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CNN Joins NHA Polar Bear Photo Tour

CNN Joins NHA Polar Bear Photo Tour

Emily Deemer November 22, 2013 0

A CNN news crew joined Natural Habitat Adventures on one of our recent polar bear photo trips, and we’re excited to announce that the first of three video segments was just released!  Watch as

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Saving Giant Turtles in Indonesia

Saving Giant Turtles in Indonesia

Natural Habitat Adventures November 1, 2013 Comments Off on Saving Giant Turtles in Indonesia

“Kura-kura!” yelled the little village boy as he came running out of the dark tropical night and into our jungle camp. Two of our Papuan boatmen from our mother ship, the James Bond II,

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On the Ground with Chimpanzees & Mountain Gorillas

On the Ground with Chimpanzees & Mountain Gorillas

Emily Deemer October 19, 2013 0

Nat Hab guest Marcia Goldstein recently returned from our Great Uganda Gorilla Safari with some remarkable photos on the ground with mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and wild chimpanzees in Kibale Forest National

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Arctic Sea Ice Declines to Its Sixth-Lowest Extent on Record, Yet Some Still Repudiate the Loss

Arctic Sea Ice Declines to Its Sixth-Lowest Extent on Record, Yet Some Still Repudiate the Loss

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 24, 2013 9

I’ve always loved ice. Growing up in Wisconsin, my winters were filled with it. I could skate on it, watch it paint the trees with a crystalline, Doctor Zhivago-like romance and break off icicles

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Nature on the Small Scale: Video of Life in a Garden

Nature on the Small Scale: Video of Life in a Garden

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 19, 2013 20

From a large, city botanical center to a small corner plot in your own backyard, a garden is beneficial for the environment. Not only do gardens and green spaces provide us with food and

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Rare Video: Wild Panda Eating Meat

Rare Video: Wild Panda Eating Meat

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 21, 2013 10

Giant pandas are among the world’s most uncommon and elusive animals. China’s State Forestry Administration estimates that there are only about 1,600 of them remaining in the wild, down from 2,500 in the 1970s.

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