000
  10. 179 Conservation community failing to use evidence to make decisions, scientists say: https://t.co/B4gDMDtHcd https://t.co/rd5IzdzRyS
    2017-07-31 18:45 +0000


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  3. 9737 New podcast ep shares an acoustic study of birds vs climate in Puerto Rico & discusses Indonesia’s Leuser Ecosystem: https://t.co/GAhhyHP2S3 https://t.co/8amQY9JNkh
    2017-07-09 23:05 +0000
  4. 7642 2016 was even deadlier for environmental and indigenous activists than 2015: https://t.co/Pscapg8QOs https://t.co/51Hcr4rhbu
    2017-07-14 15:05 +0000
  5. 7070 Hunting, not deforestation, biggest threat to Southeast Asian biodiversity: https://t.co/tFyP2EXFhd https://t.co/UpgKwM5cxo
    2017-07-27 23:45 +0000
  6. 6381 Conservation community failing to use evidence to make decisions, scientists say: https://t.co/B4gDMDtHcd https://t.co/rd5IzdzRyS
    2017-07-31 18:45 +0000
  7. 6377 Mind-boggling: Brazil on verge of legitimizing Amazon land degradation on a grand scale ~ https://t.co/ReMnM60jnZ https://t.co/LfkbILjgPV
    2017-06-18 17:20 +0000
  8. 6344 Great Barrier Reef suffered worst coral die-off on record in 2016: https://t.co/j6TYVGCCvx https://t.co/12NVRNt5RJ
    2017-08-01 23:45 +0000
  9. 5658 We learn so much from marine bio-acoustical studies, have a listen w/ @LeahBarclay here ~ https://t.co/4jCwxqc3Rc https://t.co/9sDyobYoRF
    2017-06-25 15:10 +0000
  10. 5598 A dangerous path: New highway could jeopardize tigers in India – https://t.co/OPDB4i9hb0 https://t.co/L5waBRdSiL
    2017-06-28 15:10 +0000


Our Twitter: Most retweets

  1. 53 We are looking for conservation scientists w/ audio recordings of their study subjects: https://t.co/P8xzoqq937 #scicomm #sciencesoundslike https://t.co/xoVgknK1cd
    2017-07-03 23:30 +0000
  2. 53 Seeking acoustic ecologists & sound recordists to be featured on our podcast: https://t.co/P8xzoqq937 #sciencesoundslike #soundenvironment https://t.co/1FDifmp9uZ
    2017-06-30 20:37 +0000
  3. 47 ‘Catastrophic’ decline: nearly 99% of African grey parrots wiped out in Ghana – https://t.co/E20VItTK9O https://t.co/WYjJasQ6nO
    2017-07-31 15:10 +0000
  4. 45 Great Barrier Reef suffered worst coral die-off on record in 2016: https://t.co/j6TYVGCCvx https://t.co/12NVRNt5RJ
    2017-08-01 23:45 +0000
  5. 44 Hunting, not deforestation, biggest threat to Southeast Asian biodiversity: https://t.co/tFyP2EXFhd https://t.co/UpgKwM5cxo
    2017-07-27 23:45 +0000
  6. 43 Study links most Amazon deforestation to 128 slaughterhouses: https://t.co/J9cx6FiEjj https://t.co/dNxuF7aFbn
    2017-07-28 13:00 +0000
  7. 40 Mind-boggling: Brazil on verge of legitimizing Amazon land degradation on a grand scale ~ https://t.co/ReMnM60jnZ https://t.co/LfkbILjgPV
    2017-06-18 17:20 +0000
  8. 37 MOST READ STORY THIS WEEK: “Norway bans government purchasing of palm oil biofuel” https://t.co/g5waUXuZUX https://t.co/VoemlqD3T5
    2017-06-17 15:10 +0000
  9. 36 2016 was even deadlier for environmental and indigenous activists than 2015: https://t.co/Pscapg8QOs https://t.co/51Hcr4rhbu
    2017-07-14 15:05 +0000
  10. 35 Nepal’s rhino numbers rise, thanks to national and local commitment ~ https://t.co/Y7tQyzLgvV https://t.co/5PyUAMxy5G
    2017-07-23 13:25 +0000


All twitter activity on our posts

  1. Animal_Watch On poaching in South Africa, education “has saved more wildlife than any guard with a gun” https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/on-poaching-in-south-africa-education-has-saved-more-wildlife-than-any-guard-with-a-gun/ … via @mongabaypic.twitter.com/38WKaXhXBc
    126 retweets | 123 likes
  2. AmazonWatch Religious leaders: Rainforest protection a ‘moral imperative’ http://bit.ly/2tqviUv  #WorldRainforestDaypic.twitter.com/rGCrfAcPSY
    53 retweets | 60 likes
  3. AmazonWatch Brazil on verge of legitimizing Amazon land theft on a grand scale http://bit.ly/2ts3ApZ  via @mongabay @TheInterceptBr #landrightsnowpic.twitter.com/Dhdp5c4alw
    63 retweets | 42 likes
  4. EcoWatch Study Links Most Amazon Deforestation to 128 Slaughterhouses http://ow.ly/PbHz30e07e0  @lunchboxbunch @TheVeganSociety
    58 retweets | 32 likes
  5. HelpingRhinos Sumatran rhino horn, pangolin parts seized in Aceh wildlife trafficking bust http://buff.ly/2vP5K4O pic.twitter.com/GMHwZAPgFa
    35 retweets | 42 likes
  6. AmyRoseKathryn “Stay safe, heroes. #IStandWithRangers
    Two things you can do for World Ranger Day https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/two-things-you-can-do-for-world-ranger-day/ …pic.twitter.com/oUT2NEpMsj”
    24 retweets | 53 likes
  7. mongabay New species of giant sunfish discovered: http://ow.ly/2q3L30dRb9o pic.twitter.com/8nSMyQugUa
    34 retweets | 40 likes
  8. mongabay Conservation community failing to use evidence to make decisions, scientists say: http://ow.ly/GrWL30e33NS pic.twitter.com/rd5IzdzRyS
    31 retweets | 41 likes
  9. PoojaB1972 A dangerous path: New highway could jeopardize tigers in India https://news.mongabay.com/2017/06/a-dangerous-path-new-highway-could-jeopardize-tigers-in-india/ … via @mongabay @RandeepHooda
    12 retweets | 60 likes
  10. AmericanIndian8 “Illegal logging and hunting threaten Yasuní isolated indigenous groups
    https://is.gd/hP1wrS 
    #INDIGENOUS #TAIRPpic.twitter.com/GMj3CTTwNe”
    47 retweets | 24 likes
  11. mongabay Study links most Amazon deforestation to 128 slaughterhouses: http://ow.ly/i9ov30dYGLw pic.twitter.com/dNxuF7aFbn
    43 retweets | 25 likes
  12. EcoWatch Study Links Most #Amazon #Deforestation to 128 Slaughterhouses https://www.ecowatch.com/amazon-deforestation-slaughterhouses-2466280439.html … @Greenpeace @CenterForBioDiv @foe_us @Earthworks
    45 retweets | 22 likes
  13. CECHR_UoD “Rare bird not seen in 60 years rediscovered
    https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/rare-bird-not-seen-in-60-years-rediscovered/ …
    #biodiversity
    Lost & Found
    Táchira antpitta (Grallaria chthonia)pic.twitter.com/t4zgAfhC4l”
    28 retweets | 38 likes
  14. AlongsideWild Rare bird not seen in 60 years rediscovered in #Venezuela: https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/rare-bird-not-seen-in-60-years-rediscovered/ … via @Mongabaypic.twitter.com/oEXCIreznw
    27 retweets | 39 likes
  15. kiariemathaga “Big forests, big ag: Are rainforests the right place for industrial agriculture? (commentary)
    http://crwd.fr/2ulBpdE  #wildlife #photographypic.twitter.com/fFfi8ARxuz”
    14 retweets | 51 likes
  16. mongabay Rare fishing cat photographed in Cambodia: http://ow.ly/75hH30dqHnT pic.twitter.com/yELbJB4Nd7
    22 retweets | 42 likes
  17. mongabay Camera trapping in the trees: http://ow.ly/B1Go30dlniu pic.twitter.com/IkHcRzYPrE
    20 retweets | 41 likes
  18. mongabay If we wish to save the Javan rhinoceros, we must work to know it (commentary): http://ow.ly/fj3k30cDHzE pic.twitter.com/eTp1RhXw9J
    28 retweets | 31 likes
  19. mongabay Research suggests less affluent countries more dedicated to wildlife conservation than rich countries: http://ow.ly/dICp30cLDxO pic.twitter.com/Tji0UgVcaK
    30 retweets | 28 likes
  20. mongabay Colombia expands #indigenous reserves near key deforestation hotspot ~ https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/colombia-expands-indigenous-reserves-near-key-deforestation-hotspot/ …pic.twitter.com/Bg477eCVOQ
    28 retweets | 30 likes
  21. mongabay As habitat fragmentation increases, so does extinction risk: study – http://ow.ly/tTNi30dj3F6 pic.twitter.com/fA9eGLA7T8
    30 retweets | 27 likes
  22. mongabay 2016 was even deadlier for environmental and indigenous activists than 2015: http://ow.ly/iS4l30dCJ6E pic.twitter.com/51Hcr4rhbu
    36 retweets | 20 likes
  23. mongabay The “dolphin who became man”: will the boto survive the catfish trade? http://ow.ly/qfCv30e2lS2 pic.twitter.com/p0RscahQLw
    29 retweets | 27 likes
  24. mongabay A dangerous path: New highway could jeopardize tigers in India – http://ow.ly/wNJv30d0EzE pic.twitter.com/L5waBRdSiL
    32 retweets | 23 likes
  25. mongabay Ongoing mass extinction causing ‘biological annihilation,’ new study says ~ https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/ongoing-mass-extinction-causing-biological-annihilation-new-study-says/ …pic.twitter.com/AwPQAvH1lt
    30 retweets | 25 likes
  26. WildAid Footprints in the forest: The future of the Sumatran #rhino @mongabay @johnccannon https://news.mongabay.com/2017/06/footprints-in-the-forest-the-future-of-the-sumatran-rhino/ …pic.twitter.com/Z7GKWjl86R
    21 retweets | 34 likes
  27. mongabay Study: Biodiversity poorly protected by conservation areas worldwide – http://ow.ly/rVyy30dvG6t pic.twitter.com/NOvjNZ466O
    29 retweets | 25 likes
  28. Dodo_Tribe “Is Norwegian money funding Congo deforestation?

    https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/is-norwegian-money-funding-congo-deforestation/ …pic.twitter.com/lnYPllDs6E”
    34 retweets | 18 likes

  29. WildAid #Whale entanglements skyrocket off the U.S. West Coast @mongabay https://news.mongabay.com/2017/06/whale-entanglements-skyrocket-off-the-u-s-west-coast/ …pic.twitter.com/X5b4yedEEY
    33 retweets | 18 likes
  30. Dodo_Tribe “SAD: Western Chimpanzee numbers declined by more than 80 percent over the past quarter century!

    https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/western-chimpanzee-numbers-declined-by-more-than-80-percent-over-the-past-quarter-century/ …pic.twitter.com/1Vc92G9Xia”
    37 retweets | 12 likes

  31. Energydesk Indonesian coal mining firm gets its license reinstated despite a history of violations | @mongabay http://bit.ly/2rCt5Eh pic.twitter.com/6a4ye920l2
    29 retweets | 20 likes
  32. extinctsymbol African great ape bushmeat crisis intensifies; few solutions in sight: https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/african-great-ape-bushmeat-crisis-intensifies-few-solutions-in-sight/ …
    34 retweets | 13 likes
  33. Dodo_Tribe “Harry Potter may have sparked illegal owl trade in Indonesia – Another great example of human stupidity!

    https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/harry-potter-may-have-sparked-illegal-owl-trade-in-indonesia/ …pic.twitter.com/N24xliVShc”
    26 retweets | 21 likes

  34. HelpingRhinos Footprints in the forest: The future of the Sumatran rhino https://news.mongabay.com/2017/06/footprints-in-the-forest-the-future-of-the-sumatran-rhino/ … via @mongabay
    25 retweets | 21 likes
  35. mongabay First ever photos of wild lion nursing leopard cub: http://ow.ly/6d9l30dGEFy pic.twitter.com/UYD8Xs7dxL
    19 retweets | 27 likes
  36. Dodo_Tribe “The Chinese town at the epicenter of the global illegal ivory trade. Struggling to eliminate the corruption!

    https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/the-chinese-town-at-the-epicenter-of-the-global-illegal-ivory-trade/ …pic.twitter.com/O3VKTRLo1A”
    29 retweets | 16 likes

  37. mongabay Behind rising rhino numbers in Nepal, a complex human story: http://ow.ly/a0kv30dLYym pic.twitter.com/1gg8bhVQWw
    19 retweets | 26 likes
  38. mongabay Footprints in the forest: The future of the Sumatran rhino: http://ow.ly/m0HY30cPVX1 pic.twitter.com/A06DQpB644
    18 retweets | 27 likes
  39. mongabay Rare bird not seen in 60 years rediscovered: http://ow.ly/WiAO30dXizI pic.twitter.com/Rp1JW6oU75
    16 retweets | 28 likes
  40. Dodo_Tribe “International action a must to stop irreversible harm of Amazon dams, say experts. A complete DISASTER!

    https://news.mongabay.com/2017/06/international-action-a-must-to-stop-irreversible-harm-of-amazon-dams/ …pic.twitter.com/gBkHcy4KTY”
    30 retweets | 12 likes

  41. HelpingRhinos The women who live alongside rhinos in India http://buff.ly/2uraBHN pic.twitter.com/R7oqc0Mlk8
    15 retweets | 27 likes
  42. RainforestNORW Religious leaders: Rainforest protection a ‘moral imperative’. #Interfaithrainforestinitiative #indigenous #climate https://news.mongabay.com/2017/06/religious-leaders-rainforest-protection-a-moral-imperative/ …pic.twitter.com/Ucs8pLY2eX
    19 retweets | 22 likes
  43. CECHR_UoD “Rare fishing cat photographed in Cambodia
    https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/rare-fishing-cat-photographed-in-cambodia/ … #biodiversity #wetlands
    Prionailurus viverrinuspic.twitter.com/6SL1CEm2Y4”
    18 retweets | 22 likes
  44. efjournal Study Links Most Amazon Deforestation to 128 Slaughterhouses http://earthfirstjournal.org/newswire/2017/08/02/study-links-most-amazon-deforestation-to-128-slaughterhouses/ …pic.twitter.com/cBGshWLfl1
    20 retweets | 17 likes
  45. mongabay Randomized controlled trial in Uganda finds that paying people not to cut down trees works: http://ow.ly/DLj030dYGPO pic.twitter.com/On8iJQ2PYz
    19 retweets | 18 likes
  46. CECHR_UoD “The women who live alongside rhinos in India
    https://news.mongabay.com/2017/06/the-women-who-live-alongside-rhinos-in-india/ …
    Sightings are a source of joy & pridepic.twitter.com/4i7rgfSkXB”
    18 retweets | 19 likes
  47. mongabay Ongoing mass extinction causing ‘biological annihilation,’ new study says: http://ow.ly/6yyC30dyRUp pic.twitter.com/spXc2q1lC3
    20 retweets | 16 likes
  48. mongabay Is Norwegian money funding Congo deforestation? https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/is-norwegian-money-funding-congo-deforestation/ …pic.twitter.com/JSVbI5mcTF
    17 retweets | 19 likes
  49. CECHR_UoD “2 new reptiles discovered in Sumatra
    https://news.mongabay.com/2017/06/2-new-reptiles-discovered-in-sumatra/ … #biodiversity
    80%+ of the world’s plants & animals not yet describedpic.twitter.com/jDHTzrMRUz”
    14 retweets | 22 likes
  50. Dodo_Tribe “Illegal mining threatens last remaining habitat of green peafowl in China. Profit over Ecosystems!

    https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/illegal-mining-threatens-last-remaining-habitat-of-green-peafowl-in-china/ …pic.twitter.com/vzJhiGUXGt”
    28 retweets | 7 likes

  51. mongabay African great ape bushmeat crisis intensifies; few solutions in sight ~ https://news.mongabay.com/2017/07/african-great-ape-bushmeat-crisis-intensifies-few-solutions-in-sight/ …pic.twitter.com/z85lY6JlYC
    26 retweets | 9 likes

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  6. 3295 new-species-of-giant-sunfish-discovered
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  15. 1905 nepals-rhino-numbers-rise-thanks-to-national-and-local-commitment
  16. 1811 on-poaching-in-south-africa-education-has-saved-more-wildlife-than-any-guard-with-a-gun
  17. 1600 photos-where-once-were-mangroves-javan-villages-struggle-to-beat-back-the-sea
  18. 1560 rare-fishing-cat-photographed-in-cambodia
  19. 1479 ongoing-mass-extinction-causing-biological-annihilation-new-study-says
  20. 1409 https:news.mongabay.comwildtech201706underwater-cameras-let-scientists-dive-beneath-the-surface-with-dolphins
  21. 1394 the-dolphin-who-became-man-will-the-boto-survive-the-catfish-trade
  22. 1391 indonesia-is-running-out-of-places-to-put-rescued-animals
  23. 1360 as-habitat-fragmentation-increases-so-does-extinction-risk-study
  24. 1344 colombia-expands-indigenous-reserves-near-key-deforestation-hotspot
  25. 1341 indias-assam-state-moves-to-fast-track-convictions-for-wildlife-crime

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  1. 244 african-great-ape-bushmeat-crisis-intensifies-few-solutions-in-sight
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  3. 190 indonesia-is-running-out-of-places-to-put-rescued-animals
  4. 154 study-links-most-amazon-deforestation-to-128-slaughterhouses
  5. 140 pangolin-hunting-skyrockets-in-central-africa-driven-by-international-trade
  6. 136 brazils-indigenous-munduruku-occupy-dam-site-halt-construction
  7. 133 temer-signs-law-that-could-see-millions-of-acres-lost-in-the-amazon
  8. 129 mothers-vs-loggers-the-destruction-of-bialowieza-forest-splits-poland
  9. 126 new-species-of-giant-sunfish-discovered
  10. 125 photos-where-once-were-mangroves-javan-villages-struggle-to-beat-back-the-sea
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  13. 116 as-habitat-fragmentation-increases-so-does-extinction-risk-study
  14. 115 investigation-finds-thriving-rhino-horn-trade-in-asia
  15. 114 ongoing-mass-extinction-causing-biological-annihilation-new-study-says
  16. 112 illegal-mining-threatens-last-remaining-habitat-of-green-peafowl-in-china
  17. 111 rare-bird-not-seen-in-60-years-rediscovered
  18. 105 rare-fishing-cat-photographed-in-cambodia
  19. 101 the-dolphin-who-became-man-will-the-boto-survive-the-catfish-trade
  20. 97 kiribati-confronts-climate-upheaval-by-preparing-for-migration-with-dignity
  21. 95 https:news.mongabay.comwildtech201706creating-corridors-researchers-use-gps-telemetry-data-to-map-elephants-movements
  22. 95 five-promising-stories-for-global-tiger-day
  23. 94 study-biodiversity-poorly-protected-by-conservation-areas-worldwide
  24. 86 nepals-rhino-numbers-rise-thanks-to-national-and-local-commitment
  25. 85 camera-traps-capture-elusive-ocelots-in-perus-madre-de-dios
  26. 83 sumatran-rhino-horn-pangolin-parts-seized-in-aceh-wildlife-trafficking-bust
  27. 82 proposed-colombia-dam-threatens-to-wipe-out-endangered-plants-disrupt-river
  28. 81 a-spotty-revival-amid-decline-for-chinas-endemic-leopards
  29. 80 study-brazilian-mega-dams-caused-far-more-flooding-than-eia-predicted
  30. 79 orangutans-find-home-in-degraded-forests
  31. 79 is-brazils-forest-code-failing-to-reduce-deforestation
  32. 78 two-things-you-can-do-for-world-ranger-day
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  21. 1495 the-dolphin-who-became-man-will-the-boto-survive-the-catfish-trade
  22. 1476 as-habitat-fragmentation-increases-so-does-extinction-risk-study
  23. 1469 colombia-expands-indigenous-reserves-near-key-deforestation-hotspot
  24. 1462 https:news.mongabay.comwildtech201706underwater-cameras-let-scientists-dive-beneath-the-surface-with-dolphins
  25. 1402 indias-assam-state-moves-to-fast-track-convictions-for-wildlife-crime
  26. 1395 kiribati-confronts-climate-upheaval-by-preparing-for-migration-with-dignity
  27. 1394 brazils-indigenous-munduruku-occupy-dam-site-halt-construction
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  30. 1162 the-chinese-town-at-the-epicenter-of-the-global-illegal-ivory-trade
  31. 1080 study-biodiversity-poorly-protected-by-conservation-areas-worldwide
  32. 1032 a-spotty-revival-amid-decline-for-chinas-endemic-leopards
  33. 989 illegal-mining-threatens-last-remaining-habitat-of-green-peafowl-in-china
  34. 974 behind-rising-rhino-numbers-in-nepal-a-complex-human-story
  35. 971 mounting-outcry-over-indonesian-palm-oil-bill-as-legislators-press-on
  36. 958 big-forests-big-ag-are-rainforests-the-right-place-for-industrial-agriculture-commentary
  37. 913 sumatran-rhino-horn-pangolin-parts-seized-in-aceh-wildlife-trafficking-bust
  38. 896 https:news.mongabay.comwildtech201706story-telling-app-and-website-help-communities-improve-their-backyards
  39. 892 trumps-policies-could-put-cambodias-environment-on-chopping-block
  40. 865 temer-signs-law-that-could-see-millions-of-acres-lost-in-the-amazon
  41. 854 study-links-most-amazon-deforestation-to-128-slaughterhouses
  42. 851 flood-hits-indias-kaziranga-national-park-killing-four-rhinos
  43. 842 as-indonesias-leuser-ecosystem-faces-multiple-threats-local-resistance-grows
  44. 832 will-banning-trade-in-fins-help-endangered-sharks-experts-are-divided
  45. 827 indonesia-blocks-major-artery-in-haze-causing-mega-rice-canal-network
  46. 817 investigation-finds-thriving-rhino-horn-trade-in-asia
  47. 794 on-the-front-lines-of-conservation-how-do-rural-women-feel
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