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100 Things to do in Kenya by Jane Rogers

“If you want an adventure packed experience, then you have every reason to visit Kenya. With an unmatched wealth of game and over forty different cultures, Kenya will spoil you with an array of choices. Talk of enjoying sunny weather throughout the year while exploring the country’s natural beauty, having a chance to run along some of the world’s greatest …

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Antarctic Penguins

Penguins are popular around the world, primarily for their unusually upright, waddling gait and, compared to other birds, lack of fear of humans. Antarctic penguins have a striking black and white coat. The distinctive colours and features of each penguin species are on their heads and neck — some are black and white, some have yellow patches, and others have …

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Lone Ranger – The Blue Whale

Blue whales are the ocean’s “gentle giants.” These lightly mottled blue-grey whales with light grey or yellow-white undersides are the largest creatures known to have ever lived on Earth. Most blue whales range in length from 24-30 metres and the largest ever recorded was a gigantic 33.5 mt long. Female blue whales are up to 10 mt longer than males. …

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South Georgia Island – Ice & Isolation

Steeped in Shackleton and whaling lore, covered mostly in glaciers, South Georgia explodes with life: king, gentoo, and macaroni penguins, enormous elephant seals and a thriving fur seal population. In South Georgia, you can observe one of the world’s greatest wildlife spectacles: tens of thousands of stately king penguins on a single beach. Tourism is a major source of income …

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