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Chelsea Dugger   Bats are Important Bats are important, all 1,300 species of them! They play very important roles in our ecosystem. Many bats get a bad reputation of being a "Vampire...
Karla Rohová   This article is dedicated to the biggest, yet gentlest mammals living on the ground – elephants. People are enormously attracted to these extraordinary creatures. E...
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Historic Agreement in Paris

Two degrees Celsius: the most important number saving the world.  History was made in Paris as world leaders from over 150 nations signed an international agreement at COP21. Giving hope to future generations, the agreement is sending an urgent global message to kick fossil fuels to the curb and expand renewable sources. Being the first of its kind the agreement alone won’t solve climate change as a whole but for climate activists this is a huge victory!