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Managing crocodiles in Jamaica

Managing crocodiles in Jamaica

Crocodiles surround this beautiful island. Dr. Brady Barr and the University of Florida teach some capture techniques.

The Nile crocodiles reach up to 6 meters (19,7 feet). Photo of the day -  7 July 2015

7 JULY 2015

The Nile crocodiles reach up to 6 meters (19,7 feet).

NCFWW / Andrew Anderson

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Perpetual Motion video

Perpetual Motion

Despite the dangers that await, many species are beginning their instinctual migratory treks through Africa.

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Monarch Butterflies photo

Monarch Butterflies

A wave of orange surrounds the trees during the monarch butterfly migration.

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