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PANINI WWF - Живая земля

PANINI WWF - Живая земляГод выпуска: 1990
Наклеек в коллекции: 360

"WWF - Живая земля" - коллекция, посвященная проблемам сохранения, исследования и восстановления окружающей среды. Коллекция очень красочная и познавательная. Большое внимание уделено в альбоме тому, как земля зарождалась, разрабатывалась, разнообразию жизни на земле и ее тайнам, значению всего живого в жизни людей.

Название коллекции в разных странах:
Италия: WWF Abitare La Terra
Франция: WWF Habiter la Terre
Великобритания: WWF Living on Earth.

Альбом с плотной обложкой имеет 48 страниц, постера - нет. Размер альбома: 234x300 мм.

В коллекции представлены 360 бумажных наклейки, в том числе много контурных.Все наклейки в альбоме имеют одинаковый размер: 54x68 мм.

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Примечание к таблице: Cтатистика в таблице по номерам "нужно и есть" обновляется раз в сутки (учитываются только пользователи посещавшие сайт за последние 180 дней). Значение в колонке "Востребованность" равно "Нужно / Есть"

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НазваниеФотоРазделТипНужноЕстьВостреб.
1The Earth, our home, is in danger
1
Living on Earth-101.00
2The Earth, our home, is in danger
2
Living on Earth-101.00
3The birth of the planets
1
The Earth is born-101.00
4The birth of the planets
2
The Earth is born-101.00
5The birth of the planets
3
The Earth is born-101.00
6The birth of the planets
4
The Earth is born-101.00
7The Solar system
1
The Earth is born-101.00
8The Solar system
2
The Earth is born-101.00
9The structure of the Earth
1
The Earth is born-101.00
10The structure of the Earth
2
The Earth is born-101.00
11Fractures in the crust
The Earth is born-111.00
12Plates moving
1
The Earth is born-101.00
13Plates moving
2
The Earth is born-202.00
14The continental drift - single land mass called Pangea
The Earth is born-111.00
15Drift towards the places they occupy at present
The Earth is born-111.00
16Nowadays, the Atlantic Ocean is widening by a few centimetres a year
The Earth is born-101.00
17Preparing for life
1
The secret of live-101.00
18Preparing for life
2
The secret of live-111.00
19The ''seeds'' of life
The secret of live-101.00
20Reproducing molecules
The secret of live-111.00
21The first organisms
The secret of live-101.00
22Bacteria and blue algae
1
The secret of live-111.00
23Bacteria and blue algae
2
The secret of live-111.00
24Towards complexity
The secret of live. The cell evolves-101.00
25Reproduction and development of different features
1
The secret of live. The cell evolves-101.00
26Reproduction and development of different features
2
The secret of live. The cell evolves-111.00
27The first multicell organisms
1
The secret of live. The cell evolves-101.00
28The first multicell organisms
2
The secret of live. The cell evolves-101.00
29The biological ''cell'' is used for everything
1
The secret of live. The perfect cell-111.00
30The biological ''cell'' is used for everything
2
The secret of live. The perfect cell-111.00
31430 million years ago (The Trilobites)
Live developsfigured111.00
32430 million years ago (The Eurypterides)
Live developsfigured101.00
33430 million years ago (Armour-plated fishes)
Live developsfigured101.00
34360 million years ago (large dragon)
Live developsfigured111.00
35360 million years ago (Insects)
Live developsfigured111.00
36360 million years ago (Scorpions)
Live developsfigured111.00
37150 million years ago (The Dinosaurs)
Live developsfigured111.00
38150 million years ago (The Dinosaurs)
Live developsfigured202.00
39150 million years ago (The Dinosaurs)
Live developsfigured111.00
4040 million years ago (Phorusrhacos longissimus)
Live developsfigured101.00
4140 million years ago (Tigers)
Live developsfigured111.00
4240 million years ago (Mammoths)
Live developsfigured101.00
43Fossil ammonite
Live develops. The great extinctionsfigured111.00
44The mystery of the dinosaurs
1
Live develops. The great extinctions-111.00
45The mystery of the dinosaurs
2
Live develops. The great extinctions-101.00
46The mystery of the dinosaurs
3
Live develops. The great extinctions-101.00
47The Atmosphere. Artificial satellite (km 500)
A living planetfigured101.00
48The Atmosphere. Space shuttle (km 100)
A living planetfigured101.00
49The Atmosphere. Sounding balloon (km 50)
A living planetfigured101.00
50The Atmosphere. Condor (km 10)
A living planetfigured101.00
51Builders of mountains
1
A living planet-101.00
52Builders of mountains
2
A living planet-101.00
53Coral Islands
1
A living planet-101.00
54Coral Islands
2
A living planet-101.00
55Arid climate
A living planet-101.00
56Solar
A living planetfigured111.00
57Temperate climate
A living planet-101.00
58Polar climate
A living planet-111.00
59Tropical climate
A living planet-111.00
60The British scientist Jim Lovelock
A living planet. The ''Gaia'' theory-101.00
61Earth seen from the moon
A living planet. The ''Gaia'' theory-101.00
62Weaver bird
The diversity of life. Environment and speciesfigured101.00
63Antelope
The diversity of life. Environment and speciesfigured101.00
64Giraffe
The diversity of life. Environment and speciesfigured101.00
65Lizard
The diversity of life. Environment and speciesfigured101.00
66Beetle
The diversity of life. Environment and speciesfigured101.00
67Pheasant
The diversity of life. Environment and speciesfigured111.00
68Perch
The diversity of life. Environment and speciesfigured101.00
69Cormorant
The diversity of life. Environment and speciesfigured101.00
70American bull frog
The diversity of life. Environment and speciesfigured101.00
71Hair or skin and eye colour is only the most visible part of the possible differences in human features
1
The diversity of life. Species and individuals-111.00
72Hair or skin and eye colour is only the most visible part of the possible differences in human features
2
The diversity of life. Species and individuals-101.00
73Different varieties of tomatoes …
The diversity of life. Species and individualsfigured111.00
74... grow in different soils …
The diversity of life. Species and individualsfigured101.00
75… and climatic conditions ...
The diversity of life. Species and individualsfigured101.00
76... and have different resistances to disease
The diversity of life. Species and individualsfigured101.00
77Genes and features
The diversity of life. All about genes-101.00
78Mendel's laws
The diversity of life. All about genes-111.00
79In the 18th century, the great Swedish naturalist Linnaeus created the system of Latin names
The classification of the species-111.00
80Canary
The classification of the speciesfigured101.00
81Single cell
The classification of the species. How many species are there?figured101.00
82Fungi & Algae
The classification of the species. How many species are there?figured101.00
83Plants
The classification of the species. How many species are there?figured101.00
84Tree
The classification of the species. How many species are there?figured111.00
85Insects
The classification of the species. How many species are there?figured111.00
86Other Arthropods
The classification of the species. How many species are there?figured101.00
87Other Invertebrates
The classification of the species. How many species are there?figured101.00
88Fish
The classification of the species. How many species are there?figured101.00
89Birds
The classification of the species. How many species are there?figured101.00
90Reptiles & Amphibians
The classification of the species. How many species are there?figured101.00
91Mammals
The classification of the species. How many species are there?figured111.00
92Mammals
The classification of the species. How many species are there?figured101.00
93This ant, which is found in Indonesia
The classification of the species. Surprises under the canopy-101.00
94This plant is a lauracea of the genus Pleurothyrium
The classification of the species. Surprises under the canopy-101.00
95On the move for five million years
1
One species becomes dominant-101.00
96On the move for five million years
2
One species becomes dominant-101.00
97On the move for five million years
3
One species becomes dominant-101.00
98The Australopitheci
1
One species becomes dominant-101.00
99The Australopitheci
2
One species becomes dominant-101.00
100Homo habilis
1
One species becomes dominant-101.00
101Homo habilis
2
One species becomes dominant-101.00
102Homo erectus
1
One species becomes dominant-111.00
103Homo erectus
2
One species becomes dominant-101.00
104Neanderthal man
One species becomes dominant-101.00
105Modern man
1
One species becomes dominant-101.00
106Modern man
2
One species becomes dominant-101.00
107The new lord and master
1
Mankind transforms the Earth-111.00
108The new lord and master
2
Mankind transforms the Earth-101.00
109Tools
Mankind transforms the Earth-101.00
110Dwellings
Mankind transforms the Earth-111.00
111Art
Mankind transforms the Earth-111.00
112The disappearance of the giants
1
Mankind transforms the Earth-101.00
113The disappearance of the giants
2
Mankind transforms the Earth-101.00
114Gathering food
Mankind transforms the Earth-111.00
115Agriculture
Mankind transforms the Earth-101.00
116Domestication
Mankind transforms the Earth-101.00
117Villages
Mankind transforms the Earth-101.00
118Metals and pottery
Mankind transforms the Earth-101.00
119Ancient civilisations
Mankind transforms the Earth-111.00
120The Middle Ages
Mankind transforms the Earth-111.00
121The Industrial Revolution
Mankind transforms the Earth-101.00
122Crisis of the environment
Mankind transforms the Earth-111.00
123A planet in danger
Mankind transforms the Earth-101.00
124The fate of the forests
Shadows on the Earth-111.00
125The spread of deserts
Shadows on the Earth-101.00
126Pollution
1
Shadows on the Earth-101.00
127Pollution
2
Shadows on the Earth-101.00
128Acid rain
Shadows on the Earth-101.00
129The World's population continues to grow at a fast rate
1
Shadows on the Earth-101.00
130The World's population continues to grow at a fast rate
2
Shadows on the Earth-101.00
131The amount of money that is spent on weapons in just 8 hours would be enough to rid the World of malaria
Shadows on the Earth. The cost of weapons-101.00
132Children and the world
Shadows on the Earth. The cost of weaponsfigured111.00
133Weapons
Shadows on the Earth. The cost of weaponsfigured101.00
134Look at the objects you use …
The threads of lifefigured101.00
135… the food you eat …
The threads of lifefigured111.00
136… the clothes you wear …
The threads of lifefigured111.00
137… and the medicines you take …
The threads of lifefigured101.00
138… and you will see that …
The threads of lifefigured111.00
139… many of them result directly …
The threads of lifefigured111.00
140… or indirectly from living.
The threads of lifefigured101.00
141The air
The threads of life-111.00
142The water
The threads of life-111.00
143The soil
The threads of life-101.00
144From the cave drawings of the first men to the paintings of Caravaggio and Van Gogh
The threads of life. The inspiration of naturefigured101.00
145Caravaggio. Basket of fruit
The threads of life. The inspiration of nature-111.00
146Landscape photographed by Franco Fontana
The threads of life. The inspiration of nature-101.00
147Apples
The domesticated plantsfigured111.00
148Peas
The domesticated plantsfigured111.00
149Maize
The domesticated plantsfigured111.00
150Beans
The domesticated plantsfigured101.00
151Onions
The domesticated plantsfigured101.00
152Potatoes
The domesticated plantsfigured101.00
153Bananas
The domesticated plantsfigured101.00
154Sugar cane
The domesticated plantsfigured101.00
155Lemons
The domesticated plantsfigured101.00
156Rice
The domesticated plantsfigured101.00
157Oranges
The domesticated plantsfigured101.00
158Tea
The domesticated plantsfigured101.00
159Peaches
The domesticated plantsfigured111.00
160Soya
The domesticated plantsfigured111.00
161Grapes
The domesticated plantsfigured101.00
162Corn
The domesticated plantsfigured111.00
163Farmers selected the most productive and strongest varieties maize
1
The domesticated plants. Which was the first plant to be cultivated?-101.00
164Farmers selected the most productive and strongest varieties maize
2
The domesticated plants. Which was the first plant to be cultivated?-101.00
165Maize
The domesticated plants. Which was the first plant to be cultivated?-101.00
166Coffee
The domesticated plantsfigured101.00
167Sorghum
The domesticated plantsfigured111.00
168Strawberries
The domesticated plantsfigured101.00
169Sunflower
The domesticated plantsfigured111.00
170Olives
The domesticated plantsfigured111.00
171Tree trunks carried along by the river
1
Plants for industry-101.00
172Tree trunks carried along by the river
2
Plants for industry-101.00
173Paper
Plants for industry-111.00
174Dyes
Plants for industry-101.00
175Natural rubber
Plants for industry-101.00
176Fibres
Plants for industry-101.00
177Sisal
Plants for industry-101.00
178Water hyacinth
Plants for industry. The new products-111.00
179Vegetable petroleum
Plants for industry. The new products-101.00
180Brown seaweed
Plants for industry. The new products-101.00
181Jojoba
Plants for industry. The new products-101.00
182Plants can provide us with renewable substitutes
Plants for industry. Green energyfigured101.00
183Vegetable matter can be fermented to …
Plants for industry. Green energyfigured111.00
184… obtain liquid fuels such as ethyl alcohol or those in gas form, such as methane
Plants for industry. Green energyfigured111.00
185The waste from the production of food can also be used as fuel
Plants for industry. Green energyfigured101.00
186Foxglove
The living pharmacy-101.00
187Gentian
The living pharmacy-101.00
188Thorn apple
The living pharmacy-101.00
189Belladonna
The living pharmacy-111.00
190Senna
The living pharmacy-101.00
191Herbarium
The living pharmacy-111.00
192Achillea millefolium
The living pharmacy-111.00
193Medicines of animal origin
The living pharmacy-111.00
194Poisons which cure
The living pharmacy-101.00
195Medicines from the sea
The living pharmacy-111.00
196Healers of culturally isolated societies living in the heart of rain forests
The living pharmacy. The medicine manfigured111.00
197Traditional doctors
The living pharmacy. The medicine manfigured101.00
198Rosy periwinkle (Madagascar)
The living pharmacy. The medicine manfigured101.00
199Cerphaelia (Amazonia)
The living pharmacy. The medicine manfigured111.00
200Dog
Our friends the animalsfigured111.00
201Llama
Our friends the animalsfigured111.00
202Silk Worm
Our friends the animalsfigured111.00
203Horse
Our friends the animalsfigured101.00
204Indian Buffalo
Our friends the animalsfigured101.00
205Cat
Our friends the animalsfigured101.00
206Goose
Our friends the animalsfigured101.00
207Sheep
Our friends the animalsfigured101.00
208Goat
Our friends the animalsfigured101.00
209Pig
Our friends the animalsfigured101.00
210Cattle
Our friends the animalsfigured101.00
211Ass
Our friends the animalsfigured101.00
212Dromedary
Our friends the animalsfigured111.00
213Bee
Our friends the animalsfigured101.00
214Duck
Our friends the animalsfigured101.00
215Yak
Our friends the animalsfigured111.00
216Hen
Our friends the animalsfigured101.00
217Reindeer
Our friends the animalsfigured101.00
218Alpaca
Our friends the animalsfigured101.00
219Sperm Whale
The resources of the Sea. Sea Mammalsfigured101.00
220Blue Whale
The resources of the Sea. Sea Mammalsfigured111.00
221Tuna (221a), Mackerel (221b)
The resources of the Sea. Sea Fishfigured101.00
222Anchovies (222a), Herrings (222b)
The resources of the Sea. Sea Fishfigured101.00
223Prawn (223a), Lobster (223b)
The resources of the Sea. Crustaceansfigured111.00
224Crab
The resources of the Sea. Crustaceansfigured101.00
225Squid
The resources of the Sea. Cephalopodsfigured111.00
226Octopus
The resources of the Sea. Cephalopodsfigured101.00
227Turbot
The resources of the Sea. Bottom living fishfigured111.00
228Ray
The resources of the Sea. Bottom living fishfigured111.00
229Large scale fishing
The resources of the Sea-101.00
230Small scale fishing
The resources of the Sea-111.00
231Mussel breeding
The resources of the Sea-111.00
232Aquaculture
The resources of the Sea-101.00
233Coastal areas
The resources of the Sea-101.00
234Cultivating the sea
The resources of the Sea-101.00
235The sea bed
The resources of the Sea. The coral reefs-101.00
236Star fish
The resources of the Sea. The coral reefs-101.00
237Wood for heating
The resources of the forest-111.00
238Fire
The resources of the forestfigured101.00
239Cultivating the forest
The resources of the forest-111.00
240Forestry
1
The resources of the forest-101.00
241Forestry
2
The resources of the forest-111.00
242Wild fruits
The resources of the forest-101.00
243Cloning of the trees
The resources of the forest-101.00
244The Forest
The resources of the forestfigured101.00
245Pasture or forest
1
The resources of the forest-101.00
246Pasture or forest
2
The resources of the forest-101.00
247Bull meat is used to make hamburger
1
The resources of the forest-101.00
248Bull meat is used to make hamburger
2
The resources of the forest-101.00
249Amazonia. Amazonian Indian Children
The resources of the forest. The peoples of the forest-101.00
250Amazonia. Kayapo Indians
The resources of the forest. The peoples of the forest-101.00
251Borneo. Penan tribe
The resources of the forest. The peoples of the forest-101.00
252India. Native child
The resources of the forest. The peoples of the forest-111.00
253The nitrogen cycle
1
Life in harmony-101.00
254The nitrogen cycle
2
Life in harmony-101.00
255The carbon cycle
1
Life in harmony-101.00
256The carbon cycle
2
Life in harmony-101.00
257The water cycle
1
Life in harmony-111.00
258The water cycle
2
Life in harmony-101.00
259The water cycle
3
Life in harmony-101.00
260A square metre of meadow land is the home for …
Life in harmony. Home for millionsfigured101.00
261… thousands of millions of insects, worms …
Life in harmony. Home for millionsfigured101.00
262… and other invertebrates, together with an …
Life in harmony. Home for millionsfigured101.00
263… incalculable number of fungi, protozoa and bacteria.
Life in harmony. Home for millionsfigured111.00
264Bumble Bee, a pollinator
Life in harmony. The friendly assistants-101.00
265Ladybird, a predator of aphids
Life in harmony. The friendly assistants-111.00
266Calosoma, (beetle), predator of caterpillars
Life in harmony. The friendly assistants-101.00
267The burning of coal and oil on a massive scale and the cutting down of the forests
A. Life threatened. The Greenhouse effect-101.00
268The climate appears to be changing and becoming unstable
A. Life threatened. The Greenhouse effect-101.00
269The CO2 in the atmosphere allows the sun's energy to get through to the Earth
A. Life threatened. The Greenhouse effect-101.00
270In the last century, CO2 accounted for 0,025% of the makeup of the atmosphere
A. Life threatened. The Greenhouse effect-111.00
271Other gases, such as methane and CFC's, contribute towards building up the greenhouse effect
A. Life threatened. The Greenhouse effect-111.00
272Killer gases. The CFC's (Chlorofluorocarbons)
1
A. Life threatened-111.00
273Killer gases. The CFC's (Chlorofluorocarbons)
2
A. Life threatened-101.00
274Ozone: the alarm signal
A. Life threatenedfigured101.00
275Deforestation
A. Life threatened. The forests are threatened-111.00
276When the forest disappears, some of its products such as rubber (above) also disappear
A. Life threatened. The forests are threatened-101.00
277Other causes of the destruction of the tropical forest are mining, the building of large dams and roads
A. Life threatened. The forests are threatened-111.00
278Roads are opened up in order to make it easier to convert the forest to land which can be cultivated
A. Life threatened. The forests are threatened-101.00
279The wetland (ponds, swamps, estuaries etc) are some of the richest and most productive environments on Earth
A. Life threatened. The wetlands-101.00
280The building of ports, the extending of urban and industrial areas and the damming of rivers
A. Life threatened. The wetlands-101.00
281The wetlands have the ability to purify the water from organic pollutants which they convert to living matter
A. Life threatened. The wetlands-111.00
282Teak and mahogany
B. Life threatened. Species in danger-101.00
283Triton
B. Life threatened. Species in danger-101.00
284Red kangaroo
B. Life threatened. Species in danger-101.00
285Tropical butterfly
B. Life threatened. Species in danger-101.00
286Tropical parrots
B. Life threatened. Species in danger-101.00
287Orchid
B. Life threatened. Species in danger-101.00
288Clouded leopards
B. Life threatened. Species in danger-101.00
289Rhinoceros
B. Life threatened. Species in danger-111.00
290Goats were released on many oceanic islands
B. Life threatened. Rivals and profiteers-111.00
291The rabbits
B. Life threatened. Rivals and profiteers-111.00
292Javan mongoose
B. Life threatened. Rivals and profiteers-101.00
293The Bandicoot, an Australian marsupial
B. Life threatened. Rivals and profiteers-111.00
294Selecting new more productive varieties domestic animals
B. Life threatened. The risks of uniformityfigured111.00
295Monoculture: cereals
B. Life threatened. The risks of uniformity-101.00
296Monoculture: orchard
B. Life threatened. The risks of uniformity-101.00
297At this rate, 5% to 15% of the species of animals …
The rush to extinction-101.00
298... and plants will disappear between 1990 and 2020.
The rush to extinction-111.00
299The World which future generations will know will be infinitely poorer in species of animals and plants
The rush to extinction-101.00
300Acacia
The rush to extinction-111.00
301Ants
The rush to extinctionfigured101.00
302Flooded forest
The rush to extinction-111.00
303Piranha
The rush to extinction-101.00
304The Saintpaulia, or African violet, a well known house plant
The rush to extinction-101.00
305This variety of Canaries lotus is extinct in the wild
The rush to extinction-101.00
306The growth of tourism has reduced the habitat of the Palinuro primrose
The rush to extinction-101.00
307The Franklinia also also survives only in botanical gardens
The rush to extinction-101.00
308The seeds of a certain plant germinated only after passing through a dodo's stomach
The rush to extinction-101.00
309The aurichs, a type of wild ox which was the ancestor of all the breeds of domestic cattle
The rush to extinction-111.00
310The World Conservation Strategy of WWF sets itself three objectives (symbolised here by three triangles)
Sustainable developmentfigured101.00
311Maintaining the ecological processed which are necessary for life
Sustainable developmentfigured101.00
312Conserving the variety of species and of the natural environment
Sustainable developmentfigured101.00
313Using the natural resources in a renewable and restrained way
Sustainable developmentfigured101.00
314Any development activity should take account of any changes which are made to the environment
Sustainable development-101.00
315In order to ensure sufficient production of food, the original varieties of the crops must be preserved
Sustainable development-101.00
316Our way of life must adapt to a level of consumption which can be supported
Sustainable development-101.00
317Technological systems such as the catalytic converter
Sustainable development. Ecological processes-101.00
318Soil takes much longer to form through natural processes than man takes to erode it
Sustainable development. Ecological processes-111.00
319There are plants with extraordinary food properties which can survive in poor soils
Sustainable development. Genetic diversity-111.00
320Modern agriculture only uses a few varieties of crops over enormous areas
Sustainable development. Genetic diversity-101.00
321Energy resources govern development
Sustainable development. Use of resources-101.00
322Already, renewable sources of energy are an alternative to saving other forms of energy
Sustainable development. Use of resources-101.00
323The seeds of cultivated plants are kept in germplasm banks
Preserving the future. Seed banks-101.00
324These germplasm banks have their limits
Preserving the future. Seed banks-101.00
325Banks and botanical gardens are systems of preservation outside their natural environment
Preserving the future. Seed banks-111.00
326These systems have the drawback of preventing its natural evolution
Preserving the future. Seed banks-101.00
327Order to study potential plants
Preserving the future. Seed banks-101.00
328Scimitar-horned oryx.
Preserving the future. The zoo to the rescue?-101.00
329Gorilla
Preserving the future. The zoo to the rescue?-111.00
330Mango
Preserving the future. Reserves for plantsfigured101.00
331Wild grape
Preserving the future. Reserves for plantsfigured111.00
332Rice
Preserving the future. Reserves for plantsfigured101.00
333Yellowstone National Park
Preserving the future. In the national parks-101.00
334Marine Park
Preserving the future. In the national parks-101.00
335Elephants in Zambia
Preserving the future. In the national parks-101.00
336The First World: american Indian
A world of difference. First and Third Worldsfigured101.00
337The First World: american woman
A world of difference. First and Third Worldsfigured111.00
338The Third World: mexican woman
A world of difference. First and Third Worldsfigured111.00
339The Third World: The Natives Of South America (Bororo Indians)
A world of difference. First and Third Worldsfigured101.00
340The Third World: A Resident Of South America
A world of difference. First and Third Worldsfigured101.00
341The Third World: A Resident Of South America
A world of difference. First and Third Worldsfigured111.00
342The First World: European man
A world of difference. First and Third Worldsfigured111.00
343The First World: northern people
A world of difference. First and Third Worldsfigured111.00
344The First World: Resident Of Russia
A world of difference. First and Third Worldsfigured101.00
345The First World: Chukchi
A world of difference. First and Third Worldsfigured111.00
346The Third World: A Resident Of Saudi Arabia
A world of difference. First and Third Worldsfigured111.00
347The Third World: china woman
A world of difference. First and Third Worldsfigured101.00
348The Third World: african woman
A world of difference. First and Third Worldsfigured101.00
349The Third World: Hindu
A world of difference. First and Third Worldsfigured101.00
350The Third World: A woman from Thailand
A world of difference. First and Third Worldsfigured101.00
351The First World: Resident of Australia
A world of difference. First and Third Worldsfigured101.00
352The Third World: a woman from South Africa
A world of difference. First and Third Worldsfigured111.00
353WWF, World Wide Fund for Nature (was set up in 1961)
Noah's Army-101.00
354'Project Tiger'' which was launched in 1972
Noah's Army-101.00
355The (IUCN) World Conservation Union (was set up in 1948)
Noah's Army-111.00
356The ''Red Data Books'' give up to date information regarding threatened species
Noah's Army-101.00
357The UNEP, the United Nations Environment Programme (was set up in 1972)
Noah's Army-101.00
358The aim UNEP of promoting joint actions to protect the environment
Noah's Army-101.00
359Survival International is a non-governmental organisation
Noah's Army-111.00
360Events like the famous Altamira gathering in February 1989 have drawn the attention of the entire World to the Indians
Noah's Army-111.00


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