Omo the tanzanian white giraffe

A stunning Dr Derek Lee, founder and scientist at the Wild Nature Institute of Tanzania, was the first one who spotted this white giraffe called then Omo, in Tarangire National Park in 2015. “Omo appears to get along with the other giraffes, she has always been seen with a large group of normally coloured giraffe [...]
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Travelling by plane after the Coronavirus

A comfortable chair to travel safely and leave the fear of coronavirus infection behind. Even before all the flights were closed, one question that everyone was asking each other was, "When can we start travelling again?" We don't have that answer yet, but a new question has arisen: "How will we travel?". In mid-April Emirates [...]
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Emirates apply quick Covid-19 test for passengers

Dubai, UAE, 15 April 2020 - Flight from Dubai to Tunisia - Group Check-in area of Dubai International Airport Terminal 3 Adel Al Redha, Emirates Chief Operating Officer: “The testing process has gone smoothly and we would like to take this opportunity to thank the Dubai Health Authority for their initiatives and innovative solutions. This [...]
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Zebra and Donkey = Zonkey

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on whatsapp Caregivers at the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, an animal rescue and rehabilitation organization, at the Chyulu Hills National Park in Kenya found a zebra with a peculiar-looking foal by her side. It had stripes, but they weren’t dark and barely covered her body.When they examined the foal […]

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Pablo Escobar’s Hyppos

Today we want to report you the incredible story that the magazine Orix and from the blog Lifeasap brought to our attention of the narco-trafficker Pablo Escobar's hippos Hippopotamus amphibius brought to Colombia and now widespread in the Magdalena River basin. In 1981 four hippos, three females and a male, arrived at the Hacienda Nápoles, [...]
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