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Defending Paradise

I visited the Raja Ampat and had an encounter with a bird of paradise in the forest with the help of the local guide. I can only give all my support for preserving and protect the forest and it’s inhabitants, and educate the population so they can understand how important they need to do the same for their future.

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Cendrawasih is not just an animal but it’s a part of our lives. They are our identity. We can’t lose them. So, Let’s protect our rainforest as a home of

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People of the world, think about what we have already lost, think about what we all have lost in our own countries.. And now think about what we are still

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Preserving the biodiversity of this region is crucial for both the environment and communities of this land.

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Rainforests must be protected if Birds of Paradise and other wildlife are to remain on this planet. Our humanity will be diminished if we allow these species to disappear.

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These incredible animals have survived for thousands of years and it would be tragic to lose them due to destruction of their habitat.

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Fantastic work! Love watching your videos of the beautiful and unique birds of paradise. We were lucky to witness several birds in the eastern highlands. They truly are magnificent. Keep

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Let’s save these beautiful birds and wonderfully fruitful forests. The riches of wildlife far exceed the quick buck destruction for plantations and timber. I travelled all the way from England

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We can also eat the fruit of the knowledge of good and bad, OUR BRAINS, to preserve whatever remains of our paradise on our only, so far, LIVING PLANET!

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Je supporte les bird of paradise comme je supporte l’ensemble de la faune et de la flore parce que nous devrions tous le faire, nous en faisons partie intégrante.

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The biodiversity of these islands is unique to nowhere else in the world. It is vital we protect them for generations to come. For the wildlife’s sake, and for humanity’s

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