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Google Hangout with WWF: All About Polar Bears

Google Hangout with WWF: All About Polar Bears

WWF February 25, 2014 0

In honor of Polar Bear Week and International Polar Bear Day, WWF is hosting a live Google Hangout on Wednesday with two Canadian polar bear experts! When: Wednesday, Feb 26 Time: 2:30 pm –

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Video of the Week: Giant tortoise displays dominance in the Galapagos

Video of the Week: Giant tortoise displays dominance in the Galapagos

WWF February 7, 2014 0

Watch this two minute video taken in the Galápagos by traveler and WWF employee Heather Finn. Find out what happens when two giant tortoises meet on a narrow path – who will win this show

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Tagging Greenland sharks, the “Jaws of the North”

Tagging Greenland sharks, the “Jaws of the North”

WWF February 5, 2014 0

By Jacqueline Nunes, Writer, Strategic Partnerships & Development, WWF-Canada. Way, way, way up—way up—north is probably not the first place you’d look if you wanted to find a shark. In fact, when Vicki Sahanatien, who runs

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Top Four Experiences in the Galapagos

Top Four Experiences in the Galapagos

WWF February 3, 2014 0

Reprinted with permission from the WWF Travel Blog Last year, World Wildlife Fund’s Heather Finn and Kristina Griffin traveled to the Galapagos Islands for the first time. Heather works as Manager of Digital User Experience, and

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Ten Interesting Facts about Lions

Ten Interesting Facts about Lions

WWF February 1, 2014 0

The lion has forever been a symbol of strength, power and ferocity.  During an African safari, seeing the majestic species up-close is sure to be a spine-tingling experience. African lions are the most social

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Ten Things You Didn’t Know about Mt. Kilimanjaro

Ten Things You Didn’t Know about Mt. Kilimanjaro

WWF January 23, 2014 1

This post was originally published on the WWF Travel Blog Rising majestically above the African plains, the 20,000-foot Mt. Kilimanjaro has beckoned to climbers since the first recorded summit in 1889. Here are 10 interesting

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