Category Archive: Conservation Issues

Keep up to date on critical nature conservation issues that are threatening the earth. Our topics range from rhino poaching to whale conservation and of course the ocean. Our aim is to share information to our clients and so hopefully spread the awareness of the major problems our planet is facing. Maybe even come to try and understand the physche of the species called humans and why they are focused on destroying something so wonderful. Insanity if you ask me.

Oct 28

Killer whale flings harbor seal 60 feet into the air

Killer whale flings harbor seal 60 feet into the air A transient killer whale known as T069C appears to have set an unofficial world record for seal tossing, by using its tail fluke to fling a harbor seal an astonishing 60 feet into the air off Port Angeles, Washington.    (The height is listed at …

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Feb 13

photographer punched by drunk Gorilla

Photographer punched by ‘drunk’ gorilla Christophe Courteau’s harrowing encounter occurs in a Rwanda rainforest, where mountain gorillas often get drunk on fermented bamboo; ‘Like being hit by a train’ February 10, 2015 by Pete Thomas 1.3K From Christophe Courteau’s point of view, when the large mountain gorilla cocked its arm and clenched its fist and …

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Feb 10

Killer whale attacks Humpback whale

‘Crying for baby and mama humpback whale’ Divers at Mexico’s Socorro Island spend magical moments with a humpback whale and her baby, only to witness the raw power of nature when orcas arrive February 04, 2015 by Pete Thomas 30 Divers on a recent excursion to Mexico’s Socorro Island became part of a scene that …

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Oct 07

Thousands of ducks block traffic in Johannesburg

Why did the ducks cross the road Traffic on a William Nicol Drive in Johannesburg came to a standstill for the most unusual reason. Ducks. Thousands of ducks—or as Dixie Normus, a resident in the area suggested, a “hundred thousand” ducks—filled the roadway blocking traffic. And the seemingly endless parade of ducks just kept coming I’m not sure why these …

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Sep 04

Elephant rams car

elephant rams car

Elephant rams and flips over a game rangers car in South Africa Unprovoked female elephant attack at Kruger National Park is a first for professional guide Johann Lombard in 23 years of guided safaris Okay, so now here is something you don’t want to have happen to you. Getting charged by a small toaster.  Wait…. why do we …

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