Only 80 - 100 Amur Leopards left in the wild!!

The Amur leopard is the rarest big cat in the world, as there are only about 80 to 100 left in the wild. As a way of helping them camouflage in the snow their coat is paler then other leopard subspecies. A world without these majestic and special big cats would be devastating. Wildcats Conservation Alliance are a wonderful organisation who are invo...
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Wild Flowers and why they need our help to survive

I watched Prince William's documentary A Planet For Us All, it inspired me to write this blog about wildflowers. These type of flowers provide a lot of things that insects need including food, shelter and places to breed. Insects also pollinate flowers so they are able to develop seeds and spread to grow in other places. During Winter while there i...
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Japan's National Flower and Cherry Blossom Trees

The cherry blossom is Japan’s national flower and is known as “Sakura” in Japanese. These blossoms are a symbol of renewal and hope. Cherry Blossoms also provides nectar for insects such as bees and butterflies. The oldest cherry tree is around 2,000 years old and they belong to the rose family of flowering plants Rosaceae which includes roses, app...
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Chester Zoo and their never forget campaign for elephants

Chester Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in England, it was opened by George Mottershead during the second world war in 1931. George's idea behind the zoo was to open a zoo without bars, he has achieved this over the years and the zoo has grown a lot since they first opened. If you are visiting Chester and a wildlife lover I can thoroughly recommend C...
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How to support small businesses during coronavirus

I hope everyone is staying safe during these surreal times. Small business owners like me need your support now more then ever, whether it is ordering from their online shops sharing their work through social media, any orders big or small is really appreciated and makes a difference to small businesses. If you are thinking about updating your wal...
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Barbary Lion now completely extinct in the wild

The Barbary Lion was orginally from North Africa, Barbary Coastal regions of Maghreb and the Atlas Mountains in Egypt. They used to live in the deserts and mountains of North Africa, Morocco and Egypt. Sadly they are extinct in the wild today, the last lion to be seen in Morocco was 1922. The Romans used these lions in the Colosseum to battle with...
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