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A Conservationist’s Dream Honeymoon in the Galapagos

A Conservationist’s Dream Honeymoon in the Galapagos

WWF November 12, 2014 0

By Rachel Kramer, Program Officer, Wildlife Conservation and TRAFFIC My husband and I are scientists. We are fascinated by species and their habitats. When it came to selecting a place for our honeymoon, the Galapagos Islands—visited

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2014 National Geographic Photo Contest Amazes

2014 National Geographic Photo Contest Amazes

Chris Miller October 27, 2014 0

National Geographic Magazine annual photo contest is under way again! Photographers can submit their stunning shots up until the October 31st deadline. Here are a few of our favorite wildlife photo submissions so far

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Spotlight on Sustainability: What is the IGTOA?

Spotlight on Sustainability: What is the IGTOA?

Court Whelan, Ph.D. May 12, 2014 0

No, it’s not the name of a monster from one of those Godzilla movies, nor is it the name of a European shelving unit that you’d find at Ikea. IGTOA stands for the International

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Video of the Week: Swimming with Galapagos Sea Lions

Video of the Week: Swimming with Galapagos Sea Lions

Elissa Poma February 21, 2014 0

I had the pleasure of meeting traveler Richard Jacobs during a trip to Churchill, Canada, to see polar bears. A great conversationalist, considerate environmentalist and fine travel companion, Jacobs also proved to be a

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7 Photos of Animals in Love: A Tribute to Valentines Day

7 Photos of Animals in Love: A Tribute to Valentines Day

Ami Jones February 14, 2014 2

Valentines Day is upon us and it is a time to show those closest to us how much we truly love them. We have compiled a list of some of our favorite photos of

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Six of Nature’s Most Intriguing Creatures

Six of Nature’s Most Intriguing Creatures

Emily Deemer January 27, 2014 1

A friend recently sent me an article called “21 Strange Animals You Didn’t Know Exist,” and I was shocked that I hadn’t heard of one animal on the list!  The article calls it a

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