Joined 2 years ago from England
I'm a zookeeper and conservationist with a passion in protecting the amazing plants and animals found all across this world. For over 3 years I spent my time honing my skills within the zoological industry, i then spent the three succeeding honing my skills as a conservationist and gaining a degree in wildlife conservation.
When i'm not on the job or studying you'll find me hiking with my camera, snapping away at every cool plant, animal or landscape I come across. If i'm not hiking you'll definitely find me in the kitchen working my way through cookbooks and developing my own recipes along the way.
if there is anything else would like to know, or are interested in please feel free to reach out via email; (firstname.lastname@example.org).
2 years ago
British big cats are a phenomenon, with sightings throughout the country, numerous sightings photos and disappearing livestock there has to be some truth in this phenomenon right? In this article we will take a look at Britain’s most famous big cat, the Beast of Cumbria.
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