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I have been privileged to be able to visit some areas of the world that are still reasonably wild. But wild places are shrinking as we humans expand our population and our impact. Spare a thought ...

I have been privileged to be able to visit some areas of the world that are still reasonably wild. But wild places are shrinking as we humans expand our population and our impact. Spare a thought for the wild. Find a way to experience it while you still can.

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  • I have been privileged to be able to visit some areas of the world that are still reasonably wild. But wild places are shrinking as we humans expand our population and our impact. Spare a thought for the wild. Find a way to experience it while you still can.
  • Elephant in Botswana
  • Zebra in Zimbabwe
  • Impala in Zimbabwe
  • White rhino in Zimbabwe
  • Baboons in Botswana
  • Penguins in South Africa
  • Deer in Canada
  • Jackel in Kenya
  • Giraffe in Kenya
  •  
  • Gorilla in Rwanda
  • Gorillas in Rwanda
  • Sunbird & Ericas in South Africa
  • Small bird in South Africa
  • Sunbird & Proteas in South Africa
  • Midnight parrotfish in Florida
  • Polychaete worm in Malta
  • Cuttlefish in South Africa
  • Powder blue surgeons in Comoros
  • Parrotfish in South Africa
  • Parrotfish in the Caribbean
  • Gasflame nudibranch in South Africa
  • The lagoon of Rangiroa Atoll in French Polynesia
  • All photographs by Derek Keats [email_address] You are free to use this presentation, and any of the images that it contains under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license. Enjoy it in Freedom!