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Why We Can’t Let The Worlds Animals Go Extinct

The Recurring Problem We hear it all the time, another species is going extinct. Years ago it was the gorillas, then it was a sea creature, then the elephants, every time you turn on the news you are bombarded with sad news from all around the world, and then on top of that you are hit with the news that another animal is going extinct and that you need to help. Often times the reason for this is because of mans own doing, whether it be over hunting or destroying their homes we are slowly killing off more and more species. Each time this happens there is a group that steps in and tries their best to help the species, often times they are successful, sadly sometimes they are not able to intervene and help the animal. So if this...

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Creatures to Look Out for a While Hiking in England

Going out into the wild? What out for these creatures while you wander through nature. Just a sting from them can ruin your trip! Ticks These creatures tiny in nature may seem very dangerous to have encountered with, because of its ability to cause Lyme disease from its bite. This strange disease can lead to heart attack, partial paralysis, arthritis, and many others as symptoms. More than eight people are victims of Lyme disease, Anaplasma, and Q-fever arising from tick’s bite every day in Britain. Always ensure to be careful when out on a stroll through long grass or leafy areas, as these ticks lie on greens at kneel height waiting to attach to any warm-blooded passerby. Adders Statistics have shown that Britain records around 100 adders’ bites every year. Adders’ bites can sometimes become very severe injuries causing victims...

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The Top Animal Attractions To Visit in London

The Top Animal Attractions To Visit in London

London may not seem like the top choice for nature and animal lovers, but surprisingly, there are several places to go and view animals. London is home to more animal sanctuaries than just zoos -- from city farms, animal parks and aquariums to wildlife reserves. If you’re looking to swim with the sharks, hop with the frogs, or hang out with lions, you can check it all off of your list in London. Whether you are planning a day out with your family, volunteering, or simply wanting to connect with nature and man’s best friends, there are plenty of places in London to do so. Here are the top animal attractions to visit in London. ZSL London Zoo The Zoological Society of London Zoo holds over 760 species along 36 acres of land. This zoo remains number one among the...

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