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Why the Pantanal?

Why the Pantanal?

Natural Habitat Adventures January 7, 2017 0

In the summer of 2016, I was fortunate enough to join one of our Jaguars & Wildlife of Brazil’s Pantanal departures to explore both the northern and southern regions of the Pantanal wetlands. The

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Golden Lion Tamarin Monkeys in Brazil

Golden Lion Tamarin Monkeys in Brazil

Natural Habitat Adventures December 24, 2016 0

I love monkeys. What can I say? I think it could be a genetic thing because everyone in my family seems to have a fondness for these creatures. So it should be no surprise

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10 Watery Wetland Facts about the Pantanal

10 Watery Wetland Facts about the Pantanal

Maddi Higgins October 22, 2014 4

The Pantanal is the largest wetland in South America and the largest wetland in the world that has not been substantially modified by humans. The sheer abundance of large birds, reptiles and mammals mark

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5 Strange Species to See in the Pantanal

5 Strange Species to See in the Pantanal

Maddi Higgins September 24, 2014 0

National Geographic called Brazil’s Pantanal “the Wild Wet,” an appropriate name for a vast area of untouched wetlands teeming with wildlife. The region is home to the planet’s densest concentration of wildlife with 159

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Video: Earth in Time-Lapse

Video: Earth in Time-Lapse

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 21, 2014 7

Described as “An around-the-world journey celebrating our sacred Earth; six-years in the making … seven continents … 24 countries,” Terra Sacra—the six-minute film that you are about to see, below—is an unforgettable, time-lapse journey

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Rare ocelot found in Arizona backyard

Rare ocelot found in Arizona backyard

Wendy Redal February 10, 2011 1

That's no ordinary kitty treed by a dog in a southern Arizona backyard! This young ocelot's presence might indicate that the small population in Mexican Sonora is making its way over the border for

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Gators and turtles and rat snakes, oh my!

Gators and turtles and rat snakes, oh my!

Wendy Redal March 30, 2010 0

It was clear that a Cajun man who’d lived his whole life in South Louisiana had a better eye for spotting wildlife in a swamp than I did. “Look, there’s a barred owl, up

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Off-Setting Your Flights: A Step in the Right Direction

Off-Setting Your Flights: A Step in the Right Direction

Wendy Redal March 1, 2010 0

In a quest to open up realms of adventure far from well-trodden travel routes, Natural Habitat Expeditions covers the globe from pole to pole. From Spitsbergen and Ammassalik in the far north, to the lower

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