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workingwithwildlife Today we celebrate International #TigerDay! A special day to remember how lucky we are to share our planet with these incredible big cats! Loss of habitat, illegal poaching and animal human conflict are three of the biggest issues facing the dwindling number of remaining wild tigers. One step you can make today is to buy forest friendly products, those that don't mean chopping down tiger habitats to plant unsustainable tree crops like palm oil plantations. #bigcats #tigers #savetigers #BigCatConservation #BigCatInitiative #palmoilinvestigations 4d

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workingwithwildlife This is Three. A Big Beautiful Elephant She is intelligent, strong and very sociable! Both male and female African elephants have visible tusks unlike Asian elephants. #BringingTheWorldToAfrica #VolunteerSA #LivingWithBigCats #VolunteerSouthernAfrica #EndTheIvoryTrade #workingwithwildlife #elephant Contact me: danielle@volunteersa.com 6d

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workingwithwildlife Blessed are the curious for they shall have adventure. The summit doesn't have to be your ending point. Once you're there, the sky is the limit. Keep your head in the clouds! 1w

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workingwithwildlife Can't wait to go back to South Africa and work with these incredible animals. Worth fighting for? I think so! Only when the last of the animals, horns, tusks, skin, bones are sold will mankind realize that money can never buy back our Wildlife. #ExtinctionIsForever #EveryRhinoCounts #savingthesurvivors 1w

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workingwithwildlife Every morning, meerkats start their day with grooming or lying in the sun. During the rest of the day, they forage for food! Nom nom nom #BringingTheWorldToAfrica #VolunteerSA #LivingWithCheetahs #meerkat #VolunteerSouthernAfrica Contact me: danielle@volunteersa.com 2w

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workingwithwildlife When a creature this magnificent gives you a hug, you hug back! It's moments like these that create Wildlife Warriors. Only if we understand can we care. Only if we care will we help. Only if we help shall they be saved. #BringingTheWorldToAfrica #VolunteerSA #LivingWithBigCats #VolunteerSouthernAfrica #workingwithwildlife #tiger #whitetiger #tigercub #tigerhug Contact me: danielle@volunteersa.com 2w

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workingwithwildlife Feeding time for the girls Sahara, Serabi and Savuti. Listen to the sounds they make! @girl.with.the.rhino.necklace #VolunteerSA #VolunteerSouthernAfrica #workingwithwildlife #lioncubs #feedinglions #lions Contact me: danielle@volunteersa.com 2w

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workingwithwildlife Listen to Roxy! Hyenas are known for their hysterical laughter. But do they really have a sense of humour or are they laughing for a totally different reason? Well, it turns out that hyena's "laughs" aren't actually "laughs" at all, but rather noises signaling frustration over food or with other hyenas. #BringingTheWorldToAfrica #VolunteerSA #VolunteerSouthernAfrica #workingwithwildlife #hyena #hyenalaugh Contact me: danielle@volunteersa.com 3w

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workingwithwildlife Running with cheetahs! You can't catch me I'm the... Oh wait yes you can. #BringingTheWorldToAfrica #cheetahrun #VolunteerSA #LivingWithCheetahs #kwacheetah #VolunteerSouthernAfrica Contact me: danielle@volunteersa.com 3w

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workingwithwildlife Little sneak peak of some of the footage for the upcoming video from the Living with Big Cats project! #BringingTheWorldToAfrica #VolunteerSA #VolunteerSouthernAfrica #workingwithwildlife #tiger #tigercub #tigerattack Contact me: danielle@volunteersa.com 4w

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workingwithwildlife Enrichment walks with the fastest land animal in the world. Cheetahs can reach a top speed of around 113 km per hour! #cheetah #kwacheetah #BringingTheWorldToAfrica #VolunteerSA #LivingWithCheetahs #kwacheetah #VolunteerSouthernAfrica Contact me: danielle@volunteersa.com 4w

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