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A photo journey of my summer

Hi guys! I realized that I haven’t done a photography post in a long while. I know that it’s almost the end of September (wow, this month has gone by so quickly), but I thought it would be fun to do a photo journey of my summer. I’ll only be including the nature photos because… Continue reading A photo journey of my summer

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Llamas

Hi guys! Today I’m going to talk about llamas. A baby llama is called a cria, and a group of llamas is called a herd. Llamas are actually relatives of camels, though they don’t have humps. They have been domesticated and used for hundreds of years. They helped the ancient peoples of South America (and… Continue reading Llamas

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The Amazing Axolotl

Hi guys! Today I’m going to talk about the axolotl, an animal that has amazed me for ages. Axolotls are technically just salamanders, but are so much more than that. Instead of losing some features as an adult, they keep them. As adults, they still have their dorsal fin and gills, which form cool fringes… Continue reading The Amazing Axolotl

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Five great science podcasts

Hi guys! I’m doing a different type of post today. I’ve been listening to a lot of science podcasts recently, and I decided to share some of my favorites with you. Science Diction Science Diction explores different words and phrases that can be connected to science. Some are common, some are not, but all have… Continue reading Five great science podcasts

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Ecotourism

Hi guys! Today I’m going to talk about ecotourism. While ecotourism can be good for the environment, there are some downfalls that we might not notice when on a fun vacation. What is ecotourism? According to Oxford Languages, ecotourism is “tourism directed toward exotic, often threatened, natural environments, intended to support conservation efforts and observe… Continue reading Ecotourism

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Klipspringers

Hi guys! Today I’m going to do a post on klipspringers; adorable little creatures in the antelope family. A baby klipspringer is called a calf. Klipspringer means “goat of the rocks” in Swahili, which describes it fairly well. They live in the highlands and mountains of Africa, and are widely distributed throughout this area. Like… Continue reading Klipspringers

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The Great Victoria Falls

Hi guys! Today I’m going to do another location spotlight. Victoria Falls is located in Zambia and flows from the Zambezi River. It is one of the largest waterfalls in the world with a width of 1,688 meters and a height of 108 meters. Ecosystem The falls has an interesting structure consisting of several gorges… Continue reading The Great Victoria Falls

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Manatees

Hi guys! Today I’m going to talk about one of my favorite marine creatures: manatees. A group of manatees is called and aggregation, and a baby manatee is called a calf. Manatees are also called sea cows, and are suspected to be what started the mermaid myth. Manatees live in rivers, estuaries and bays with… Continue reading Manatees

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Golden Lion Tamarins

Hi guys! Today I’m doing a post on golden lion tamarins, adorable little monkeys. There are thirty species of tamarins, but I wanted to focus on what I think is the cutest of them all: the golden lion tamarin. A group of golden lion tamarins is called a troop, much like many other groups of… Continue reading Golden Lion Tamarins

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Jaguars

Hi guys! First off, thanks for 100 followers. I’m not going to do anything special, but I just wanted to thank you for following and reading my posts. Now let’s get into this post. A group of jaguars is called a shadow, and baby jaguars are called cubs. Jaguars are the third largest cats in… Continue reading Jaguars

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