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How to Get around the 3 Common Hassles of Travelling
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How to Get around the 3 Common Hassles of Travelling

For many people, thinking about the difficulties that they might face on the way to their destination can be stressful enough on its own. Fortunately, there’s a way to turn this anxious energy into a positive experience. Instead of simply focusing on how things can go wrong while you’re travelling, you can anticipate these challenges,...

Project Update from Garamba
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Project Update from Garamba

In 2020 we partnered with African Parks to support genomic reference work in Central Africa including Garamba National Park in the DRC and Chinko in Central African Republic. The work is ongoing and covers a range of species from giraffes and elephants to carnivores. You can find out more about the project here. Findings from...

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Essay on Endangered Animals: 10 Tips to Write a Good Paper

Writing essays is like a journey into your mind. You will use your willpower, brainstorm ideas, structure them, and fill your paper with a flow of thoughts. You will also need some good writing techniques to help you. For example let’s choose an example of writing a paper on endangered animals; how to approach it...

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Focus for Survival Update
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Focus for Survival Update

For this year’s Focus for Survival, we are delighted to partner with Bradt Guides, the world’s leading independent travel publisher. We would love this year’s entries to reflect our partnership with Bradt and to showcase many different corners of the world. You can enter up to 3 images in each category. There are two categories...

Sketch for Survival Just Got Even Better
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Sketch for Survival Just Got Even Better

As well as being exhibited at Oxo Tower Wharf, the artists short-listed for either The Wildlife 100 or Wild Spaces Artist of the Year Awards will now have the opportunity to produce a small commercial collection to be sold by Explorers Against Extinction at events and on our shiny new site dedicated to promoting conservation...