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A sign at the mass grave at Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre at Rwanda in east Africa on Mallory on Travel adventure travel, photography, travel Iain_Mallory_Rwanda-2700

A sign at the mass grave at Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre at Rwanda in east Africa on Mallory on Travel adventure travel, photography, travel Iain_Mallory_Rwanda-2700

Laetitia Mukandahiro and Reverien Ngiabanzi of KZ Noir, a coffee company in Rwanda. On Rainforest Alliance Certified farms, coffee farmers reduce the local effects of climate change by working with the forest, not against it. #earthtoparis

Laetitia Mukandahiro and Reverien Ngiabanzi of KZ Noir, a coffee company in Rwanda. On Rainforest Alliance Certified farms, coffee farmers reduce the local effects of climate change by working with the forest, not against it. #earthtoparis

Burchell's zebras fighting (Equus burchellii), Akagera National Park, Rwanda

Burchell's zebras fighting (Equus burchellii), Akagera National Park, Rwanda

"Save Rosia Montana": environmental cause meets civic dissatisfaction. Romanian citizens have been engaged in a struggle against corporate and governmental transgressions on environmental and citizenship rights #Europe #EU #Romania #rosiamontana #goldmining #ecology #RMGC

"Save Rosia Montana": environmental cause meets civic dissatisfaction

"Save Rosia Montana": environmental cause meets civic dissatisfaction. Romanian citizens have been engaged in a struggle against corporate and governmental transgressions on environmental and citizenship rights #Europe #EU #Romania #rosiamontana #goldmining #ecology #RMGC

National Opera and Ballet Theatre

National Opera and Ballet Theatre

Few other lakes can rival the biodiversity of Baikal -- more than 80% of the animals found here are endemic. The most famous resident of Baikal is the nerpa, or Baikal seal, thought to have originated in the Arctic Ocean over 800,000 years ago. With no natural predators, this small, earless seal has been sustainably hunted by the Buryat people for centuries, although illegal hunting may be impacting the population, which is currently estimated at 80,000-100,000 animals. Nerpas in the wild…

Few other lakes can rival the biodiversity of Baikal -- more than 80% of the animals found here are endemic. The most famous resident of Baikal is the nerpa, or Baikal seal, thought to have originated in the Arctic Ocean over 800,000 years ago. With no natural predators, this small, earless seal has been sustainably hunted by the Buryat people for centuries, although illegal hunting may be impacting the population, which is currently estimated at 80,000-100,000 animals. Nerpas in the wild…

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