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Palm Oil Action Australia | March 4, 2021

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December 2015 News Updates

December 2015 News Updates
  • On February 5, 2016



 And the cuteness award goes to… these Asian Small-Clawed Otters. Sociable, family oriented and playful (who hasn’t been charmed by these fellows playing and wrestling at a zoo?); you can’t help but smile at their happy antics. Yet in the wild, they are starting to feel the pinch of human activity.  Although they are found right across Asia,  in areas where they were once plentiful, they are now seldom seen. Populations are decreasing due to extirpation, the fur trade, the pet trade, habitat loss and drainage for palm oil plantations.


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