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Q-and-A: Mountain Gorilla Trekking

Q-and-A: Mountain Gorilla Trekking

WWF January 19, 2014 0

WWF’s Whitney Kent traveled to Africa with her family to see mountain gorillas in the wild. We caught up with her to talk about the experience. WWF Travel: How long did you have to hike before

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10 Interesting Facts about Beluga Whales

10 Interesting Facts about Beluga Whales

WWF January 18, 2014 0

The beluga whale is easily recognizable thanks to its stark white coloring and globular head. Belugas are very social animals, and it’s possible to see pods numbering in the hundreds during a trip to Churchill,

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Top Shot: Mountainous Dunes of Morocco

Top Shot: Mountainous Dunes of Morocco

WWF January 8, 2014 0

The Top Shot blog feature showcases WWF staff’s favorite photos from their travels around the world. This post features a stunning photograph taken in Morocco by Matt Erke who is a Program associate for WWF’s Eastern Himalayas

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15 WWF Success Stories of 2013

15 WWF Success Stories of 2013

WWF January 3, 2014 0

As 2014 gets into full swing, WWF celebrates successes of 2013 and thanks supporters who made these wins possible. We’ve noted victories that positively impact communities and species worldwide in places as unique as

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Introducing the new official travel blog of WWF and Natural Habitat Adventures!

Introducing the new official travel blog of WWF and Natural Habitat Adventures!

WWF December 9, 2013 0

We’ve shared the same mission for several decades — to protect the world’s wild places and take you to see them. Now we’re sharing an avenue for telling you the stories of conservation and

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Ten Fascinating Whale Shark Facts

Ten Fascinating Whale Shark Facts

WWF November 15, 2013 0

Whale sharks are not whales at all but rather the world’s largest fish, measuring up to 45 feet in length. Given their size, you’d think researchers would know a lot about them. But little

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