The world's oldest intact ship, found in 1954, was preserved since 2566 BC ( ! ) buried in a pit adjacent to the Giza pyramids. It was built as an afterlife offer to Khufu pharaoh, which will carry the King from this world to the heavens. The boat, of course, suffered some tear throughout the... Continue Reading →
Thanks to According to Jess for sharing this incredible project that is raising funds to end Rhino poaching and horn trade in African and Asian countries.
I recently attended one of the most inspiring events that I’ve ever been to. It was the launch of Remembering Rhinos, a collaboration in book form of some of the world’s best wildlife photographers with the collective goal of raising much needed funds for rhino conservation. Not only is the book a stunning collection of breath-taking photos highlighting the five species of rhino in Africa and Asia, but it has so far to date raised £115,000 of which 100% is going directly into helping these prehistoric creatures in the areas where protection is needed the most.
The book itself is the second in the series following last year’s Remembering Elephants. This ran on the same principle and has since raised £135,000 which has gone directly into elephant conservation in Kenya, Mali, Malawi, Ethiopia and Zimbabwe.
After seeing a poached elephant first hand, founder Margot Raggett decided to spring…
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