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The Map's Edge Aug 16
There are many reasons to care about mangrove forests. Here's another.
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The Map's Edge Jul 30
Depressing. How to find the correct balance, human development vs forest conservation & properly value in the ?
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The Map's Edge Jul 28
‘Unthinkable consequences'… welcome to the
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The Map's Edge Jul 28
Replying to @EugeneDH_Bass
Yup, turned out just perfect… I had my doubts for a while tho
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The Map's Edge Jul 26
Sometimes you just have the wrong lens on… got very close to this musth bull elephant in Tarangire NP the other day
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The Map's Edge Jul 19
Heat pumps: simple technology helps reduce emissions
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The Map's Edge Jul 13
Replying to @JuliaDavisNews
The bear running rings around the eagle?
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Richard Knocker Jul 13
Terrible blow - black rhino tragedy in Kenya
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The Map's Edge Jul 13
Replying to @TheMapsEdge
Oops, k’fisher cropped out! But click on the image and its there… :)
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The Map's Edge Jul 13
Mixing potions & making stuff go bang? Bit like Getafix in the Asterix stories..
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The Map's Edge Jul 13
Pied Kingfisher in NP last week
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Richard Knocker Jun 30
Very Proud! was runner up in and Cimate Action award. Thanks to all our clients who are part of this award who offset their safaris & for supporting our campaign against plastic waste and for clean water
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Will Knocker Jun 8
'Cattle populations in semi-arid parts of Kenya have decreased by 26 percent in the past 40 years....' Kenya's Crisis
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The Map's Edge Jun 8
RT : this year's i urge nations struggling with plastic pollution to ban all single-use plastic items especially plastic bags , straws, disposable cups,forks etc ..lets save our oceans .
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The Map's Edge Jun 8
Here's more on that pollination / electrical charge story. Fascinating stuff, sparks fly!
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The Map's Edge Jun 8
Who knew?? RT : Fact of the day! 🤓 Bees can sense the electric field that surrounds flowers and can even tell whether another bee has already visited the flower so that they don't waste time trying to feed! 🐝
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The Map's Edge Jun 4
Isn't it strange that the English is just a wee bit off?
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The Map's Edge Jun 4
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Bella Lack 🌱 Jun 3
Today 55 elephants have been slaughtered for their teeth. It is abhorrent to kill a highly intelligent, sentient being to make items for our enjoyment. The trade in ivory stimulates demand and so results in more deaths. RT if you agree ALL Ivory should be banned!
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Andrea Sella Jun 3
Even if you don't live in Alberta this is a very careful analysis of the choice ahead for regions and companies that rely heavily on fossil hydrocarbons for their funding.
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