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Travel the world to see these species before they go extinct

December 30, 2016
Spoon-billed Sandpiper, South Carolina

The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness ~ John Muir

People travel for various reasons. Some for adventure, some for recreation and some to explore the nature. Our planet is gifted with innumerable living beings, right? No person can ever claim that s/he’s seen all of them. Have you experienced camping in the wild? If not, book your flight tickets and plan a wildlife adventure. We bet the memories will remain forever with you!

Catch a glimpse of nature’s creation from across the globe.

1. The blue-hooded euphonia is found in Costa Rica, Mexico and Panama

Blue-hooded euphonia

2. Paphiopedilum orchid flower aka Venus slipper in a park, Thailand

Paphiopedilum orchid flower

3. Giant Pandas playing in Chengdu, China

Giant Pandas

4. Black and yellow salamander in the eastern United States and Canada

Black and yellow salamander

5. Paradisaea can be spotted in Papua New Guinea


6. Ankaran Sportive Lemur in the National Park, Madagascar

Ankaran Sportive Lemur

7. Endemic lizard on the Dragon Island, Spain

Rare species of lizards

8. Female with a cub on the island of Northbrook, Chicago

Female with a cub on the island of Northbrook

9. A wild yellow-casqued hornbill at the Korup National Park, Cameroon (Central Africa)

wild yellow-casqued hornbill

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