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Endangered Orangutans of Borneo

Endangered Orangutans of Borneo

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl October 16, 2017 0

Known as “the man of the forest,” the unique, colorful, highly intelligent orangutan went from an estimated 300,000 individuals in 1900 to only a handful of remaining populations today. And nowhere else is there

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A Kaleidoscope of Wildlife on Africa’s Largest Island

A Kaleidoscope of Wildlife on Africa’s Largest Island

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl October 9, 2017 0

Madagascar is indeed a world apart, a wildlife kaleidoscope, both visually and verbally! Its rain forests are home to primitive primates such as diademed sifakas, indri and tenrecs, while unique flora like baobabs and

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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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Could Reintroducing Lynx to Great Britain Revive Ecotourism?

Could Reintroducing Lynx to Great Britain Revive Ecotourism?

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 3, 2017 0

It’s a story too often told. Once, a predator roamed wildlands and then was relentlessly hunted to extinction or to the brink of it. In the Lower 48, the histories of bison, gray wolves,

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Tour Guides: Destination Stewards of the Galapagos

Tour Guides: Destination Stewards of the Galapagos

WWF September 27, 2017 0

Sustainable Tourism is not only a way for travelers to experience unique destinations and cultures from all around the world, but also a powerful economic tool that can have a positive social and environmental

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An Amazing Day in Katmai

An Amazing Day in Katmai

WWF September 20, 2017 0

As a life-long Alaskan, Katmai National Park has always held a magical place in my heart. It was a land of volcanoes, bears, salmon, and green mountains plunging towards the sea. This summer, I

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