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Poachers kill 200 elephants in Cameroon already this year

Poachers kill 200 elephants in Cameroon already this year Government officials in Cameroon have announced that poachers have already killed more than 200 elephants in 2012, which is a startling number considering we're only about six weeks into the year. A growing demand for ivory in Asia is blamed for the massive rise in poaching,...

Watch a hexacopter fly through Cameroon

We're not really sure where to start with this amazingness of this video. Could it have to do with the fact that William Thielicke built his own multi-rotor helicopter with an integrated camera? Or maybe that he's able to pilot it through the most complex of obstacles...

Gading Take FIVE: Week of September 27 - October 3

Gading Take FIVE: Week of September 27 - October 3 Each week, when I pick out posts for Gadling's Take FIVE, I look for posts that fit together in some way. These week, I've noticed a numbers theme. In David's post on America's most scenic train route, he noted that the journey between New York City and Montreal takes...

Word for the Travel Wise (09/23/06)

Word for the Travel Wise (09/23/06) Everyone has a favorite musician they'd take a loan out at the bank to go see in concert if it were the last concert ever being held in some rare exotic place like Easter Island. I have a couple I would go out on a limb and do such for; the first being Björk, second...

Photo of the Day (9/22/06)

Photo of the Day (9/22/06) We're going back to localsurfer for yet another Photo of the Day. This particular photo would be just another average nature shot if it weren't for that little lizard arm casually tossed over the edge of the bench. And, of course, the smug look on that little fella's...

Photo of the Day (8/30/06)

Photo of the Day (8/30/06) Something about this door feels quite inviting. Like you could walk right in and find a family of smiling faces waiting for you with food and ice-cold drinks. If you listen closely you can almost hear laughter and storytelling coming from the other side. A door like this...

Photo of the Day (8/14/06)

Photo of the Day (8/14/06) Recently, on my personal site, I wrote about how my favourite part of travel wasn't seeing the famous monuments or landmarks, but rather the connections that I make with the people of the countries where I visit. I think that's why I was moved by this photo of a local...

Survival International & Baka Beyond

Survival International & Baka Beyond Survival International is an organization that has long helped tribal people defend their lives, land and determine their own futures. Together with a group of Baka musicians from the Cameroonian rainforest they are hoping to spread the word internationally about the forest...

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