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  • Here’s why you need to keep your voice down when on a wildlife tour

    Here’s why you need to keep your voice down when on a wildlife tour0

    Anyone who has ever spent time observing wild animals in nature will know that silence is golden. Wildlife tours recommend that people stay quiet in order to see more, but research on Tibetan macaques suggests that high levels of noise from tourists can also lead to more aggressive behaviour. Although wildlife tourism can generate funds

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  • The best wildlife watching in Britain

    The best wildlife watching in Britain0

    The view from Thorncombe Beacon never fails to impress. To the east lies Chesil Beach, a scimitar curve of tawny shingle leading the eye to the crocodile snout of Portland Bill as it slides into the sea 20 miles away.  In the other direction looms Golden Cap, the highest cliff on the Channel coast, with

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