Australia Hugo Clément on the front of endangered animals (France 2)

03:30  01 july  2020
03:30  01 july  2020 Source:   programme-television.org

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"In addition, Hugo Clément integrates France Televisions and will propose four documentary evenings named" On the front ", whose first on Hugo Clément "will also be involved on the website France .tv with weekly topics on the environment", adds Takis Candiliss. Stage 2 goes on France 3 on Sunday

19 March at 01:03 ·. Merci Hugo Clément et France 2 pour cette émission qui interpelle : "Sur le front des Glaciers". La suite dépendra de nos choix de modes de vie Alors que les glaciers ont une influence directe sur le climat, ces derniers sont en train de disparaître comme à Argentière, en France .

This Tuesday, June 30, 2020, France 2 offers a new issue of "On the front" devoted to endangered animals.

Ce mardi 30 juin 2020, France 2 propose un numéro inédit de © Winter Productions This Tuesday, June 30, 2020, France 2 is offering a new issue of "On the front" dedicated to endangered animals.

Hugo Clément is back with an unreleased number of On the front (France 2). In 40 years, almost 60% of wild animals have disappeared, says a report by the World Wildlife Fund. Contents of this new issue of On the front, focus on the sale of protected sharks in French supermarkets, on the use of sharks in beauty products and food supplements, exclusive images of the port of Vigo in Spain, main plate turning point in the shark trade in Europe, zoom on the shark fin traffic managed by the Taiwanese mafia in Costa Rica…

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Who is Hugo Clement ? Anthony Bourdain died Friday, June 8th in France . The cause of death was an apparent suicide. That much we know. He has reported on the famine in Congo, the threats homosexual men face in Tunisia, and France 's livestock industry. 5. Argento's deleted Insta Photo.

Mr Clement , who works for the French national broadcaster France 2 , was filming an anti-Adani protest when the group was put in handcuffs and arrested by police. France 2 / Sur le Front - Interview d' Hugo Clément - Продолжительность: 4:57 Studio France Télévisions Recommended for you.

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Hugo Clément also looked into the dismantling of a network of pangolin traffickers. In fact, despite the coronavirus crisis, the traffic in small mammals has continued. There is also an update on the return of the European sturgeon to the country. These fish had completely disappeared from the Gironde estuary, and this year, fishermen found them in their nets. Finally, direction a Breton island only reserved for puffins! A veritable sanctuary, this place is forbidden to visitors. Once a year, however, in the spring, naturalists very quickly come to count the burrows.

This Tuesday June 30, 2020, find On the subject of threatened animals , from 9:05 pm on France 2.

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What happened in zoos during confinement? .
Empty alleys, not a child on the horizon and a great silence: during almost two months of confinement, the zoo animals did not see any visitors. But the caretakers were there to take care of them, luckily! "We focused all our activity on our 1,200 animals and their well-being," says Brice Lefaux, director of the zoo in Mulhouse (Haut-Rhin). We had no problem with food delivery, which was our concern as it was complicated during confinement. But the animals didn't lack for anything.

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