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Trekking to See Gorillas in Rwanda

Traveling abroad is almost always an adventure for us. We have had the fortune to travel to a lot of great places and have experienced many different cultures. 585 more words


Busch Gardens (SB '17_5)

Soo not really Orlando sooo… post-Orlando… pre-beach??? Sure why not lol

Anyways Tampa day 1 of 1??

So part of the whole discovery cove package was a day pass for Discovery Cove, Sea World, and Busch Gardens. 1,157 more words


Is there a primatologist in the house? Laurel and Hardy in "The Chimp" (1932).

Our heroes are employed by a rather shabby circus in a variety of capacities.  James Finlayson is ringmaster has a great shouty time of it for the brief time we see him.    1,027 more words

Tender Minds

I’ve been feeling pretty bad today, so i’ll try and be brief.

My dad is embarrassing, even in his mid forties the man knows his way around a blushing cheek. 289 more words

Happy birthday, Dian Fossey

Dian Fossey was one of the most dedicated scientists of our time, of all time, who helped save the mountain gorillas from extinction.  But, unfortunately, the gorillas she helped protect are still endangered.  31 more words

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Gorilla conservation & Dian Fossey

January 16th 2018 would have been Dian Fossey’s 86th birthday. Dian was known for her study of mountain gorillas in Rawanda. Along with Jane Goodall (chimpanzees) and Birute Galdikas (orangutans), Dian Fossey was recognised as one of the world’s foremost primatologists. 13 more words

Should I go?

So you can stomach the vaccines and endure thirty hours’ flying time. You can rock the attire and get down with elephant dung.

At this stage, you’re debating between… 460 more words