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

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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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