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http://www.worldwildlife.org/initiatives/protecting-species

Dear readers,

this information is for those who are interesteed in helping animals. I wanted to pass on this website to you, if you haven't already heard of it. Hopefully some of you may supposrt their work, if you are able to. Their contact information is on their website.

World Wildlife Fund:
http://www.worldwildlife.org/initiatives/protecting-species

From elephants to polar bears, WWF fights to secure a future for animals on the planet we all share. WWF helped bring back the Amur tiger and Africa's black rhinos from the edge of extinction. We are giving isolated, dwindling populations of black footed ferrets and river dolphins a second chance.

WWF continues to keep habitats and landscapes thriving. We envision, create, test and deliver solutions for a crowded planet. We work with partners at all levels, from community leaders to governments and multinational bodies. But our work is far from done, and WWF constantly strives to protect the species we all care about.

Please contact them, if you would like to help the animals who are in danger of disappearing (only 800 gorillas are left !) Is it 1/3 of wild animals that might leave us in 4 years ? One thing we can all do individually is call this organizations and keep up to date on what is happening. Maybe we can all save one animal.

donate: https://support.worldwildlife.org/site/SPageServer?pagename=monthly_donation&s_src=AWG1200SS912&_ga=1.13030583.1830780452.1481722104

thank you for your time.

Susana

This is a the list of endanered species: http://www.iucnredlist.org/
Do you know of a a comprehensive list for threatened animals with a link to organizations for them ?
The information needs to be centralized into one place, in a site where people can join in to help out.
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