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Jaguar Rescue Center
2015-01-02  06:18:00

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 Vi åkte till ett djurcenter häromdagen för att stödja deras jobb om att rädda skadade, vilda djur. Det var väldigt intressant och man fick komma väldigt nära inpå djuren. De berättade storys om varenda djur, varför de kommit till centret och om de skulle ha möjlighet att få komma ut i det fria igen. Om man vill volontära med djur skulle jag varmt rekommendera det här stället, jag blev sjukt sugen själv. Kolla in deras sida här
 

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We went to an animal rescue center the other day to support their job to rescue the injured wildlife. It was very interesting and we could get up very close to the animals. They told us storys about every animal, why they came to the center and if they would be able to get out in the wild again. If you want to volunteer with animals I would highly recommend this place! Check their site here
 
 
This dude only had one arm
 
This little guy is blind on one eye and keeps walking in cirkels
 
 
 
 
The typical frog of Costa Rica
 
 
 
 
 
 
A baby jaguar
 
 
 
 
 
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In this blog I'm writing about my life as a backpacker and a seasonal worker. I've been traveling the past five years and just can't stop. I'm simply too dependent and the grass is always greener on the other side they say... I hope to inspire and help other Travellers by sharing my experiences through this blog. If there's any questions, don't hesitate to write a comment or contact my mail. And remember, a little comment will inspire me to write more often!


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