Thursday
Jun302016

The 5 Best Species To See In Tanzania

Home to the famous Serengeti National park, Tanzania is normally the go-to country for spotting the Big Five and it also attracts a vast amount of attention due to its annual migration of over one million wildebeest and 250,000 zebra. But that isn't all that the country is home to. Here is our list of the best five species in Tanzania...

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Thursday
Jun302016

Protecting Our Plastic Filled Oceans

The world is inundated with plastic. The simple fact is that plastic is all around us now; we cannot escape it any more than we can cope without this manmade product, or so many of us believe.

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Wednesday
Jun292016

QUIZ: Which Shark Species Are You?

Sharks are some of our most misunderstood species on the planet. With it being #SharkWeek it seemed only right to celebrate the wide variety of shark species that help to keep our oceans healthy. So, are you ready to find out which shark you’re most alike?

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Tuesday
Jun282016

The Reality Of Brexit

When handed the power to determine the fate of Britain’s membership with the European Union last Thursday, 51.9% of the British people voted for Brexit. No one is really sure what to believe right now, so we are going to attempt to sift through the fact and the fiction for you...

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Tuesday
Jun282016

Student Tips: Travelling on a Budget

Do you daydream of travelling? Having a break from studies, getting away from it all and/or volunteering and making a difference to lives abroad? Your only worry being, how on earth are you going to afford it?!
Don’t panic! There are ways to make travelling cheaper.

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Monday
Jun272016

A Week Of Mass Migration, Population Rise And Political Changes: 21st June – 27th June 2016

This past week has seen the poisonous Lionfish species spread through the Mediterranean, a return of Hazel Dormice to the United Kingdom, a proposed plan to relocate hundreds of migrating Elephants set in place and the aftermath of Brexit. Here’s your weekly Frontier environment news roundup:

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Monday
Jun272016

Don’t Find Dory: Why Animals in Films Should Stay In The Wild

After the popular Pixar movie Finding Nemo hurt the population of wild Clownfish, many are predicting that the same disastrous aftermath will befall upon the Blue Tangs following the recent release of Finding Dory on June 17.

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Thursday
Jun232016

Will Travel for Food: 6 Dishes Worth Travelling For

Everyone enjoys travelling and most frequent travellers are aware that the food you eat abroad is more than likely to be the best you'll ever eat so we've put together a guide to help you combine your food and travel passions seamlessly together! Here are the 6 dishes that we think are worth travelling for...

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Thursday
Jun232016

6 Reasons to Travel In Your Own Country

When someone utters the world ‘travel’, everyone automatically thinks bout jetting off across the world but travelling within your own country can be just as exhilarating and rewarding! Here are our top six reasons for why you should spend some time exploring your native country. The grass isn’t always greener after all…

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Wednesday
Jun222016

QUIZ: What's Your Inner Insect? 

With it being National Insect Week it seemed only right to celebrate the world's incredible range of creepy crawlies. Take our quiz to find out what your 'inner' insect is:

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Monday
Jun202016

Human Impact On Climate Change Causes Extinction Of The First Mammal Species

Researchers believe that the extinction of an Australian based mammal species is the first to have been primarily caused by human influence on climate change.

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Monday
Jun202016

World Sea Turtle Day, Marine News And The Extinction Of The Bramble Cay Melomy: 14th – 20th June 2016

This week we have news relating to climate change, World Sea Turtle Day, the stranding of pilot whales, a move forwards for the Sandpiper bird species and the discovery of coral reef bright spots so it is definitely worth having a read!

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