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Immerse Yourself in Antarctica

Immerse Yourself in Antarctica

Chris Kassar March 13, 2017 0

Walk the shoreline amid a giant colony of penguins. Weave in and out of magnificent icebergs on a Zodiac excursion. Kayak along a cliffside rookery to look at blue-eyed shags. Capture amazing photographs of

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Video: Emotional Overload on Encountering a Coastal Wolf

Video: Emotional Overload on Encountering a Coastal Wolf

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 8, 2016 7

Almost every single one of you has had that “nature moment”; the instant when an animal encounter or a sighting of a natural landscape or phenomenon takes your breath away. The power of those brief

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Video: Discovering the Unseen Natural World

Video: Discovering the Unseen Natural World

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 9, 2015 6

Big, charismatic fauna and the large terrains and environments they live in—such as polar bears in the Arctic and whales in the world’s oceans—are always captivating. However, we sometimes forget that there are other

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Ten Reasons Why Adventure Travel Is Good for You

Ten Reasons Why Adventure Travel Is Good for You

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 7, 2015 28

For the past several years, I have been writing about adventure topics for the Good Nature Travel blog, on everything from the merits of bumpy roads to tracking devices on narwhals. From my own

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Video: Slow-Motion Capture of a Running Cheetah

Video: Slow-Motion Capture of a Running Cheetah

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 19, 2015 18

Cheetahs are the fastest runners on the planet: they can accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in only three seconds. And thanks to their spines that are proportionally the longest and most flexible in

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Video of the Week: Gibbon Plays with Young Tigers

Video of the Week: Gibbon Plays with Young Tigers

Chris Miller July 18, 2014 0

A smile for your weekend! Had to share this remarkable capture of a gleeful gibbon monkey up to a little mischief with a couple of juvenile tigers. The clip comes, courtesy of National Geographic from their series

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