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Africa

Where world civilisation began, it has the world’s tallest and most massive land animals, the giraffe and the elephant respectively. The Nile River is the longest in the world, and the San people in southern Africa, use the same tools found in a cave dating 44,000 years ago.

India

Home to the most significant number of vegetarians on the earth, this is where the games of snakes and ladders, and chess, were invented. With over 500 wildlife sanctuaries and 13 reserves, the peacock, the Bengal tiger, and the beautiful lotus flower all hail from this country bursting with personality.

Latin America

The Amazon Rainforest has the most exceptional biodiversity on earth, and the Iwokrama Forest is one of the last habitats of the Giant Anteater. On the same continent as these precious rainforests, the Atacama Desert doesn’t receive rain for up to four years and is a stargazing hot spot.

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Fresh water dolphins

River dolphins are scarcely known, and hardly seen by many humans. Freshwater dolphins live only in the Amazon River and parts of Asia including the Ganges, India’s sacred and longest river.

Under enormous threat from commercial fishing and pollution, the river dolphins act as a barometer of river health in basins where they live. Along with sea turtles and sharks, these dolphins are some of the oldest creatures on earth.