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Tag: Wildlife Wednesday

Wildlife Wednesday: Javan Rusa

Similar situation faced by the other wildlife animals, habitat of the Javan Rusa is limited due to human activity. Its population in the wild is considered vulnerable according to IUCN.

Wildlife Wednesday: Magnificent Frigatebird

It was an exciting moment to see the Magnificent Frigatebirds in their habitat, North Seymour Island (Galapagos, Ecuador). Charles Darwin called the bird as ‘the Condor of the Oceans’. Its […]

Wildlife Wednesday: Galapagos Giant Tortoise

The Galápagos giant tortoise is considered as the largest living species of tortoise on this planet. Another giant tortoise species are available as well in Seychelles and Mauritius. We visited giant tortoise […]

Wildlife Wednesday: Sloth (Costa Rica)

Costa Rica is well known for its sloths. Home to two species of sloths; the two-toed and three-toed sloths; the country is proudly having the sloth picture on their banknotes. I […]

Wildlife Wednesday: Blue-footed Booby

Blue-footed Booby birds are common to see in Galapagos Islands. The name "booby" came from the Spanish word "bobo", introduced by the European colonists, which means..

Wildlife Wednesday: Galápagos Sea Lions

In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, I thought of presenting the pictures of the Galapagos Sea lions in their togetherness. They live in a colony where they do activities as […]

Wildlife Wednesday: Hawk in Minneapolis

The more I travel, the more eager I am in seeing the wildlife, the undomesticated animal species. The wildlife existence is not necessary to be far away from my current home city, Minneapolis […]