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Fleeting Glimpses of Indonesia’s Endangered Orangutans

Fleeting Glimpses of Indonesia’s Endangered Orangutans

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We watched in silence as the two orangutans, a mother and her child, prepared themselves for an encroaching rainstorm.While the air grew thicker, the mother — whom the local guides had nicknamed Minah — led her child toward the canopy and into a nest she had built earlier that day. Then, collecting vines and leaves,…
International Day of Friendship: Courses to Study with a Buddy!

International Day of Friendship: Courses to Study with a Buddy!

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The 30th July is the United Nations’ International Friendship Day. The day is about taking some time to mark the friendships that define our lives and to actively celebrate the joys of friendship. It’s been a difficult 18 months for everyone and we’ve all relied on our friendships even more than usual to get us…
5 Ways to Learn in the Sun

5 Ways to Learn in the Sun

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With the summer weather finally in full swing, it’s time to get outside! After having spent more of the last year indoors than ever before, most people can’t wait to get out and make the most of the sunshine and the blue skies.  And to make up for lost time, why not maximise your enjoyment…
In Iraq, Drought and Abundance in the Mesopotamian Marshes

In Iraq, Drought and Abundance in the Mesopotamian Marshes

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On my most recent visit to the Mesopotamian marshes, in March, I arrived at Sayeed Hitham’s for breakfast. The pandemic had kept me away for more than a year.The sun was just rising, the sky pink and golden. Hana, Hitham’s wife, stood smiling near the door to their reed house. “Tea is ready, bread is…
Drought and Abundance in the Mesopotamian Marshes

Drought and Abundance in the Mesopotamian Marshes

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On my most recent visit to the Mesopotamian marshes, in March, I arrived at Sayeed Hitham’s for breakfast. The pandemic had kept me away for more than a year.The sun was just rising, the sky pink and golden. Hana, Hitham’s wife, stood smiling near the door to their reed house. “Tea is ready, bread is…
A Biologist, an Outlandish Stork and the Army of Women Trying to Save It

A Biologist, an Outlandish Stork and the Army of Women Trying to Save It

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Life can change in an instant, as I experienced when I first laid my eyes on a tall and bizarrely striking bird known as the greater adjutant.It was India in 2018, in the northeastern state of Assam. I’d ended up there partly because of absurd circumstances, which involved being filmed for a reality television pilot…
Revisiting the Unseen Corners of the World

Revisiting the Unseen Corners of the World

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At the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, with travel restrictions in place worldwide, we launched a new series to help transport you, virtually, to some of our planet’s most beautiful and intriguing places.This week, after 40 installments, we look back at some of the highlights — from hat-making workshops in Ecuador and the wilds of Alaska…
5 Ways to Break up Your Life Routine

5 Ways to Break up Your Life Routine

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Dec 1, 2018 By Aminata O. – We all have to spend some of our time doing something that’s just a little boring. Sitting on a bus, writing data into a spreadsheet, cleaning the house: this is not what life is supposed to be about! Life routine is important. There are certain things we just have…
The Best Travel Destinations for Your 2019

The Best Travel Destinations for Your 2019

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Jan 20, 2019 By Philip S. Travel: there really is nothing like it. Just around the corner, a few hours in a car or a plane, something new and exciting is waiting to be discovered. Everyone has their own reason for travelling, whether it’s experiencing a new culture, taking in some beautiful views, or just…

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