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THE HISTORY BOOK
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KILLING BEES MUST STOP
Is this utter madness? Why is the gov't pursuing a policy which harms bees in their billions - when we know life on earth would fail without them. Is it part of another strategy to reduce food production?
WE NEED TO LEARN FROM TREES!
Trees are "social creatures" that communicate with each other - sharing resources and cooperating in ways that humans could learn from! Trees also caretake the health of the whole forest - not only their own health.
AN UNLIKELY FRIENDSHIP?
Oliver, a Labrador and Helen, a wild squirrel, make an unexpected pair - but are really good friends! Every day Helen comes to the window to stare at her bestie - and Oliver gazes back at her with the same affection.
HAS SHE BONDED WITH BEES?
This relationship has mutual benefit for one 11yr old girl and the bees of nine hives. She cares for the bees - and in return, they not only provide honey but their buzzing helps her with her anxiety.
HUMANS SYNCED WITH NATURE?
Manolo, a bull elephant and his tribe walk through a Kenyan fishing village every day - tolerated and indeed welcomed by the people who live there. A heartwarming story of co-existence between humans and animals.
WILDLIFE CONSERVATION NETWORK