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WildLife & Safari
Here we present the greatest experiences from wildlife and safaris. All your adreline will freak you, and give you memories for the rest of your life....

Masai Mara, Kenya - Decline in the wildlife!

Continuing wildlife population declines and range contraction in the Mara region of Kenya during 1977–2009. This is based in an article first published online 20th May 2011 on the website Journal of Zoology, and it was published in the magazine The Zoological Society of London, Volume 285, Issue 2, pages 99–109, September 2011
2012-02-15 Read more

Husky dogs safari in Rovaniemi, Lapland in Finland - Get ready for a thrill adventure!

2011-12-12 Read more

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Rovaniemi, Finland - Fun on snow by husky driving - Part 2 of 2!

Husky driving has become a popular winter recreation and sport in northern Finland. There are two main qualities that are expected of sled dogs: endurance and speed. The dogs are trained for different purposes. Racing sled dogs will travel up to an average 20 mph (32 km/h) over distances up to 25 mi (40 km). That`s what I call real fun on snow!
2011-09-26 Read more

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Rovaniemi, Finland - Fun on snow by husky driving - Part 1 of 2!

Soon time to do it again. Last Christmas (2010) I jumped on a sledge and experienced the high speed and exhilaration of a husky drive in Finland`s wilderness. I was highly inspired by the novel The Call of the Wild, written by the American author Jack London. Dog sledging is really something for they who like to have fun on snow.
2011-09-16 Read more

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Bambi, roe deer, Moss, Norway – A beautiful visitor in my garden!

Moss, Mosseskogen, in Norway, has a fairytale landscape with a rich wildlife. And like many other places in Norway, people live in harmony with the nature. Sometimes wild animals emerge from the dense forest and search for food in my neighborhood. The most beautiful of them all are the white tailed roe deer, made legendary by Walt Disney and popularly called Bambi.
2011-03-01 Read more

The hippopotamus, hippo - The most danger animal for humans!

Before I went to Africa for the first time, I was really convinced that lions, crocodiles, lepards and cheetas were the most danger animals for humans. Of course I feared small animals like snakes and scorpions, and the biggest animal elephant. After I noticed stats about which animals who were killing most people, I had to reconsider my understanding: it was the hippopotamus, also populary called Hippo!
2011-02-08 Read more

Wolf observed walking around in Oslo!

Experts are agreed: the observations and photo show a wolf, and he is walking around in the Norwegian capital Oslo. This is the big news now in Norway. People discuss what they are going to do with the wolf. Who takes the Wolf's point of view? The major in the county wants to remove the wolf, but other wants to keep in the city.
2009-12-04 Read more

Can humans learn from animals?

Super swarms is a documentary showing how animals swarms destroy for humans. They create a super-organism of incredible power. They attack our food, supplies, immobilise our transport systems, undermine our cities and even attack our energy supplies. This is a world of secret communication where individuals unite as one. It could be a big threat for us, but can we also find something useful by getting insight in they way the swarms behave?
2009-08-26 Read more

Svalbard, Norway - The land of polar bears!

Svalbard is Norway’s Arctic archipelago, described by National Geographic as the Ice Paradise. It become famous recently after the discovery of a dinosaur. In the coming magazine April 2009 of National Geographic you can read about the magazine`s journey under the midnight sun and admire Svalbard's nature in its purest form.
2009-03-26 Read more

Battle at Kruger - Watch the amazing video!

A herd of thirsty buffalo approach the waterhole. Suddenly some lions attack the buffalo, and few seconds later a crocodile emerge from the waterhole. Then the battle started for real! This amazing incident was filmed in 2004 in Kruger National Park in South Africa. Watch the video here!
2009-03-21 Read more

Wildlife Conservation Society Discovers Planet of the Apes - Northern Republic of Congo!

New Census Shows Massive Gorilla Population in Northern Republic of Congo! This is great news for gorillas—new figures double all previous estimates. The world’s population of critically endangered western lowland gorillas received a huge boost today when the Wildlife Conservation Society released a census showing massive numbers of these secretive great apes alive and well in the Republic of Congo.
2008-08-07 Read more

Finland and Russia - Wildlife experiences in the green belt of Fennoscandia!

The green belt is a result of an established cooperation between Finland and Russia in order to preserve nature reserves. Many parts of this green belt consist of unspoilt natural forests and marshes, where bears, wolves, wild forest reindeer and other rare animals still roam undisturbed.
2008-07-18 Read more

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Finland wildlife - Wild Taiga chosen as the country`s emerging tourist destination!

In the Destination of Excellence in Finland (DEEF) competition, Wild Taiga has been selected as Finland`s emerging tourist destination 2008, highlighting the local culture and way of life. In this region there are great opportunities for observation of bears, uncommon species of birds, rare mammals like flying squirrel or carnivores like wolverines.
2008-07-16 Read more

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Maranon Valley, Peru - Coex Amazon help you to get in contact with Indians and explore lost wonders in the jungle!

The tour operator Coex Amazon, Lima, Peru, offers trekking in the Maranon valley to the lost but very idyllic mountain town of Chachapoyas. Here you can admire one of Peru`s biggest ancient wonders, the 2000 year old town fortress of Kuelap. On the way you will get in touch with Indians living in their traditional way. This tour is for genuine adventurers who want to experience something special. Are you ready for the off beaten tracks in Peru?
2008-03-05 Read more

Peru, UNESCO World Heritage List – Amazing wonders well worth to preserve for the future!

The City of Cuzco, Machu Picchu, Manu National Park, the Sacred City of Caral, the Great Inka Trail, the Nasca Lines and many other sites are inscribed on the UNESCO`s World Heritage List. Peru has a remarkably rich cultural heritage, ancient monuments, huge mysteries, extensive wild life, stunning landscapes from high mountains, deep valleys, dense jungles, beautiful lakes to coastal desert, and deep rooted colonial and indigenous traditions.
2008-02-05 Read more



Meeting the Mudmen
in Papua New Guinea

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