There are 9 off the beaten path places tagged wildlife:

Grenada Dove

Grenada Dove is one of the most rare birds in the world, facing extinction. The remaining individuals are kept in Mt.Hartman sanctuary in Grenada, however the human destructive activities are taking…
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Aviarios del Caribe sloth sanctuary in Lemon

Aviarios del Caribe Sloth Sanctuary in Lemon, Costa Rica, has rescued more than 100 sloth and contributed a lot to sloth studies. Buttercup, the first sloth brought to the owners of the place, which…
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The giant pink slugs

The pink slugs are quite large - 20cm in length and 4-6cm in width invertebrates that were discovered comparatively not so long ago on the peak of Mountain Kaputar, in New South Wales, Australia.
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The alien world of Socotra, Yemen

Socotra is most alien-looking island on earth, with its unique 6-20 million years old flora and fauna. More than a third of the 800 Socotran species are not found anywhere else on the planet, and the…
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The mighty salt pans of Makgadikgadi

Makgadikgadi is one of the largest salt flats in the world, surrounded by the Kalahari desert in the north-eastern Botswana. In the dry season, nothing but algae and mighty baobabs inhabit the area,…

Donkey sanctuary in Aruba

Aruba Donkey Sanctuary provides safety, food, medical care and love for donkeys, who were brought to the island about 500 years ago and then released into the wild, when they ceased to be the primary…
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Huellas de Acahualinca - the museum of ancient footprints

Huellas de Acahualinca in Nicaragua is a museum of 6000 year old footprints imprinted in volcanic ash and mud by humans and animals - the oldest footprints ever found in Americas.

The amazing swimming pigs of Big Major Cay

If you are in Bahamas, do visit Big Major Cay to experience the swimming pigs phenomena - these creatures are excellent swimmers, they are friendly and not shy at all to jump into your boat and ask…

The black fruit bats of Comoros - Maheli marine park

Moheli marine park is the place were you still can see the unique Comoro black fruit bat a.k.a. Flying fox. There is less than a thousand of them left in the world!
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