Wildlife TV

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100 Followers!

on June 30, 2013

100 followers badge on wordpressToday was a very exciting day for us at WildlifeTV; we received a notification that our blog reached its 100th follower!

It might be just a number but it represents all the effort and love we’ve put into this project. We are both passionate about knowledge and education and hopefully this blog manages to provide an enjoyable and entertaining combination of both.
It is very exciting to see that so many people are interested and would want to follow and learn more about the African Wildlife with us.

We’ll keep on writing about the things which fascinate us, and sharing anything that we think you might enjoy and maybe, in the not too distant future, we can celebrate the arrival of our 200th follower!

In the meantime, feel free to like us on Facebook or add us on Google+.
You can also check us out on Tumblr and Pinterest.

 

 
Much love,

Nick & Sofia.

 

P.S. For your enjoyment, here’s a cute baby elephant crossing a road.

Elephant calf running across road

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8 responses to “100 Followers!

  1. Alison Jobling says:

    Congratulations, Nick and Sofia, and I know your site will garner even more followers as time goes on. And love that baby elephant!

  2. Jackie says:

    Congrats! 😀

  3. NIDS LOVE BIG EYES says:

    That’s brilliant, well done and best of luck for the next 100.

  4. Bridge Builder says:

    Congratulations! It is great that you care enough to share about African Wildlife. I don’t think word press will ever be deleted, so maybe in 200 years from now your posts will be really historic and people will wish they had the chance to see an elephant …

    • Wildlife TV says:

      Thank you.
      Hopefully with all the hard word that conservationists are doing in 200 years we still have (wild) elephants around. It would be very sad if we lose more species.
      It was just last a few weeks ago that the Western Black Rhino was officially declared extinct 😦

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