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Government kicks the can forward yet again as the fate…

Government kicks the can forward yet again as the fate...

Two lionesses rub against a cage fence at a captive breeding centre for large predators at an undisclosed location in South Africa’s Free State Province in an undated picture released 16 November 2005 by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW). EPA/IFAW Lions in South Africa are falling victim to ...

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US, Canada surgeons honour Tuku

US, Canada surgeons honour Tuku

The late Oliver Mtukudzi BY WINSTONE ANTONIO THE late music icon and national hero Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi continues to be honoured, with the United States and Canadian volunteer surgical team under the banner Operation of Hope dedicating its upcoming mission to him. The Operation of Hope, which has since 2006 ...

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Whale safaris in Russia are the experience of a lifetime!

Whale safaris in Russia are the experience of a lifetime!

This crew takes its clients on the most breathtaking expeditions across Russia and the world. We spoke with team member Mikhail Korostelev about what does, and heard some crazy stories. Pack your bags! “I can proudly say that I got bit by a shark,” laughs Mikhail about the tiny shark ...

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Solos Save With Abercrombie & Kent

Solos Save With Abercrombie & Kent

WHY IT RATES: AK has made traveling solo even more affordable on its small group journeys. —Janeen Christoff, TravelPulse Senior Writer Travel Agents Can Book Mediterranean Ferries With Excite Relive the Magic of Game of Thrones With CIE Tours #####IMG000000000##### Tips for Identifying the Right Small Group Tour for You ...

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Wasini Island tours, hotels, safari prices

Wasini Island tours, hotels, safari prices

Nothing is as exciting as having a great holiday time. And it is even more exciting spending time in Wasini Island in Mombasa. Tourists are assured of a great experience, with animal creatures such as dolphins. Yeah, that’s right. People get a chance to swim along and play with the ...

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DEA bactracks on parliamentary resolution on captive lion breeding

A Parliamentary Resolution to end the Captive Breeding of Lions in South Africa has been ignored by the Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA), who proposed that the Captive Lion Breeding (CLB) industry should continue as long as it is properly regulated and appropriate legislation is introduced. This happened at a ...

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South Bristol School News

South Bristol School News

This slideshow requires JavaScript. Calendar of events Thursday, March 28, 2:45-3:45 p.m.: Circus arts Friday, March 29: Eighth grade to boat shop Saturday, March 30: Tricky Tray – dinner, 5:30-6:30 p.m.; raffle, 7 p.m. Field trip to Africa Sara Flewelling’s first- and second-grade classroom “flew” to Nairobi, Kenya on March ...

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The double-edged sword of safari tourism

The double-edged sword of safari tourism

Going on safari in Africa offers tourists the opportunity to see some of the most spectacular wildlife on Earth – including African elephants (Loxodonta africana). Known for their complex social systems, long memory and high intelligence, this species is also threatened by poaching and shrinking habitats, so further disturbance to ...

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