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Traveler Story: Watching A Wild Leopard in Botswana

Traveler Story: Watching A Wild Leopard in Botswana

Natural Habitat Adventures July 31, 2017 0

“After looking for this leopard in for two days during our Botswana safari, we finally found him very early on the third morning. He was laying in the grass sunning himself in the newly

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Traveler Story – Wild Side of China: A Nature Odyssey

Traveler Story – Wild Side of China: A Nature Odyssey

Natural Habitat Adventures July 29, 2017 0

“Wonderful trip to China. Pandas are so entertaining and cute. Would recommend it to others.” — W. Mortimer | Wild Side of China: A Nature Odyssey | May 2017 What’s Your Wildlife Travel Story? Share

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: A Ray of Hope

Wildlife Photo of the Week: A Ray of Hope

Kendal Bower July 28, 2017 1

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we chose a lion cub in Zambia. While on safari, photographer Varun Yennemadi came to

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Why We Should Teach the Next Generation About Conservation

Why We Should Teach the Next Generation About Conservation

Natural Habitat Adventures July 27, 2017 0

Conservation Will Protect the World for Future Generations Children are born curious. They are interested and excited to know about the natural world and what happens in it. Most of them are also instinctively

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Wildlife Photos: Borneo’s Up-Close Encounters

Wildlife Photos: Borneo’s Up-Close Encounters

WWF July 26, 2017 0

WWF’s Kelley Ashford captured these wildlife photos within the world’s tallest rain forest during her Borneo Adventure with Natural Habitat Adventures. Her journey took her to the Kinabatangan River, the largest and longest river in the Malaysian

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Larsen Ice Shelf Breakoff: Our Future in Ice

Larsen Ice Shelf Breakoff: Our Future in Ice

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 25, 2017 0

A gigantic iceberg has just broken off from Antarctica’s massive Larsen C Ice Shelf. The berg began its independent life sometime in the middle of July 2017. And it’s huge. The 2,200-square-mile iceberg weighs a

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