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This week on I, Science Radio, we discussed the implications of the banned @icelandfoods advert. The advert highlights the negative impact caused by chopping down rainforest to make room for palm oil plantations. It is believed that this habitat loss is one of the main threats to animals such as orangutans which are endangered. To offer context, photo one is an aerial shot of a palm oil plantation in Malaysia and shows the monoculture nature of palm oil plantations. This lack of diversity and increased human activity reduces ecosystem health. Photo two is from above the canopy of pristine Malaysian rainforest. The differences are immediately obvious. What do you think about the Iceland advert being banned? Was the decision justified or should the advert be shown? . 📷: @beckyjbloomfield #habitatloss

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Male Greater Kudu. Fact - greater Kudu has both benefited & suffered from interaction with humans. Their population has declined due to excessive hunting, poaching & rapid habitat loss. Yet, the wells & irrigation set up by humans allow them to occupy home range which would have been inhospitable otherwise. #habitatloss

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 Instagram Image by 1001gooddeeds (@1001gooddeeds) with caption : "The speed of species extinction today  is 1000 times faster than before human interference. By the year 2050 animals lik" at Dubai, United Arab Emirates - 1913706300437740730

The speed of species extinction today is 1000 times faster than before human interference. By the year 2050 animals like Orang Utans, Tigers, Rhinos, Elephants, Lions, and Gorillas could be wiped out forever. I don’t want to live in such world - do you?

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Jimmy Halfcut

Had the pleasure of meeting these two incredible women @drkerrynwentworth @drkerrynphelps @jackie_strickerphelps At the screening of @voteyesaus who were instrumental in the Australia campaign. Gives hope that people power and love can win. Lots to learn from this and how we must help protect our environment and climate with . Well done to everyone involved @alexgreenwich @magda_szubanski @ediebeany -boone and many more. Cheers thanks for the inspiration and determination to keep going. #habitatloss

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Mālama ‘Āina

 image by Mālama ‘Āina (@save.the.uglies) with caption : "LEMUR WEEK!!! Today we’re gonna take a look at the Red Ruffed Lemur. One of the many critically endangered species of le" - 1913510215207571866
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LEMUR WEEK!!! Today we’re gonna take a look at the Red Ruffed Lemur. One of the many critically endangered species of lemurs, the Red ruffed Lemur communicates with over 12 different calls and has even been recorded communicating with lemurs of other species despite existing in completely separate areas of Madagascar. Threatened by a variety of things ranging from the illegal pet trade and loss of habitat, the Red ruffed Lemur has been taken into captivity in large numbers. The current population of captive Red ruffed Lemurs standing at nearly 600 individuals to prevent the extinction of the species any time soon. Despite this, the wild population is decreasing largely due to severe fragmentation of individuals and illegal logging. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ~ #habitatloss

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Your Inner Conservationist

 image by Your Inner Conservationist (@yourinnerconservationist) with caption : "The Fossa (foo-sa), Madagascar’s top predator, looks like a mix between a cat, a mongoose and a dog. Until recently, the" - 1913400114022687352
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The Fossa (foo-sa), Madagascar’s top predator, looks like a mix between a cat, a mongoose and a dog. Until recently, the Fossa was thought to be some type of a primitive cat but recent data as shown that they are probably descendants from an ancient mongoose-like creature. These beauties grow to be about 6 feet long from nose to tail. If you’re a big fan of lemurs (like me) then you probably won’t be too fond of these guys because their prey of choice is the array of endangered lemurs that are endemic to the island. However, that’s just how the cookie crumbles and everybody gotta eat so I ain’t mad at ‘em 😂When explorers first discovered Madagascar thousands of years ago, they were most likely met with an abundance of thick and lush forest that inhabited creatures that we can now only imagine. Now, Madagascar has been reduced to a mere 10 percent of its original forest cover. Habitat loss in Madagascar is the Fossa’s main threat as well as the other endemic specifies that reside on the African island. ——————————- #habitatloss

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Katrina Kiefer

 Instagram Image by Katrina Kiefer (@kkieferphotography) with caption : "Cotton Top Tamarin - Photo Ark 2018
I have so many lovely shots of this little man. 
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Cotton Top Tamarin - Photo Ark 2018 I have so many lovely shots of this little man. #habitatloss