Anthony Masarweh Group 8 AMUR TIGER PANTHERA TIGRIS ALTAICA The Amur Tiger weighs anywhere between 395-660 pounds, with a length up to 10 feet! They are distinguishable by their striped fur. Like the human fingerprint, no two tigers have the same striped pattern! They differ from other subspecies of tigers because they have mains and […]

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It’s been a while since I’ve been able to post here. In California, my schedule is much more hectic, and I have less time to write. I still think about our time in Mongolia and our friends there all the time, and I try to follow the Mongolian news as much as possible. I miss […]

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Have you ever considered travelling around the world to volunteer with wildlife? Well you can! There are currently 173 opportunities in the world where you can participate in wildlife conservation projects. Wildlife conservation abroad is an incredible opportunity to help animals that are threatened by habitat loss and human influences. These locations offer the chance […]

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Sequoia sempervirens the world’s tallest, living trees. There’s not much one can say about these incredibly beautiful, long-lived, resilient, fire-resistant and evergreen sky scraping giants! Even on a warm day the air within the forest stays reasonably cool. There’s really nothing else quite like it! The oldest tree at Armstrong Woods is believed to be […]

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