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Video: A 680 Mile Journey Through the Amazon

Video: A 680 Mile Journey Through the Amazon

WWF August 22, 2014 0

What does it feel like to travel over 600 miles through the Amazon? The world’s largest rain forest and its rivers comprise a complex realm where even the teeniest insect, seemingly invasive vine and

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Video of the Week: Spend One Amazing Minute in The Congo Basin

Video of the Week: Spend One Amazing Minute in The Congo Basin

Natural Habitat Adventures August 15, 2014 0

The Congo Basin is a priority place for WWF. It’s the 2nd largest rain forest in the world after the Amazon, and the special part, other than the sheer remoteness and absolute wilderness filled

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Bam Bam the Ram: Is Feeding Wildlife Ever OK?

Bam Bam the Ram: Is Feeding Wildlife Ever OK?

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 22, 2014 12

We humans have developed — intentionally or not — a wide variety of methods for killing off species: overhunting, natural habitat destruction, or active extermination to satisfy agricultural, mining, drilling, fracking, or other special

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Video of the Week: Unbelievably Close to Grizzlies in Alaska

Video of the Week: Unbelievably Close to Grizzlies in Alaska

Emily Deemer May 9, 2014 0

Have you heard how close our groups get to the grizzly bears on our Coastal Alaska Grizzly trips? Within mere feet!  And it’s not from the window of a safari vehicle, it’s on foot. 

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Video: The Guardians of Namibia’s Wildlife

Video: The Guardians of Namibia’s Wildlife

Tania Segura May 2, 2014 0

Living with wildlife can be dangerous. However, Namibians are committed to their protection because responsible tourism and national pride make his wildlife worth more alive than dead. “The Guardians” tells the story of Jantjie Rhyn, a

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Video: Saving an African Lion

Video: Saving an African Lion

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 1, 2014 11

While it’s never been easy to make your living as an animal in Africa, wildlife presently residing there face even more challenges than their ancestors did. For example, in the last four months in

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