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Category: Wildlife

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Penguin Spotting in the Falklands

When our cruise ship called at Port Stanley, in the Falkland Islands, I learned a rather odd fact. The visitors from one ship outnumbered the visitors who came by other...

Mahua tales: Rouse the guards

The sloth bear had turned in for the night, that too stoned, so it was alright our Gypsy didn’t move anymore. I and the tracker returned to announce breathlessly that...

WELCOME TO THE CIRCUS – RANTHAMBORE JUNGLE SAFARI

Sitting at a beach-side bar. Live band playing. Adele, the undisputed queen of melody, is rocking the scene. Sometimes it hurts. The lyrics remind me of Ranthambore...

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Dogs – the canine locals of Asia

A lot can be said about a place, its people, its culture or its food. But its animals can tell a tale of their own. Similarly, most travellers have an interest in exotic...

Kopi Luwak: The sad truth of coffee!

Kopi Luwak is a coffee originated in Indonesia, including the islands of Sumatra, Java, Bali and Sulawesi. Its name is due to the combination of the Indonesian words...

Shark Encounters at Malapascua Island

According to some stories, some Spaniards have been sailing through the Visayas in the year of 1520 and ended up stranded on Malapascua on Christmas Day because of the...

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The unexpected little inhabitants living directly under your feet in Gran Canaria

Today was an awesome experience, as I'm currently living on Gran Canaria, one of the Canarian Islands, though belonging to Spain, it's not far away from...

When is a Zoo not a Zoo? Australia Zoo Raises the Question

In the traditional sense of the word, zoos are generally places where animals are kept in cages for the amusement and entertainment of human beings. Out of their natural...

Looking for Alligators

We nearly didn’t see Miami. Our cruise ship was only staying there a short while, and to enter the United States, you need a visa … or, an ESTA … the Electronic...

Tracking Leopard and Cheetah in Namibia for Wildlife Conservation

Always carry the two-way radio, the poison bite extraction kit, two litres of water and you should be alright. That was the first piece of advice expedition leader Peter...

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