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February 2015

Gardening

Grown up gardens

Grown up gardens It is no surprise given the increase in world population over the last few decades that many people are opting to live in apartment blocks or flats, as unless one has a family or requires large open…

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Game Changers

Lewis Pugh does it again

Renowned Cape Town endurance swimmer and United Nation’s Environment Programme (UNEP)’s Patron of the Oceans, Lewis Pugh, has completed the most southerly swim in human history – swimming 500m off the coast of Cape Adare in the Antarctic Ocean. In formidable conditions,…

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Wellness

Hooray for hugs

Hooray for hugs. Have you ever wondered why a well-time hug feels so good? It is more than just a social interaction,  there is in fact a scientific explanation as to why cuddling and touch can lift one’s mood. It’s…

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Wonder

Footage Courtesy of NASA

With fast-forwarded footage courtesy of NASA, watch as the world takes the form of a living creature, moving as one entity, reminding us of how we are all connected.

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Wonder

Know No Boundaries

The love that animals share for each other know no boundaries; watch this inspiring clip that will reassure you that humans should share love in the same way

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Read, watch and be inspired

Sense Africa film festival

Celebrating the Films of The Foster Brothers 15 – 22 February 2015 A giant black leopard whose entire personality was changed when he communicated with the amazing animal-whisperer Anna Breytenbach in The Foster Brothers’ latest film The Animal Communicator brought…

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Wonder

Goukamma Nature Reserve: In Dire Straights

Goukamma Nature Reserve on the East Coast of South Africa is one of the countries most valuable Marine Protected Areas. Sadly, the reserve has been making headlines lately after a bulk rice carrier, the Kianai Satu, has run aground releasing,…

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