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New Zealand’s Grand Skink

Grand Skink of New ZealandThe filming of “Hotspots” throughout New Zealand encompassed over one hundred interviews with key scientists and others working to save endangered species and habitat, on Stewart Island/Rakiura, Ulva Island and Codfish Island (Whenua Ho), in Fiordland National Park, with the Department of Conservation in… Continue reading

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The Unique Blue-Eyed Black Lemur of Madagascar

Blue-Eyed Black Lemur, Close UpAntananarivo is the capital of Madagascar, a nation of 17.3 million people that is emblematic of all the 35 biological hotspots on the planet, where some 300 million people live within 10 kilometers of the protected areas found there. Many of those people… Continue reading

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Cheetahs: South African Treasure in Trouble

Cheetah Lying Down, South AfricaHoward and Devon Buffett inhabit many worlds across Africa, but their Jubatus Cheetah Reserve north of Johannesburg is symbolic of this remarkable couple’s commitment to both conservation and the enormously challenging human component. Howard says, if you don’t solve the poverty, hunger and water… Continue reading