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Okinawa Dugong

Without a doubt, this mammal is one of the most adorable creatures found in eastern oceans. Their kind nature and gentleness garner instant sympathy from any human that is lucky to witness their beauty, and these creatures need human sympathy desperately.

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Lake Urmia

The saline lakes of the world are drying. For scientists and experts this is an alarming fact, and they are constantly working to come up with solutions to combat climate change and human intervention, which rapidly devastate the environment.

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The Persian Leopard

The Alborz and Zagros mountain ranges are home to the mighty Persian leopard, the largest and rarest of its kind. Smaller populations can be found in Afghanistan,Turkmenistan, Georgia, Turkey, and the Russian North Caucasus.

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African Savanna

Botswana is considered one of the leading countries in terms of conservation efforts. Over the years it has actively fought against poaching while promoting the preservation of endangered and threatened species, particularly of black and white rhinos, elephants and the big cats, which are constantly hunted and killed for the illegal wildlife trade. 

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African Lion

El calor es abrumador. Los 38°C obligan a los habitantes de la sabana africana a buscar alguna sombra que los proteja del cruel sol; es común que con estas temperaturas se vislumbren debajo de algún árbol pelajes amarillos pardos pertenecientes al Panthera Leo Leo, mejor conocido como León Africano.

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Camargue Horse

France is renowned for its rich history and culture. Before it evolved into a sophisticated icon for art, fashion, and haute cuisine, the French territory was home to abundant natural resources and ancient species, such as the indigenous Camargue horse

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Cachalot

For many years the sperm whale was part of the seaman’s folklore and legends. Two of these tales, the first one about a whale hunter from Nantucket, Massachusetts that was attacked by one of these whales on 1820 and the second one about an albino sperm whale that prowled around the Mocha island in Chile, would inspire one of the most recognized novels of the XIX century, Moby Dick from Herman Melville.

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Under the Red Sea’s waters

In the midst of one of the most shocking situations that the world lived, after the plane crash that destroyed the Twin Towers, the decision was made, this time I would venture to go meet other waters of the world, the Red Sea.

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Red Deer, The king of the forest

The wild and indomitable nature of the deer caught the attention of the Celts during the Iron Age. An animal of sorrel antlers and a bellowing cry that could still move quietly enough to appear and disappear on it’s own accord.

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