I invite you to join my photography tour to Madagascar.
We'll see mountain landscapes, wild animals, lemurs and chameleons, magical rock patterns, the Great Baobab Alley, white beaches and incredible jumps of humpbacks!
The information is in my bio.
C O O L I N G off in nature after a workout...is there anything better?! 🏊♀️ 🏊🏻♂️ 🛶 .
Don’t miss this year’s @enjoyhf Fitness Retreat - there’ll be boxing, kayaking, yoga, trail running, wombats, bell tents, healthy food…and plenty of chill time too. Say no more! 💪🥑🧘♀️ .
► 1 - 3 March 2019
► See link in @enjoyhf BIO to book .
#justaddfootprints , enough is enough!
Say no to trash in our beautiful forests and parks! Let’s reduce our waste...
If we all pick just one piece of trash, will make a difference ! Let’s join forces!
Check out the challenge #broyerunecannette by @sirseurge , it’s so much fun to crash a can and bin it!
In the early 1900s, there were between 50 and 100 white rhinos in the wild. Conservation efforts allowed this species to grow their population into the thousands near the end of the century. Today, of all the various endangered species in the world, rhinos are among the most threatened due to the greed of mankind..... Demand for rhino horn have driven up the cost to as much as $100 000 per kilogram and this number has obviously become more attractive than seeing these giants roaming in the wild.
Today there are +/- 30 000 rhinos left and all species are still under threat.... Black Rhino: +/- 5450
White Rhino: +/- 21 000
Greater One-Horned Rhino: +/- 3500
Sumatran Rhino: 100
Javan Rhino: +/- 62
White rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum), South Africa.