Saving a sloth's life in Costa Rica
Happy Coconuts Travel Blog (BEST OF)
Restful Buck by enorte
The New Captivity: Wild but Not Free Wildlife tourism threatens manatees and dolphins as people get too close to marine mammals.
Only when the last of the animals horns,tusks,skin and bones are sold,will Mankind realize that money can never buy back our wildlife. Wild at Heart.
Something Once Said
The flamingo, you've probably seen one at the zoo, their starting to get endangered, keep them here.
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At current poaching rates, elephants, rhinos and other African wildlife may be gone within 10 years. Don’t let Africa’s majestic wildlife become history - African Wildlife Foundation - www.awf.org
Endangered Species Board
the Big Five Series Brian Jarvi
Tourists will travel great distances for the chance to not only to see a wild animal, but also interact with it. Elephant rides, dolphin shows and tig...