Best New Trips in the World: Tracking Wildlife in Slovakia - National Geographic ADVENTURE

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November 18, 2009



Im so impressed!

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I usually significantly embellish the variety of baby wolves and lynx which causes unjustified persecution. My strategy is to take inventory of the creatures with the help of biosphere trips.

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His plan is to take stock of the wildlife with the help of Biosphere Expeditions, which will send travelers to Rigg’s outpost for the first time this winter.

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Time to protect the wildlife, thanks for sharing this

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The Earth's biodiversity supports human life and society. We depend on other organisms, at least to some degree, for virtually every element of our lives. Our food, our medicines, chemicals, a variety of building materials, and much of our clothing derive from living things. Even fossil fuels such as coal and oil, which supply most of the world's power, are formed from organisms that lived millions of years ago. About 90 percent of all the calories that people consume are supplied by only about 100 kinds of plants, though there are tens of thousands of kinds of plants we might use as food. As the human population continues to grow, and as agricultural land becomes increasingly limited, the few species of plants that supply our food may no longer be sufficient. Soon people may need to look to other species to find food crops for the future. But by then, biodiversity may have diminished beyond hope.

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Because WILD LIFE and HUMAN LIFE are so EQUAL!So if we are taking care of our self, as one life! its just the same fact we must learn to admit!. Wild life are most innocent living in this world, that they needed any kind of protection from human with the very good heart that understands what is the true meaning of life!!!

Andrej S.

Slovakia is a nice place not only in winter. Look at:

Jai Pillai

Slovakia sounds like a nice place to observe the wild. Looks pretty cold though.

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