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Mass soybean harvesting at a farm in Brazil

The story of soy

Behind beef, soy is the second largest agricultural driver of deforestation worldwide. From the Northern Great Plains of the U.S. to the Amazon of Brazil, forests, grasslands, and wetlands are being plowed up to make room for more soy production. 

  • A prey's-eye view of the elusive jaguar

    WWF Magazine: Fall 2017
    Solitary, beautiful, and elusive, the jaguar is the biggest native feline to roam the Americas.
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  • The Amazon's athletic animals

    August 04, 2016

    The Amazon’s animal athletes demonstrate skill and strength humans can only envy.

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  • Protecting the Amazon for Life

    May 21, 2014

    A model for conservation, the Amazon Region Protected Areas ensures 150 million acres—three times the size of all US parks combined—of the Amazon are protected for life.

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  • The Amazon

    WWF Magazine: Summer 2014
    Journey into the world’s largest tropical forest—and uncover one of the biggest conservation initiatives the world has ever seen.
    Aerial View of Amazon