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WATCH: Celebrate World Wildlife Day with Animals from Around the Globe

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In case you hadn’t heard, today (March 3) is World Wildlife Day! Not that we need an excuse to celebrate the animals who share our home — Seven Worlds, One Planet has been ahead of the game, putting a spotlight on each continent’s extraordinary wildlife every week. Before the gripping ‘Making Of’ episode airs this […]

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‘Seven Worlds, One Planet’: How to Help Save African Wildlife

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Africa is home to some of the most iconic animals on the planet, with many facing extinction within our lifetime due to poaching and habitat loss. The Northern white rhino in particular has only two remaining females left in existence, while the Black rhino population is down 98% since 1960. The organizations below are working […]

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Interview: ‘Doctor Who’ Showrunner Chris Chibnall Gives Sneak Peek at ‘Massively Game-Changing’ Season Finale

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On the latest episode of Doctor Who, we saw the ominous appearance of a Cyberman. Now, you can get an inside look at what’s still to come from showrunner Chris Chibnall before Part 1 of the season finale premieres this Sunday (February 23) at 8/7c on BBC America. What can viewers expect from the two-part finale? “Cybermen – lots […]

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‘Seven Worlds, One Planet’ Antarctica: How to Help Albatrosses and Petrels

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Albatrosses and petrels are the ultimate migratory “wind birds,” navigating the tough climate of the Southern Ocean and serving as a vital part of the ecosystem. Often mating for life, their longterm survival is at risk due to longline fishing, changing weather patterns, pollution and habitat destruction. The organizations below are working toward solutions that […]

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First Look: ‘Killing Eve’ Returns to BBC America on Sunday, April 26

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On the heels of renewing Killing Eve for a fourth season, BBC America has announced that the award-winning drama will return for its third on Sunday, April 26th at 10/9c, and released several first-look photos that point to a wild season. Airing once again on both BBC America and AMC, season three stars Golden Globe®, […]

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‘Seven Worlds, One Planet’ Europe: How to Help Threatened Wildlife

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Urban sprawl and development on the crowded continent of Europe has pushed species like the Iberian lynx to the very brink of extinction. These endangered felines once numbered in the thousands across Spain, Portugal and France, but a decreasing food base, habitat loss, dangerous motorways, and illegal hunting have led to their rapid decline. Conservation […]

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‘Seven Worlds, One Planet’ Asia: How to Help Rainforests, Orangutans, Rhinos and Whale Sharks

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The tropical forests of Indonesia are biodiversity hotspots, and provide a hidden sanctuary to rare species like orangutans and Sumatran rhinos. The organizations below are fighting to protect these threatened habitats from increasing deforestation, and to save the critically endangered animals who live there. Visit their pages for more information on how you can help […]

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‘Seven Worlds, One Planet’ South America: How to Help the Amazon Rainforest

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South America is the most species-rich continent on Earth, and contains almost a whole quarter of the world’s forests. This includes the Amazon Rainforest, also known as the ‘Lungs of the Planet’ because it produces more than 20% of our oxygen. These lands are home to around 10 million different species of animals, plants and […]

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‘Seven Worlds, One Planet’ North America: How to Help Florida Manatees

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Every winter, manatees gather in enormous numbers in the crowded waterways of Florida. These gentle giants face daily danger from boat strikes — the leading cause of manatee deaths. By the 1990s, only around 1,000 Florida manatees remained in the wild, but organizations like the ones below have brought the population back up to over […]

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