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We Are All Connected, a powerful video from The World Wildlife Fund

What do we have in common with wildlife? What do we share with nature and the landscapes of our Earth? Watch We Are All Connected, a powerful video from the World Wildlife Fund:

The earth, the trees, the oceans, the animals, and the billions of human beings living on this planet are all connected in so many ways. We have a responsibility, together, to respect and care for our home, and those that share this beautiful place with us. Your

Pair this message of conservation and empathy with the picture book Humanimal: Incredible Ways Animals Are Just Like Us

city with corals
car headlights with glowing creatures
mamas with babies

Follow this with Zoo (1961) by Bert Haanstra.

Plus: Chie Hitotsuyama’s recycled newspaper animal sculptures.

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