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2011-2013 Safari Holiday Brochure


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Royle Safaris has a huge range of wildlife watching tours and safaris all over the world; our brochures are full of incredible and diverse itineraries for world-class wildlife watching holidays. Our brochures can be broken down into our specific wildlife watching categories (such as Tiger Safaris, Whale Watching or Birding Tours) or by the country you are interested in visiting.

We also publish newsletters throughout the year, in addition to our monthly e-newsletters, both of which provide updates on new tours, late availability, as well as an exciting host of unique features.

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A giant pandas diet consists of around 95% bamboo



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Fact of the Day

Pythons can slow their metabolism down so much that their non-essential organs (liver, kidneys and stomach) shrivel up to next to nothing when they are not feeding. Once they catch some prey their metabolism increases around 40 times the and they re-grow their organs