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Wildlife Sanctuaries in Sabah Malaysia

Wildlife Sanctuaries in Sabah, Malaysia

This post is by Shaiya Ong with the Sabah Guide. The list of endangered species is growing and those that have gone instinct have also increased. It is sad news for any earth lover, but it is uplifting to learn that there are certain countries that consider the wildlife its ultimate gem; thus taking care of […]

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Oceanopolis Brest France

Oceanopolis: An Amazing Work of Nature and Technology

This guest post is by Shaiya Ong of Brest Airport. It is sad to learn that many tourists fail to enjoy the beauty of France, simply because they remain crowded in Paris. If only they realize the beauty lurking in the coastal area of Brest then they would rush over enjoy the beauty of this place. […]

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Earth Friendly in Marseille

Let’s go Earth Friendly in Marseille

This guest post is by Shay of www.frenchairportguide.com/mrs/. Traveling to Marseille is so much fun, but it would be better if you share it with friends who appreciate nature as much as you do. Consider these following places and you will love Mother Earth even more. Green Bear As the name implies, this restaurant serves […]

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Supposedly Extinct Giant Galapagos Tortoise Species Found

A few hundred kilometers from Floreana in the Galapagos Island chain, the long thought extinct Giant Galapagos Tortoise may have been rediscovered by scientists. Through the use of time-tested field work and genetic research scientists have learned that the Galapagos Giant Tortoise may still be living on Wolf Volcano. Located on Isabela island's north end, Wolf Volcano is […]

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Black-Footed Ferrets Are Getting a Second Chance

Disease nearly wiped out the black-foot ferrets in 1985. With only 18 surviving Black-Footed Ferrets two years later, biologists and researchers focused their efforts on a captive-breeding program in hopes to bring back their numbers. After a tough start the recovery program has shown promising results. It's been 25 years and around 500 black-footed ferrets […]

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Green Sea Turtle

Every Year As Many As 35,000 Turtles Are Illegally Killed and Eaten in Baja California

There is a growing problem in Mexico. Eating sea turtles has been outlawed since 1990, yet as many as 35,000 turtles are killed and consumed in Baja California. Five of the seven sea turtle species – all listed as endangered, vulnerable or threatened – occupy the water surrounding the Baja California peninsula. These waters are […]

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