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Ave Caesar, or should that be Ave Felix! Get your fix of culture & cats at the Largo di Torre Argentina in Rome. This ancient temple complex in the former Campus Martius is now ruled by a legion of feral cats. It also happens to be the site where Julius Caesar was assassinated!
Antarctica. This unspoiled wilderness is a haven for many species, but of all this cold continent's inhabitants none are better know than the penguin. There might be many here, but this is only a small colony.
The frozen wastes of Northern Alaska. You wouldn't think there was much here, but the town of Churchill, Manitoba is known as the Polar Bear Capital of the World. But can you spot them?
Two polar bears squaring up for a fight, a rare sight!
Jigokudani Monkey Park, Japan
High up in the mountains of Nagano Prefecture, Japan, where deep snow covers the ground for four months of the year, the local macaques have learnt to escape the the bitter cold by taking a dip in the many hot natural springs.
These friendly fur seals are found in the warm, shallow waters of the Galapagos, where they spend their time eating, raising their young, and bothering photographers. Besides seals, the Galapagos are host to an unbelievable variety and diversity of wildlife.
Samburu National Reserve, Kenya
Take a safari from the comfort of your own home. North of Mount Kenya on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River lies Samburu National Reserve, home to these guys!