Animals and wildlife viewing

Animals and wildlife viewing

Lions • Elephants • Monkeys • Whales • Penguins ...

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Wildlife • Wildlife • Animal Lovers • Animal Watching

Get inspired by AGE™! The animal paradises of the world: from the rainforest to the desert to the ocean. Diving with sharks or watching whales? Discover rare animals under and above water such as blue whales, oryx antelopes, horses, Amazon dolphins, Komodo dragons, sunfish, marine iguanas, sea lions, Galapagos giant tortoises and penguins.

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Animals and wildlife observation

Peaceful Giants! On you and you with the biggest fish on earth. You will experience real goosebumps when swimming with whale sharks. The largest shark in the world is a harmless plankton eater. Swimming with whale sharks is safe and a unique experience.

Experience report snorkeling with whales in Norway: How does it feel to swim between fish scales, herring and eating orcas?

Learn all about the animals of Antarctica. What animals are there? Where do you live? And how did they adapt to this special place?

Coral reefs, drift diving, colorful reef fish and manta rays. Snorkeling and diving in Komodo National Park is still an insider tip.

Find out why penguins don't freeze, how they stay warm, why they can drink salt water and why they swim so well.

Underwater Galapagos leaves you speechless and is a paradise in itself. Here you can meet sea turtles, hammerhead sharks, penguins, sea lions and many other animals.

The question of how many polar bears there are in Svalbard is often answered incorrectly. We clear up the misunderstanding and provide real numbers.

Learn about endemic reptiles, birds and mammals that live only in the Galapagos National Park and nowhere else in the world.

Orcas and humpback whales up close underwater! In Skjervøy Norway you can snorkel with orcas and humpback whales. If you're lucky, you'll even see the animals hunting herring in the fjord.

Nature and Animals: Blue whales, penguins, Oryx, Komodo dragons, sunfish, dolphins, whale sharks and UNESCO World Heritage Landscapes • Nature and Animals • Wildlife Observation • Wildlife Photography • National Parks

Amazon dolphins are found in the northern half of South America. They are freshwater inhabitants and live in the river systems of the Amazon and Orinoco.

Tanzania is synonymous with wildlife observation. Let yourself be inspired for your safari. Discover famous national parks and unknown jewels of Tanzania.

While trekking on Stewart Island, in southern New Zealand, two hikers and a friendly king penguin meet on the beach of dreams.

The Alkefjellet bird rock is a breeding ground for thousands of guillemots in Svalbard - a unique natural spectacle!

Whale Watching: Learn more about Blue Whales, Humpback Whales, Gray Whales, Minke Whales; Orcas, pilot whales and other dolphins...

Observe wildlife: Enjoy the wildlife and the experience of seeing the animals live in the wild. Discover a world full of wonder and responsibility.

Observing animals and wildlife in their natural environment is a fascinating activity that delights people of all ages and people all over the world. Here are 10 important facts and information about animal and wildlife watching, which appeal to both nature and animal lovers:

1. Diversity of wildlife: Our world is home to an amazing variety of animal species, from majestic predators like lions and tigers to tiny insects and colorful birds, as well as a countless amount of sea life. New animal species are being discovered again and again and unfortunately there are also numerous animal species whose populations are considered to be critically endangered. Animal and wildlife observation allows us to discover this natural diversity and protect endangered species.

2. Popular wildlife: Some of the most commonly searched wildlife include lions, elephants, giraffes, zebras, gorillas, whales, dolphins, eagles and rhinos. These majestic animals have held a strong fascination for us humans for thousands of years. From the first rock and cave drawings to the temples of the Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, Chinese, ... everywhere on earth we find evidence of the original and completely natural human connection to the animal world.

3. Children's favorite animals: Children are often particularly fascinated by animals such as lions, pandas, penguins, dolphins and koalas. Not only are these animals popular, but they also provide educational experiences. The future belongs to our children and we inherited the planet from our parents to pass it on to future generations. Animal protection and nature conservation are particularly easy for children. The connection to nature is also extremely strong, especially among children.

4. Animal protection and nature conservation: Animal and wildlife observation should always be accompanied by respect for the animals and their habitats. Sustainable tourism and conservation projects are crucial to protect biodiversity. We protect - what we know! Activists, media, wildlife photographers, schools and zoos help us get to know rare and endangered animal species. Documentaries can strengthen our understanding and help us understand and respect the complexities of Mother Nature.

5. Responsible observation: Wild animals should always be observed from a safe distance and without disturbance. Protecting animals and their natural habitats should be a top priority. Wild animals are definitely not pets that want to be petted. Extremely detailed close-ups often belie the great distances that wildlife photographers can cover with their telephoto lenses. Polar bears, for example, are extremely dangerous wild animals that we certainly don't want to get close to. But we should also give peaceful and small wild animals enough space at all times while we observe them with fascination.

6. Touristic attractions: In many countries, wildlife viewing is an important tourist attraction and source of income. Safari in Africa • Whale watching in Iceland • Reptile and bird watching in Galapagos • Polar bear watching in Svalbard • Diving in Egypt • Whale sharks in Mexico • Orcas in Norway • Corals and Komodo dragons in Indonesia • these are just a few examples. We document places that offer you the best opportunities for animal observation. And we ask you to visit these places with respect and love for nature.

7. Education and Research: Animal and wildlife observation contributes to education by providing insight into animal behavior, ecology, and habitat. It is also important for scientific research and species conservation projects. We also hope that our articles and animal photos provide you with valuable knowledge and a wonderful time. We learn something new every day and are happy to share this knowledge with you.

8. Animal Behaviors: Observations can provide fascinating insights into animal behavior, from movements and migrations to raising young. For example, it is a wonderful experience when you share a wave with a sea turtle and can calmly watch it as it feeds on the seabed. The best animal and nature photographs are always taken when we do not disturb or influence the natural behavior of the wild animals we observe.

9. Endangered species: Observing rare and endangered species, such as pandas or orangutans, can raise awareness about protecting these endangered animals. Of course, it is much better to watch whales than to hunt these intelligent marine mammals. Often, for example, it is former fishermen who, instead of making a living from fishing, offer tourist activities and day trips.

10. Unforgettable experiences: Animal and wildlife watching offers unforgettable experiences and moments of connection with nature that touch the heart and promote a sense of responsibility for our planet. Being one with nature is the deep and fulfilled feeling of being truly alive. We are happy to share our most beautiful moments with you and hope you like our animal photos and articles.

Observing animals and wild animals enriches our lives and makes an important contribution to protecting our wildlife. It allows us to appreciate the beauty and diversity of nature while taking responsibility for its protection.
 

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