Entries in sanctuary (4)


Shark Conservation: Why Is It Important To Protect Our Ocean  Predators?

The rise of blockbuster films such as Jaws and Sharknado and their depiction of sharks as terrifying, merciless human-killers has very much promoted an 'us vs them' mentality surrounding sharks - but are they really deserving of such an infamous reputation?

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Why the world has fallen in love with sloths

First it was the lolcats, then came the bald eagles; now make way for the advent of the sloth. Sloths have fast become an online sensation, and it’s not expected to end any time soon. But how did this start? A few pivotal moments of internet history explain the rise of the sloth image...

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Cheetah enrichment in Namibia

The Namibia Wildlife Conservation & Sanctuary project has come up with an ingenious way of keeping their cheetahs occupied - by having volunteers make false prey filled with meat treats!

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Photo of the Week

This week's Photo of the Week comes courtesy of Frontier volunteer Emma Fisher who took this excellent photo whilst on Frontier's Namibia Wildlife Conservation & Sanctuary project. We'll be asking for your favourite volunteer Photo of the Week each month, so keep an eye out on the Frontier Official Facebook page where we're also running a wildlife photography competition atm :)

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