The Green Anaconda of South America!

The Green Anaconda of South America!

The green anaconda, also known as the common anaconda and water boa, is a non-venomous boa species native to South America. There are many species of this reptile, but the most common of these is the green anaconda. The green anaconda can reach 17.1 ft long. More...

Pygmy Marmoset, the smallest monkey in the world!

Pygmy Marmoset, the smallest monkey in the world!

The pygmy marmoset is a small New World monkey native to rainforests of the western Amazon Basin in South America. It is famous for being the smallest monkey and one of the smallest primates in the world at just over 3.5 oz. It is commonly found in evergreen and river...

Eastern Yellow-billed Hornbill

Eastern Yellow-billed Hornbill

Eastern Yellow-billed Hornbill also nicknamed “flying banana” because of its beak Physical Eastern yellow-billed hornbills have black wings with white spotted wing-coverts. They have a black tail and large yellow beak with slight casque. They have black, bare skin...

Galapagos Marine Iguana

Galapagos Marine Iguana

In Galapagos, you will see Marine Iguana, which .is one of the few species of Lizards that will forage around the sea, and that is classified as a marine reptile. They are capable of diving down up to 30 feet into the water to find food and have a natural ability to...

The Red-fronted Lemur

The Red-fronted Lemur

The Red-fronted lemur is medium-sized lemur with a long tail, the red-fronted lemur (Eulemur rufifrons) differs in appearance between the sexes. Although the male and female don’t differ in size, the male red-fronted lemur exhibits a gray to grey-brown coat with a...

Saving Madagascar Baobabs one at a time

Saving Madagascar Baobabs one at a time

The genus Adansonia -Baobabs- are found only in Madagascar (seven species), continental Africa (two species), the Arabian Peninsula (two species), and Australia (one species) Of the seven species in Madagascar, six are endemic to the Island, and this includes the...

Ethiopia Expedition Reviews

Ethiopia Expedition Reviews

“I never once in my life dreamed of going to Ethiopia. A cancelled trip and a timely email changed that at the last minute, and it turned out to be one of the best trips of my life. New Paths Expeditions showed us the many faces of this country: the vibrant city of...

The Hood Lava Lizard

The Hood Lava Lizard

The Hood Lava Lizard or Española Lava Lizard (Microlophus delanonis) is one of the nine different endemic species of Lava Lizard from the Galapagos. This lizard is special because his ancestor was the first to colonize the archipelago, between 3.7 to 1.4 million years...