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|THE GIRAFFE MANOR (35 photos)|
Real Noe's arch for endangered animals, the Giraffe Manor of Rick and Bryony Anderson propose in their home such a special guest : a group of Rothshild giraffes... last members of these decimated animal specie
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|THE KERALA COAST (88 photos)|
After Cochin, Philip Plisson goes along the southern coast of Kerala and discovers the villages of Quilon (Kollam), Varkala, Kovalam and Vizhinjam (Vilimjam). The beaches of south Kerala are among the most beautiful ones in India.
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|THE HEART OF THE MOUNTAIN (78 photos)|
No longer are the mountains cursed! The Guivres, those limbless dragons, guardians of the glacier’s hidden treasure, have been irrevocably cast out. Long cut off from the world, the highland people, obliged to live self-sufficiently learned to preserve their food. Whilst protecting a benevolent mother-nature, does the mountain repay all she takes?
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|THE LOUVRE'S COPYISTS (65 photos)|
Like many painters’ generations before them, lots of contemporary artists from around the globe go to Paris to copy Louvre’s masterpieces, the most famous museum in the world.
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|THE LAST DAYS OF TUVALU (44 photos)|
In the heart of the South Pacific Ocean, more than 2 hours away by plane from Fiji Islands, you can find the Tuvalu archipelago. A microscopic country with 11,000 inhabitants, distributed on 9 islands, whose average height above sea level is a bit over three metres.
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