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PMAF : Protection Mondiale des Animaux de Ferme

PMAF : Protection Mondiale des Animaux de Ferme
Related:  ASSOCIATIONS DE PROTECTION DES ANIMAUX

APPAM : Association pour la Promotion du Pastoralisme dans les Alpes Maritimes AVITATS : sauvons les races rustiques menacées Sauvons les races rustiques menacées La transparence de la situation des maladies animales dans le monde Les Abeilles Ne manquez pas d'aller visitez Le monde de la basse-cour Vous pouvez me laisser un message en cliquant sur le Livre d'Or ci-dessous: Livre d'Or Vous pouvez vous inscrire sur le club de la basse-cour et les animaux de la ferme ci-dessous.Il est ouvert à tous ceux qui souhaitent prendre ou donner des conseils,photographies ,des échanges d'informations sur l'élevage des poules, canards, oies, dindons, pigeons, lapins, faisans, paons, bovins, ovins, caprins, asins, equins, porcins,ect......... Vous voulez savoir les mises à jour de mon site ? sergusweb@wanadoo.fr Votez pour ce site au Weborama Dernière modification du site : le 31/05/2009 *Vous étes le visiteurs* La basse-cour internationale et les animaux de la ferme Copyright©99/00/01/02/03/04/05/06/07/2008 .Reproduction partielle ou totale interdite

AVES France : Association de protection des espèces menacées The Biodiversity Hotspots Page Content Life on Earth faces a crisis of historical and planetary proportions. Unsustainable consumption in many northern countries and crushing poverty in the tropics are destroying wild nature. Extinction is the gravest aspect of the biodiversity crisis: it is irreversible. In a world where conservation budgets are insufficient given the number of species threatened with extinction, identifying conservation priorities is crucial. The biodiversity hotspots hold especially high numbers of endemic species, yet their combined area of remaining habitat covers only 2.3 percent of the Earth's land surface. Hotspots in Context Hotspots Defined Impact of Hotspots Hotspots Revisited Conservation Responses Subsection 01 Eight Hotspots hold a diversity of plant and animal life, many of which are found no where else on Earth. Subsection 02 Composed of large land areas as well as islands dotting the Pacific seas, these 13 Hotspots represent important biodiversity. Subsection 03 Subsection 04

ECNC : expertise Centre for biodiversity and sustainable development GBIF : Global Biodiversity Information Facility Try out the new GBIF portal! Why not try out the new GBIF portal at www.gbif.org, which has many more features and includes lots of information about the GBIF community, including great examples of data uses in research and interesting applications? The old GBIF data portal which you are viewing now will continue to be supported until we are satisfied it can be taken down without causing major inconvenience. Be aware that the content here is static and has not been updated since the launch of the new portal on 9 October 2013. If and when a date is confirmed for discontinuing the old data portal, we will post it here with plenty of prior notice. Welcome to the (former) GBIF Data Portal Access 416,242,316 data records (363,215,360 with coordinates) shared via the GBIF network. Explore Species Find data for a species or other group of organisms. Species Example species: Puma concolor (Linnaeus, 1771) Explore Countries Find data on the species recorded in a particular country, territory or island.

IBAMA : Instituto Brasileiro do Meio Ambiente e dos Recursos Naturais Renov veis Fondation Brigitte Bardot SFE : la Société Française d'Écologie

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