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    Adopt a little pig

    Having a pet pig may sound a bit exotic, but in fact these pink and hairy mammals are excellent pets: they’re extremely intelligent and loving!

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  • CHILE 

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    Wild portraits

    One quick way to make me laugh is to see humanized animals…

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  • BULGARIA 

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    Cats: thousands years of love

    It happens so easily, so quickly, amazingly and obsessively. The human senses feel an instant attraction… Anyone who has ever had a cat knows that. Many people feel cats alert them to danger. But this is just an excuse for […]

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  • MEXICO 

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    The oldest city in the Californias

    Earlier this year we told you about what it’s like to stare at the eyes of a whale. And we were so excited about that we didn’t say anything about one of the cities where you can stay if you […]

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  • MEXICO 

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    Good Bye, Lonesome George

    Lonesome George was about a 100 years old when his heart stopped recently in the Galapagos Islands. He was the last turtle of his kind. This giant turtle – chelonoidis abingdonii – lived on the Pinta isle, in the Colón archipelago (Galapagos […]

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  • MEXICO 

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    Where the sky is born…

    The biosphere reservation Sian Ka’an, on the Quintana Roo coast is a protected natural space and a world heritage site. Its coral reefs, beaches, mangroves, wetlands and lagoons are home to 23 Mayan archeological sites, 103 mammal species and 336 […]

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  • CHILE 

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    Woofing around the world

    If you are planning your next vacation with a small budget, and don’t know what to do, where to go, but you like the countryside life, this may be the solution for you! Of course, Woofing is not the latest […]

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  • MEXICO 

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    Into the wild: Zacango Zoo

    We went on a trip to Zacango Zoo, 14 kilometers from Toluca City in the Estado de México and we took some pictures. A visit to this zoo is a good option for a short weekend trip. Zacango is a […]

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  • MEXICO 

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    Places to know: Mexican Turtle Center

    On the coasts of Oaxaca in México there is a little town called Mazunte and one of the attractions of this place is the Mexican Turtle Center. Last century, on the beaches of San Agustinillo (neighboring town to Mazunte) the […]

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    Hackney City Farm

    As a keen long distance walker and have yet to visit a place or area where I haven’t explored previously, take Hackney City Farm for an example. I discovered the farm 4 years ago whilst I was training for half […]

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  • ESPANA 

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    Knitting can save a penguin

    A few days ago, I posted a DIY to knit a scarf. If you are a pro knitter, you can try to knit a jumper for a penguin. That’s the solution for the penguins affected by an oil spill on […]

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  • CHILE 

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    Estanpintando

    Estanpintando in Spanish means literally “they are painting”, and that’s exactly what Coni Larenas and Trini Guzmán are doing. They are BFF from college, and since that time they always wanted to do something together but didn’t know what, until […]

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