Humans Who Help Animals – Top 50 Humans of the Year 2022 – By The Animals

News from the Natural World: Top 50 Humans of the Year 2022 - the list is finally in and the animals have agreed on this years, Top 50 Humans.

News from the Natural World: Humans who help animals! We are excited to bring you the ‘Top 50 Humans of the Year 2022’ – this years list is finally in and the animals have agreed on fifty absolute top class humans from a stonking year. 

Here at The Platypus, our team of animal journalists work around the clock, day in day out, to bring you the latest satirical news affecting the natural world. Maurice the Mayfly once worked so hard for 24 hours straight that he died! Although come to think of it all our Mayfly staff have died after only one day on the job, something for HR perhaps. Anyway, we even had one staff member, The Gecko, who had no eyelids. She was constantly awake and constantly writing. Her bleary eyes stared through her writing pad as she endlessly searched for golden satirical nuggets. But sometimes, just sometimes, being that satirical, day after day, takes its toll. So we came up with the idea of doing one piece of serious work a year, just one.

So we put our heads together and came up with the idea of congratulating and highlighting some humans who are really working rather hard to save animals and the natural world in 2022. We know that you’re not all mindless consuming creatures in league with the dark lord. Some of you are bloody awesome and we want to laud the work of those humans dedicating their lives to helping us, the Animals, out. Without further ado, we present to you the Top 50 Humans of the Year 2022 – By the Animals.

Humans Who Help Animals

*please feel free to angrily disagree on the selection and order, that’s the point really isn’t it…

Number 50 – Amelia Telford

Humans Who Help Animals
Amelia Telford – One of our Top 50 Humans of the Year

Amelia Telford is a Bundjalung Land Protector and South Sea Islander. In addition, she is the Indigenous Coordinator for the Australian Youth Climate Coalition. She combines vision, tenacity and a supremely strong moral compass. She has worked intensively to train and mentor indigenous youths across the country to create opportunities for indigenous and non-indigenous communities to work together. She is without a doubt a human who helps animals and earnestly fights to protect the natural world.

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