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Dolphins in the Mist.

August 5th, 2015

Remember how I said the interns rotate being on land and sea?  Well lucky for me, my second day was out at sea as well.  450 more words

Penguins, Wine, and Mountains: Cape Town and Around

Our final stop on the continent was in Cape Town. Caitlyn’s brother, Greg, is attending the university there and kindly agreed to let us crash at his house. 858 more words

Travel South Africa


South Africa is the perfect place for those who are in love with untouched, exotic and wild nature. I recently visited Cape Town and its surroundings. 1,229 more words


Fishing Ban Helps South African Penguin Chicks

The Penguin Post has learned that the survival of endangered African penguin chicks increased by 18% following a trial three-year fishery closure around Robben Island in South Africa, a new study from the University of Exeter has found. 357 more words

Penguin Post

No-fishing zone boosts Robben Island penguins

Long-term outlook for African penguins still poor

Staff Report

FRISCO — Biologists say a no-fishing zone around South Africa’s Robben Island has benefited endangered penguins, showing how even small protected marine zones can help conservation efforts. 354 more words


Cee's Fun Foto Challenge: Two Very Different Items

My Dad wrestling with a crocodile – not something you see every day.

These penguins look very much alike, but there are two of them and they do look very cute. 42 more words

Photo Challenges

Day 14|The Cape

After our adventure in shark diving in Gansbaai, we continued our trek to Cape Town, where we would spend out last day. The drive took only two hours and we arrived at the President Protea hotel, which had been opened by Mandela. 1,450 more words