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Without habitats, life on Earth wouldn’t be able to survive. But today, we are losing these vital spaces at alarming rates — with some experts suggesting we could lose a quarter of natural habitats by 2100.

From icy tundras to the swampy wetlands — every habitat is unique, home to hundreds and thousands of species, including us. While WORLD HABITAT DAY was originally established to recognize the human right to safe and secure shelter around the world — this month, at VAKOVAKO, we’re also recognizing the wild side of things, highlighting some of the natural habitats we are at risk of losing and the ways we can live in harmony with them to ensure the BIODIVERSITY within each persists.


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