The slow extinction of the ‘Gentle Giants’ we know as Giraffes

Imagine the scene in a few decades time. A child is watching the popular animated film ‘Madagascar,’ which is now a classic, and laughing at Melman the Giraffe’s antics and then asks to see a…

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10 ways to be a more responsible and sustainable traveller

There are plenty of ways to travel more responsibly and sustainably which can simply be the choices that you make or small actions you decide to do, which may feel like they make a tiny…

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The impact of Social Media on Endangered Species

I am always trying to find ways to reignite the conversation about and a chance to raise awareness on the sad plight of some of the world’s magnificent animals that we are so lucky to…

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Highlighting the Plight of Rhinos

On March 19 2018 whilst Sudan, the last Northern White Rhino in the world, closed his eyes for the last time, leaving behind only two critically endangered females, his daughter and granddaughter, we woke up…

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Being mindful about animal exploitation and animal welfare when travelling

Something that I feel really strongly about is the use of animals for entertainment, performances or excursions as a form of tourist attraction. We must be kinder in the way that we treat and respect…

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