Entries in crocodile (4)


The Strangest Looking  Species

In this article we explore the natural world’s most unusual looking creatures. We take a look at strange marine fish that walk instead of swim, prehistoric-looking antelope and more and explore the reasons why these animals have evolved their odd looks.

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EcoTourism: Are Species Benefiting? 

The rise of Ecotourism is a great conservation success story, motivating poor communities towards preserving species for profit, however, it is unclear how much frequent contact with humans affects species loved by tourists. What is the future of the ecotourism industry? Our Online Media Intern investigates.

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Science Club Weekly Round Up

We have wrestling sharks, overpowering Pythons and rescued otters for you in this week's Science Club round up. Our Science Club articles come to you from the Into the Wild team and the Research department here at London HQ. 

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Photo of the Week

So after crowning the winner of September's Volunteer Photo of the Month (congratulations to Mr Tom Bonte), we move on to October where we'll be rifling through all of the wonderful images we get sent by our volunteers to find another worthy winner!! This week's choice comes courtesy of Josephine Cross of a friend she made during her time spent volunteering on Frontier's Ghana Teaching project.

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