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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Flower Power

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Flower Power

Kendal Bower May 20, 2016 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we chose a black rhino in Tanzania. Photographer Brad Starry captured this moment of a rhino

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See—and Save—the Endangered Rhino

See—and Save—the Endangered Rhino

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl September 7, 2015 0

In our last article on where to “See—and Save—the World’s Most Endangered Species: Part 1” we took a look at the endangered Siberian and Bengal tigers. Another incredib(ly endangered) animal is the rhinoceros. One

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Get to Know a Guide: Ragtag Road Trips, the BBC and Bengal Tigers

Get to Know a Guide: Ragtag Road Trips, the BBC and Bengal Tigers

Tania Curry November 19, 2014 0

In 1974, a 20-year-old Toby Sinclair climbed into an old minibus with some friends for a road trip that would change the course of his life. After travels through Europe and the Middle East,

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Video of the Week: Orphaned Elephants Celebrate World Cup 2014

Video of the Week: Orphaned Elephants Celebrate World Cup 2014

Chris Miller June 13, 2014 1

It isn’t easy being an orphaned elephant, but since its creation in 1977, the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust has offered hope for the future of Kenya’s threatened elephant and rhino populations. The “Orphan’s Project” is

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India’s Top 10 Other Incredible Wildlife

India’s Top 10 Other Incredible Wildlife

Elissa Poma May 31, 2014 2

India is known, of course, for its tigers, and no visit to natural areas of the vast Asian nation is complete without time spent in tall grasses searching for the majestic big cat. But

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School of Thought: Eight Things South Africa Taught Me

School of Thought: Eight Things South Africa Taught Me

WWF May 14, 2014 0

By Marsea Nelson, guest blogger for WWF Travel Diverse landscapes, impressive infrastructure and the big five make South Africa an ideal safari destination. Our guest blogger Marsea Nelson recently traveled across South Africa  and

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