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Belize Shells Up Turtle Protection

Belize Shells Up Turtle Protection

WWF October 4, 2017 0

Belize is fringed by a vibrant expanse of living coral, known as the Mesoamerican Reef System. It’s a Caribbean underwater paradise—a snorkeler’s dream and an endangered sea turtle’s lifeline. Stretching from Mexico to Guatemala, this

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Gorilla Conservation Coffee

Gorilla Conservation Coffee

Natural Habitat Adventures October 2, 2017 0

Mountain gorillas are some of our closest relatives, sharing as much as 98 percent of our human genes. This remarkable similarity is part of what makes it so profound to spend an hour with

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Nowhere to Hide

Nowhere to Hide

WWF October 1, 2017 3

Poachers, beware: High tech has its eye on you from dusk to dawn. And arrests are racking up steadily, thanks to a new night vision camera that’s policing prime wildlife habitat in Kenya. This

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Q-and-A: Guides of the Galapagos

Q-and-A: Guides of the Galapagos

WWF August 30, 2017 1

Travelers can be overwhelmed by the incredible wildlife and breathtaking vistas of the Galapagos Islands. WWF was curious to hear about the perspective from people who have experienced the “enchanted islands” for years as opposed to days.

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Losing Wildlife Hurts Biodiversity—and Our Bottom Lines

Losing Wildlife Hurts Biodiversity—and Our Bottom Lines

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 1, 2017 1

Wildlife tourism—tourism specifically based on encounters with undomesticated animals—accounts for 20 to 40 percent of the total $1 trillion annual, global tourism industry. This comes from a paper published in late 2015 in the

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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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