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Video of the Week: Timelapse of “The Wave” in Arizona

Video of the Week: Timelapse of “The Wave” in Arizona

Kendal Bower January 23, 2015 0

Filmed and produced by Gavin Heffernan and Harun Mehmedinovic in association with BBC Earth, Wavelight is a timelapse of The Wave, Arizona’s famed rock formation. Comprised of sandstone that hardened over time, the Wave

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Video: Fiji’s Greatest Success Story

Video: Fiji’s Greatest Success Story

Derek Ward October 20, 2014 0

Within Fiji’s volcanic heart, there lies a beautiful river and a great ecotourism success story. The Upper Navua River has been so closely tied to the local indigenous communities for generations that locals call

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Video of the Week: A Gorilla Reunion

Video of the Week: A Gorilla Reunion

Emily Deemer August 8, 2014 0

In 2010, in the jungle of Gabon, West Africa, conservationist Damian Aspinall set out to find Kwibi, a lowland gorilla he raised from birth at Howletts Wild Animal Park in England.  Five prior, when

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Video of the Week: Raju the Elephant Cries Tears of Joy after Being Rescued from 50 Years of Abuse

Video of the Week: Raju the Elephant Cries Tears of Joy after Being Rescued from 50 Years of Abuse

Emily Deemer July 11, 2014 0

Meet Raju the elephant. For the past 50 years, Raju was living in a nightmare of cruelty and suffering in Allahabad, India. He was poached when he was a young calf and cycled through

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Video of the Week: 12 At-Risk Animals to See in the Wild

Video of the Week: 12 At-Risk Animals to See in the Wild

Tania Curry May 16, 2014 3

Thanks to passionate conservationists, animals, such as tigers and black rhinos, have been brought back from the edge of extinction. Other animals, at-risk to an array of threats, get much-needed protection, too. To continue

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Bald Eagle Gets a New Beak

Bald Eagle Gets a New Beak

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 10, 2013 13

With their fierce, intense eyes, deadly claws and hooked beaks, bald eagles have adorned flags and led armies into battle throughout the ages. The national emblem of the United States since 1782—and a spiritual

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And to All a Good Night: The Snoring Hummingbird

And to All a Good Night: The Snoring Hummingbird

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 20, 2012 6

On these dark, wintry nights, you may find yourself preferring the proverbial “not a creature was stirring,” but when you hear the cute “snoring” of this creature, you just might change your mind. The

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Do Big Cats Love Catnip? Watch and Learn!

Do Big Cats Love Catnip? Watch and Learn!

James Dziezynski August 4, 2010 1

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