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On Land in Greenland: A Photo Essay

On Land in Greenland: A Photo Essay

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 12, 2017 0

Because Greenland is the largest island in the world, it makes sense that many people’s travels there are boat-based, as mine were four years ago. There is little infrastructure: roads are rare, and places

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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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The World’s Greatest Tiger Destination—In Photos

The World’s Greatest Tiger Destination—In Photos

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl May 1, 2017 0

The Indian subcontinent is one of the world’s most stimulating travel destinations. While its mélange of human cultures has long drawn the attention of global travelers, its spectrum of wild habitats rich with exotic

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Lion Crossing

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Lion Crossing

Kendal Bower March 10, 2017 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we chose a lion in Zambia. While on safari with Nat Hab, photographer Jim Trojanwoski

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Video: Close Encounters with Churchill’s Polar Bears

Video: Close Encounters with Churchill’s Polar Bears

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl February 13, 2017 0

Each fall, the world’s greatest concentration of polar bears convenes at the edge of Hudson Bay in Manitoba, Canada, waiting for the sea ice to form and their seal hunting season to begin. Perhaps

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Video: Wear Lionfish Jewelry to Protect the Atlantic Ocean

Video: Wear Lionfish Jewelry to Protect the Atlantic Ocean

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 19, 2017 2

Lionfish, a colorful native of the South Pacific and Indian Oceans (the Indo-Pacific region) have now taken up what could become permanent residence in the Atlantic Ocean—from North Carolina to Florida, in all Gulf

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