Entries in wildlife (137)

Monday
Jul282014

Volunteer Photo of the Week: Mary Remkus

Mary Remkus took this fantastic close-up shot of a chameleon whilst volunteering on Frontier's Madagascar Wildlife Conservation Adventure project. Vote for Mary to win Volunteer Photo of the Month for July on the Frontier Official Facebook page.

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Friday
Jul182014

The top 5 best animal architects

Gardens, cathedrals, condominiums and fashionable interiors: the animal kingdom is full of talented architects. Most of the species build up rough dens to inbreed and protect their offspring from predators; but some of them have a marked passion for design.

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Friday
Jun062014

Extinction or survival: what’s in store for the Asiatic Cheetah

Now if I were to ask you the question, where do cheetahs live? You would probably answer Africa, but did you know that the only remaining population of the Asiatic Cheetah lives in Iran?

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Thursday
Jun052014

World Environment Day 2014

World Environment Day (WED) is an annual event marked to raise global awareness for the need to take positive environmental action.

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Friday
May232014

Standing up for your rights: the dangers of environmentalism

Standing up for the environment could cost you your life; targeting of environmental campaigners has risen dramatically in the last 10 years.

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Friday
May162014

Masters of Disguise – animal camouflages that will catch you napping

Animals use the art of disguise to thrive and survive in their environment.

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Friday
Apr252014

Save the Frogs Day

Today we look at the world’s most threatened group of animals, the challenges they face and ask what can be done to save them from extinction?

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Wednesday
Jan152014

Volunteer Photo of the Week: Emma Webb

ARO Emma Webb took this fantastic photo whilst in Tanzania taking part in Frontier's Wildlife Conservation Adventure. Here she shows an insight into volunteer life researching and identifying species.

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Monday
Aug192013

Volunteer photo of the week: Rebecca Chroston

Rebecca took part in Frontier's Kenya Healthcare Internship during which she took this awesome wildlife shot!

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Wednesday
Aug142013

Resurrection of the Woolly Mammoth: is cloning ethical?

This ancient creature walked the earth tens and thousands of years ago, during a period known as the late Pleistocene, aka part of the Ice Age. Hunting and drastic environmental changes were most likely the causes of the species demise about 10,000 years ago.

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Wednesday
Aug142013

The Circle of Life – how you can help animals on the brink of extinction

A wise lion once said “Everything you see, exist together in a delicate balance, you need to understand that balance and respect all the creatures from the crawling ant to the leaping antelope. We are all connected in the great circle of life”.

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Tuesday
Aug132013

Big vs. small animals – does big mean powerful?

Sometimes, reading about the animal kingdom is like having the superhero talk.

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Monday
Jul292013

Volunteer photo of the week: Estelle Clerc

Estelle volunteered on Frontier's Namibia Carnivore Conservation Programme and took some absolutely stunning photographs. We loved this one but you can check out all of them in her volunteer photo album.

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Thursday
Jul252013

5 of the world’s best wildlife experiences

Some of travel’s most memorable moments involve witnessing the world’s most incredible wildlife. Sadly, with the endangered species and habitats list growing ever longer, we are all too aware of how precious this wildlife is.

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Tuesday
Jul232013

Dolphin displays dropped in India

India has become the largest country so far to ban dolphin shows.

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