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  • [Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Part 1]
Recently I had the privilege to experience the #6 best zoo in North America, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, with top notch conservation and public outreach practices. Notable highlights for me were the up close giraffe feedings, the Bird and Reptile House, and Quarters for Conservation. 
The Reptile House was specifically designed to diminish reptile fears and help guests gain an appreciation of these amazing animals through aesthetics versus traditional science-based facts.
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#reptiles #herpetology #conservation #endangered #cheyennemountainzoo
  • [Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Part 1]
    Recently I had the privilege to experience the #6 best zoo in North America, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, with top notch conservation and public outreach practices. Notable highlights for me were the up close giraffe feedings, the Bird and Reptile House, and Quarters for Conservation.
    The Reptile House was specifically designed to diminish reptile fears and help guests gain an appreciation of these amazing animals through aesthetics versus traditional science-based facts.
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    #reptiles #herpetology #conservation #endangered #cheyennemountainzoo
  •  9  1  25 May, 2019
  • #STOPCAPTIVITY Repost via @karmagawa “Remember the video we posted earlier this week of the disgustingly abusive training of baby bears? Well, it’s for “entertainment” at circuses like this and we can actually stop the madness by educating people about this problem and getting them not to attend circuses that have abused animals anymore! That last bear video got over 1 million views in just a few days and we received thousands of DMs from people who told us they’d never go to the circus again now that they know the truth so we’re really reaching people to help end these barbaric practices, but we’re just getting started. Now we need your help in also sharing this video with your followers and tagging people in the comments who need to see it in order to help us spread EVEN MORE awareness about this animal abuse so we can put an end to it! Remember, many of the battles we fight to save #endangeredspecies are multi-year campaigns with no easy fixes in sight, this is different because this #animalabuse ONLY happens because of people going to the circus and not knowing about detestable practices used to train these bears...we can fix that and educate EVERYONE and put a stop to this once and for all! Please join the fight and share this video because these bears deserve better...thank you @peta and @international_animal_rescue for your work to save the bears! #savethebears #protectanimals #karmagawa”
  • #STOPCAPTIVITY Repost via @karmagawa “Remember the video we posted earlier this week of the disgustingly abusive training of baby bears? Well, it’s for “entertainment” at circuses like this and we can actually stop the madness by educating people about this problem and getting them not to attend circuses that have abused animals anymore! That last bear video got over 1 million views in just a few days and we received thousands of DMs from people who told us they’d never go to the circus again now that they know the truth so we’re really reaching people to help end these barbaric practices, but we’re just getting started. Now we need your help in also sharing this video with your followers and tagging people in the comments who need to see it in order to help us spread EVEN MORE awareness about this animal abuse so we can put an end to it! Remember, many of the battles we fight to save #endangeredspecies are multi-year campaigns with no easy fixes in sight, this is different because this #animalabuse ONLY happens because of people going to the circus and not knowing about detestable practices used to train these bears...we can fix that and educate EVERYONE and put a stop to this once and for all! Please join the fight and share this video because these bears deserve better...thank you @peta and @international_animal_rescue for your work to save the bears! #savethebears #protectanimals #karmagawa
  •  244  53  25 May, 2019

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  • This is what I got up to yesterday 😍 Such an incredible experience swimming with wild whale sharks. Although I got sea sick on the boat and was on the verge on throwing up, it was totally worth it!!❤
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These gentle giants are the largest fish in the ocean. Unfortunately, whale sharks are endangered and face a high risk of extinction due to impacts of fisheries, by-catching, microplastic pollution and hunting. There is approximately 7100 of these magnificent creatures left in our ocean 😔 •
Keep our ocean blue, our planet green and animals safe ❤
#veganfortheplanet #veganfortheanimals
  • This is what I got up to yesterday 😍 Such an incredible experience swimming with wild whale sharks. Although I got sea sick on the boat and was on the verge on throwing up, it was totally worth it!!❤

    These gentle giants are the largest fish in the ocean. Unfortunately, whale sharks are endangered and face a high risk of extinction due to impacts of fisheries, by-catching, microplastic pollution and hunting. There is approximately 7100 of these magnificent creatures left in our ocean 😔 •
    Keep our ocean blue, our planet green and animals safe ❤
    #veganfortheplanet #veganfortheanimals
  •  38  4  25 May, 2019

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  • One of the Turks and Caicos rock iguanas I saw while visiting Turks and Caicos a few weeks ago. These iguanas are listed by the IUCN as critically endangered. Some of the iguanas had small identifiers attached them for the scientists who monitor and study the iguanas on the island. They are color coded beads to allow scientists to identify individual iguanas.
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#Iguana #Lizard #Reptile #conservation #TravelLearnSaveTheWorld #turksandcaicos #island #travel #endangered
  • One of the Turks and Caicos rock iguanas I saw while visiting Turks and Caicos a few weeks ago. These iguanas are listed by the IUCN as critically endangered. Some of the iguanas had small identifiers attached them for the scientists who monitor and study the iguanas on the island. They are color coded beads to allow scientists to identify individual iguanas.
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    #Iguana #Lizard #Reptile #conservation #TravelLearnSaveTheWorld #turksandcaicos #island #travel #endangered
  •  6  0  25 May, 2019
  • We don't always need to be loud, need to be laughing, need to be walking. Its okay to just be silent.... and listen...
  • We don't always need to be loud, need to be laughing, need to be walking. Its okay to just be silent.... and listen...
  •  85  2  25 May, 2019
  • @bonecollector6 stopped by the shop earlier to cop some kicks for the court. Appreciate you coming through as always. Peace to the Dena Legend.
#Endangeredla
  • @bonecollector6 stopped by the shop earlier to cop some kicks for the court. Appreciate you coming through as always. Peace to the Dena Legend.
    #Endangeredla
  •  220  7  25 May, 2019
  • The Giraffe Centre is 30 Min drive away from Nairobi City, its located in Langata. This centre was set up for breeding the endangered Rothschild giraffe but it now operates a conservation/education program for Kenyan school children and tourists.

This is a famous tourist spot, the queue is very long so get ready to go on time and take a face cap so the sun doesn’t scourge you while you wait your turn to pay for your ticket(s) but there are different species of trees and flowers, they serve as shade. The centre opens from 9am to 5pm, 7 days a week, remember to take a valid identification card and your credit card cos they don’t accept cash. After you purchase your tickets, you enter the gate and then proceed to collect food (pellets) to feed the giraffe on the elevated platform meant for tourist to meet the resident giraffes face to face and hand feed them. They have long tongues which is very moist, you can decide to get a kiss from the giraffes by putting the food on your lips and taking it close to them, they are such friendly creatures but be careful not to annoy them cos you can get a headbutt.

I loved every part of my visit cos I got to overcome my fear, move close and feed the world’s tallest giraffe and I loved every part of it. You can come prepared to have a picnic as a family or a getaway spot for lovers, the atmosphere is serene, filled with clean fresh air and there is a spot to get coffee and snacks. You can find other animals in this centre, they coexist.

I recommend this unique place to see and chill; you get to feed, learn, handle and even kiss the tallest animal species; giraffe. Kenya is home to 3 subspecies of giraffes: Reticulated, Maasai and Rothschild. This centre is home to the Rothschild's.

Don’t forget to follow @tourwithswagger and @gbogbo_swagger for more updates

Life is beautiful... Take a trip!!! #giraffecentre #wildlife #endangered #kenya #nairobi #park #tourwithswagger #nature #trees #vacay #traveler #traveldiaries #vacation #tourist #giraffe #feed #gbogboswagger #tour #flowers #animals #naturephotography #natgeowild #shortvideo
  • The Giraffe Centre is 30 Min drive away from Nairobi City, its located in Langata. This centre was set up for breeding the endangered Rothschild giraffe but it now operates a conservation/education program for Kenyan school children and tourists.

    This is a famous tourist spot, the queue is very long so get ready to go on time and take a face cap so the sun doesn’t scourge you while you wait your turn to pay for your ticket(s) but there are different species of trees and flowers, they serve as shade. The centre opens from 9am to 5pm, 7 days a week, remember to take a valid identification card and your credit card cos they don’t accept cash. After you purchase your tickets, you enter the gate and then proceed to collect food (pellets) to feed the giraffe on the elevated platform meant for tourist to meet the resident giraffes face to face and hand feed them. They have long tongues which is very moist, you can decide to get a kiss from the giraffes by putting the food on your lips and taking it close to them, they are such friendly creatures but be careful not to annoy them cos you can get a headbutt.

    I loved every part of my visit cos I got to overcome my fear, move close and feed the world’s tallest giraffe and I loved every part of it. You can come prepared to have a picnic as a family or a getaway spot for lovers, the atmosphere is serene, filled with clean fresh air and there is a spot to get coffee and snacks. You can find other animals in this centre, they coexist.

    I recommend this unique place to see and chill; you get to feed, learn, handle and even kiss the tallest animal species; giraffe. Kenya is home to 3 subspecies of giraffes: Reticulated, Maasai and Rothschild. This centre is home to the Rothschild's.

    Don’t forget to follow @tourwithswagger and @gbogbo_swagger for more updates

    Life is beautiful... Take a trip!!! #giraffecentre #wildlife #endangered #kenya #nairobi #park #tourwithswagger #nature #trees #vacay #traveler #traveldiaries #vacation #tourist #giraffe #feed #gbogboswagger #tour #flowers #animals #naturephotography #natgeowild #shortvideo
  •  11  0  25 May, 2019
  • “I hope anyone watching this, refuses to turn a blind eye to the challenges our planet is face with. Even though a problem may seem too big, may feel too far away but if your heart is drawn to an issue, any issue, you tackle it anyway and do your part as a citizen of this planet.” - Sam Potter 🌍🐘🦏🐅🐋 Video by @captainpotter 
Via @savethereef @karmagawa
  • “I hope anyone watching this, refuses to turn a blind eye to the challenges our planet is face with. Even though a problem may seem too big, may feel too far away but if your heart is drawn to an issue, any issue, you tackle it anyway and do your part as a citizen of this planet.” - Sam Potter 🌍🐘🦏🐅🐋 Video by @captainpotter
    Via @savethereef @karmagawa
  •  35  2  24 May, 2019
  • The Giraffe Centre is 30 Min drive away from Nairobi City, its located in Langata. This centre was set up for breeding the endangered Rothschild giraffe but it now operates a conservation/education program for Kenyan school children and tourists.

This is a famous tourist spot, the queue is very long so get ready to go on time and take a face cap so the sun doesn’t scourge you while you wait your turn to pay for your ticket(s) but there are different species of trees and flowers, they serve as shade. The centre opens from 9am to 5pm, 7 days a week, remember to take a valid identification card and your credit card cos they don’t accept cash. After you purchase your tickets, you enter the gate and then proceed to collect food (pellets) to feed the giraffe on the elevated platform meant for tourist to meet the resident giraffes face to face and hand feed them. They have long tongues which is very moist, you can decide to get a kiss from the giraffes by putting the food on your lips and taking it close to them, they are such friendly creatures but be careful not to annoy them cos you can get a headbutt.

I loved every part of my visit cos I got to overcome my fear, move close and feed the world’s tallest giraffe and I loved every part of it. You can come prepared to have a picnic as a family or a getaway spot for lovers, the atmosphere is serene, filled with clean fresh air and there is a spot to get coffee and snacks. You can find other animals in this centre, they coexist.

I recommend this unique place to see and chill; you get to feed, learn, handle and even kiss the tallest animal species; giraffe. Kenya is home to 3 subspecies of giraffes: Reticulated, Maasai and Rothschild. This centre is home to the Rothschild's.

Don’t forget to follow @tourwithswagger and @gbogbo_swagger for more updates

Life is beautiful... Take a trip!!! #giraffecentre #wildlife #endangered #kenya #nairobi #park #tourwithswagger #nature #trees #vacay #traveler #traveldiaries #vacation #tourist #giraffe #feed #gbogboswagger #tour #flowers #animals #naturephotography #natgeowild #shortvideo
  • The Giraffe Centre is 30 Min drive away from Nairobi City, its located in Langata. This centre was set up for breeding the endangered Rothschild giraffe but it now operates a conservation/education program for Kenyan school children and tourists.

    This is a famous tourist spot, the queue is very long so get ready to go on time and take a face cap so the sun doesn’t scourge you while you wait your turn to pay for your ticket(s) but there are different species of trees and flowers, they serve as shade. The centre opens from 9am to 5pm, 7 days a week, remember to take a valid identification card and your credit card cos they don’t accept cash. After you purchase your tickets, you enter the gate and then proceed to collect food (pellets) to feed the giraffe on the elevated platform meant for tourist to meet the resident giraffes face to face and hand feed them. They have long tongues which is very moist, you can decide to get a kiss from the giraffes by putting the food on your lips and taking it close to them, they are such friendly creatures but be careful not to annoy them cos you can get a headbutt.

    I loved every part of my visit cos I got to overcome my fear, move close and feed the world’s tallest giraffe and I loved every part of it. You can come prepared to have a picnic as a family or a getaway spot for lovers, the atmosphere is serene, filled with clean fresh air and there is a spot to get coffee and snacks. You can find other animals in this centre, they coexist.

    I recommend this unique place to see and chill; you get to feed, learn, handle and even kiss the tallest animal species; giraffe. Kenya is home to 3 subspecies of giraffes: Reticulated, Maasai and Rothschild. This centre is home to the Rothschild's.

    Don’t forget to follow @tourwithswagger and @gbogbo_swagger for more updates

    Life is beautiful... Take a trip!!! #giraffecentre #wildlife #endangered #kenya #nairobi #park #tourwithswagger #nature #trees #vacay #traveler #traveldiaries #vacation #tourist #giraffe #feed #gbogboswagger #tour #flowers #animals #naturephotography #natgeowild #shortvideo
  •  15  2  24 May, 2019
  • There were some enquires as to why we're selling the buffaloes and what their new owner is going to do with them. So we have a game reserve with lots of game and open space probably 5000 hectares and it's not open to the public. And in order to pay for all the costs to maintain it we have to breed with buffaloes and sell them to get income and make sure the other animals are well taken care of and a portion of the money also goes to having our rhinos looked after as they are on a different farm with high security. It's not because we want to sell them it's because otherwise we have to sell our reserve. The farmers we sell to we know very well and that's why they also have buffaloes to get income for the rest of their farm. These buffaloes are well taken care of and are very happy. Ours are in a hers of 50 and have an area of 250 hectares. We have more than one camp for them so that they have enough grass to eat. These buffaloes are very happy and relaxed. The only difference from a normal herd is that we take out the young bulls and move them to the main 5000 hectare area in order to prevent fighting and ultimately death. These buffaloes are my dads life, he's constantly checking that they're okay and well looked after. He absolutely adores them and has a huge amount of respect for them. Please drop a comment or dm me if there are any other questions you'd like answered❤️
💘 Follow @rhinoceros__gram for more 😉

Comment below if You like this 💕 😝  credit  @rhino_awareness 💘 Tag your friends 👇

#endangered #awesomeanimals #zoolife #wildanimals #zooanimals #mammal #endangeredspecies #instarhinos #rhinosofinstagram
  • There were some enquires as to why we're selling the buffaloes and what their new owner is going to do with them. So we have a game reserve with lots of game and open space probably 5000 hectares and it's not open to the public. And in order to pay for all the costs to maintain it we have to breed with buffaloes and sell them to get income and make sure the other animals are well taken care of and a portion of the money also goes to having our rhinos looked after as they are on a different farm with high security. It's not because we want to sell them it's because otherwise we have to sell our reserve. The farmers we sell to we know very well and that's why they also have buffaloes to get income for the rest of their farm. These buffaloes are well taken care of and are very happy. Ours are in a hers of 50 and have an area of 250 hectares. We have more than one camp for them so that they have enough grass to eat. These buffaloes are very happy and relaxed. The only difference from a normal herd is that we take out the young bulls and move them to the main 5000 hectare area in order to prevent fighting and ultimately death. These buffaloes are my dads life, he's constantly checking that they're okay and well looked after. He absolutely adores them and has a huge amount of respect for them. Please drop a comment or dm me if there are any other questions you'd like answered❤️
    💘 Follow @rhinoceros__gram for more 😉

    Comment below if You like this 💕 😝 credit @rhino_awareness 💘 Tag your friends 👇

    #endangered #awesomeanimals #zoolife #wildanimals #zooanimals #mammal #endangeredspecies #instarhinos #rhinosofinstagram
  •  48  0  24 May, 2019
  • The Giraffe Centre is 30 Min drive away from Nairobi City, its located in Langata. This centre was set up for breeding the endangered Rothschild giraffe but it now operates a conservation/education program for Kenyan school children and tourists.

This is a famous tourist spot, the queue is very long so get ready to go on time and take a face cap so the sun doesn’t scourge you while you wait your turn to pay for your ticket(s) but there are different species of trees and flowers, they serve as shade. The centre opens from 9am to 5pm, 7 days a week, remember to take a valid identification card and your credit card cos they don’t accept cash. After you purchase your tickets, you enter the gate and then proceed to collect food (pellets) to feed the giraffe on the elevated platform meant for tourist to meet the resident giraffes face to face and hand feed them. They have long tongues which is very moist, you can decide to get a kiss from the giraffes by putting the food on your lips and taking it close to them, they are such friendly creatures but be careful not to annoy them cos you can get a headbutt.

I loved every part of my visit cos I got to overcome my fear, move close and feed the world’s tallest giraffe and I loved every part of it. You can come prepared to have a picnic as a family or a getaway spot for lovers, the atmosphere is serene, filled with clean fresh air and there is a spot to get coffee and snacks. You can find other animals in this centre, they coexist.

I recommend this unique place to see and chill; you get to feed, learn, handle and even kiss the tallest animal species; giraffe. Kenya is home to 3 subspecies of giraffes: Reticulated, Maasai and Rothschild. This centre is home to the Rothschild's.

Don’t forget to follow @tourwithswagger and @gbogbo_swagger for more updates

Life is beautiful... Take a trip!!! #giraffecentre #wildlife #endangered #kenya #nairobi #park #tourwithswagger #nature #trees #vacay #traveler #traveldiaries #vacation #tourist #giraffe #feed #gbogboswagger #tour #flowers #animals #naturephotography #natgeowild #shortvideo
  • The Giraffe Centre is 30 Min drive away from Nairobi City, its located in Langata. This centre was set up for breeding the endangered Rothschild giraffe but it now operates a conservation/education program for Kenyan school children and tourists.

    This is a famous tourist spot, the queue is very long so get ready to go on time and take a face cap so the sun doesn’t scourge you while you wait your turn to pay for your ticket(s) but there are different species of trees and flowers, they serve as shade. The centre opens from 9am to 5pm, 7 days a week, remember to take a valid identification card and your credit card cos they don’t accept cash. After you purchase your tickets, you enter the gate and then proceed to collect food (pellets) to feed the giraffe on the elevated platform meant for tourist to meet the resident giraffes face to face and hand feed them. They have long tongues which is very moist, you can decide to get a kiss from the giraffes by putting the food on your lips and taking it close to them, they are such friendly creatures but be careful not to annoy them cos you can get a headbutt.

    I loved every part of my visit cos I got to overcome my fear, move close and feed the world’s tallest giraffe and I loved every part of it. You can come prepared to have a picnic as a family or a getaway spot for lovers, the atmosphere is serene, filled with clean fresh air and there is a spot to get coffee and snacks. You can find other animals in this centre, they coexist.

    I recommend this unique place to see and chill; you get to feed, learn, handle and even kiss the tallest animal species; giraffe. Kenya is home to 3 subspecies of giraffes: Reticulated, Maasai and Rothschild. This centre is home to the Rothschild's.

    Don’t forget to follow @tourwithswagger and @gbogbo_swagger for more updates

    Life is beautiful... Take a trip!!! #giraffecentre #wildlife #endangered #kenya #nairobi #park #tourwithswagger #nature #trees #vacay #traveler #traveldiaries #vacation #tourist #giraffe #feed #gbogboswagger #tour #flowers #animals #naturephotography #natgeowild #shortvideo
  •  13  0  24 May, 2019
  • The Giraffe Centre is 30 Min drive away from Nairobi City, its located in Langata. This centre was set up for breeding the endangered Rothschild giraffe but it now operates a conservation/education program for Kenyan school children and tourists.

This is a famous tourist spot, the queue is very long so get ready to go on time and take a face cap so the sun doesn’t scourge you while you wait your turn to pay for your ticket(s) but there are different species of trees and flowers, they serve as shade. The centre opens from 9am to 5pm, 7 days a week, remember to take a valid identification card and your credit card cos they don’t accept cash. After you purchase your tickets, you enter the gate and then proceed to collect food (pellets) to feed the giraffe on the elevated platform meant for tourist to meet the resident giraffes face to face and hand feed them. They have long tongues which is very moist, you can decide to get a kiss from the giraffes by putting the food on your lips and taking it close to them, they are such friendly creatures but be careful not to annoy them cos you can get a headbutt.

I loved every part of my visit cos I got to overcome my fear, move close and feed the world’s tallest giraffe and I loved every part of it. You can come prepared to have a picnic as a family or a getaway spot for lovers, the atmosphere is serene, filled with clean fresh air and there is a spot to get coffee and snacks. You can find other animals in this centre, they coexist.

I recommend this unique place to see and chill; you get to feed, learn, handle and even kiss the tallest animal species; giraffe. Kenya is home to 3 subspecies of giraffes: Reticulated, Maasai and Rothschild. This centre is home to the Rothschild's.

Don’t forget to follow @tourwithswagger and @gbogbo_swagger for more updates

Life is beautiful... Take a trip!!! #giraffecentre #wildlife #endangered #kenya #nairobi #park #tourwithswagger #nature #trees #vacay #traveler #traveldiaries #vacation #tourist #giraffe #feed #gbogboswagger #tour #flowers #animals #naturephotography #natgeowild #shortvideo
  • The Giraffe Centre is 30 Min drive away from Nairobi City, its located in Langata. This centre was set up for breeding the endangered Rothschild giraffe but it now operates a conservation/education program for Kenyan school children and tourists.

    This is a famous tourist spot, the queue is very long so get ready to go on time and take a face cap so the sun doesn’t scourge you while you wait your turn to pay for your ticket(s) but there are different species of trees and flowers, they serve as shade. The centre opens from 9am to 5pm, 7 days a week, remember to take a valid identification card and your credit card cos they don’t accept cash. After you purchase your tickets, you enter the gate and then proceed to collect food (pellets) to feed the giraffe on the elevated platform meant for tourist to meet the resident giraffes face to face and hand feed them. They have long tongues which is very moist, you can decide to get a kiss from the giraffes by putting the food on your lips and taking it close to them, they are such friendly creatures but be careful not to annoy them cos you can get a headbutt.

    I loved every part of my visit cos I got to overcome my fear, move close and feed the world’s tallest giraffe and I loved every part of it. You can come prepared to have a picnic as a family or a getaway spot for lovers, the atmosphere is serene, filled with clean fresh air and there is a spot to get coffee and snacks. You can find other animals in this centre, they coexist.

    I recommend this unique place to see and chill; you get to feed, learn, handle and even kiss the tallest animal species; giraffe. Kenya is home to 3 subspecies of giraffes: Reticulated, Maasai and Rothschild. This centre is home to the Rothschild's.

    Don’t forget to follow @tourwithswagger and @gbogbo_swagger for more updates

    Life is beautiful... Take a trip!!! #giraffecentre #wildlife #endangered #kenya #nairobi #park #tourwithswagger #nature #trees #vacay #traveler #traveldiaries #vacation #tourist #giraffe #feed #gbogboswagger #tour #flowers #animals #naturephotography #natgeowild #shortvideo
  •  13  1  24 May, 2019
  • Peekaboo! With all the recent rain in the central highlands the nailtails are finally starting to breed again. This little lady is almost big enough to permanently leave the pouch 😍
  • Peekaboo! With all the recent rain in the central highlands the nailtails are finally starting to breed again. This little lady is almost big enough to permanently leave the pouch 😍
  •  79  8  24 May, 2019
  • This Koala and her Handler. I saw a job opp for this posi. Think I could do it? Would bloody love to! Amazing work @australiazoo
Well done.
  • This Koala and her Handler. I saw a job opp for this posi. Think I could do it? Would bloody love to! Amazing work @australiazoo
    Well done.
  •  14  2  24 May, 2019
  • "Polar Bear" (02/2019) Another piece in my study of endangered species.  Artist: @JimHubel_Art.
  • "Polar Bear" (02/2019) Another piece in my study of endangered species. Artist: @JimHubel_Art.
  •  133  1  24 May, 2019

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  • La saison des naissances vient de débuter chez les saïmiris ! Pour l'instant, un petit est né et reste fermement accroché sur le dos de ses parents ! 🐒
  • La saison des naissances vient de débuter chez les saïmiris ! Pour l'instant, un petit est né et reste fermement accroché sur le dos de ses parents ! 🐒
  •  544  5  24 May, 2019

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  • An old man walking the beach one morning after a storm, saw in the distance a young lady throwing starfish into the ocean. The old man asked "Young lady, why are you throwing starfish into the ocean?" "The sun is up and the tide is going out, if I don't they will die," she said. "But young lady, there are many miles of beach and thousands of starfish, you cannot possibly make a difference." The young lady listened politely, bent down, picked up another starfish and threw it into the ocean. "It made a difference for that one!

The belief that WE cannot make a difference is a limiting construct born from a limited awareness.

To expand our awareness is to expand our entire being, and therefore our power to influence that which we perceive as outside of ourselves.

The subjective mind may only percieve itself, and so, this enchanting creature is no more than an enchanting reflection of ourSelves!

We may not be able to go to the beach and throw starfish back into the ocean, but we can support the people who do:

@africanpangolinconservation

We're not saving the Pangolin, we're saving ourSelves. It may be too late to save this precious soul, but there are still thousands of Pangolin we can save!

1 million R10 donations - the countdown has begun.

Go to www.africanpangolin.org and donate just R10 / $1 using the reference: 1mR10

Thanks for saving me, and shot for looking! @maverick_gareth
Everyone counts! 💙
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  • An old man walking the beach one morning after a storm, saw in the distance a young lady throwing starfish into the ocean. The old man asked "Young lady, why are you throwing starfish into the ocean?" "The sun is up and the tide is going out, if I don't they will die," she said. "But young lady, there are many miles of beach and thousands of starfish, you cannot possibly make a difference." The young lady listened politely, bent down, picked up another starfish and threw it into the ocean. "It made a difference for that one!

    The belief that WE cannot make a difference is a limiting construct born from a limited awareness.

    To expand our awareness is to expand our entire being, and therefore our power to influence that which we perceive as outside of ourselves.

    The subjective mind may only percieve itself, and so, this enchanting creature is no more than an enchanting reflection of ourSelves!

    We may not be able to go to the beach and throw starfish back into the ocean, but we can support the people who do:

    @africanpangolinconservation

    We're not saving the Pangolin, we're saving ourSelves. It may be too late to save this precious soul, but there are still thousands of Pangolin we can save!

    1 million R10 donations - the countdown has begun.

    Go to www.africanpangolin.org and donate just R10 / $1 using the reference: 1mR10

    Thanks for saving me, and shot for looking! @maverick_gareth
    Everyone counts! 💙
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