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WWF's CN Tower Climb for Nature

Do it for the Dugong

We are climbing the CN Tower this April to support WWF-Canada. We are totally up for the physical and fundraising challenge!

While we are doing our part, we are counting on you to help us reach our fundraising goal. The money we raise with the help of your generous support will make a huge difference for WWF’s efforts to safeguard the habitats of hundreds of species and make ground-breaking progress towards habitat sustainability.


Dugongs graze on underwater grasses day and night, rooting for them with their bristled, sensitive snouts and chomping them with their rough lips.
These mammals can stay underwater for six minutes before surfacing. They sometimes breathe by “standing” on their tail with their heads above water.Dugongs spend much of their time alone or in pairs, though they are sometimes seen gathered in large herds of a hundred animals. 

AND MOST IMPORTANTLY.  Some believe that dugongs were the inspiration for ancient seafaring tales of mermaids and sirens.  

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