Argentina, though the economy has been doing poorly over the last few years there is no denying the fact that it’s one of the most beautiful countries in the world, the land of music and dance including where Tango originated and a country where the people know life is about having fun.

In last week’s article in the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them series, we stepped away from the dry lands of our planet and plunged into the rivers, seas and oceans that cover over 70% of the Earth’s surface.

In the past few weeks, Leigh Woods, Project Manager at Youth Time has introduced you to some of the most iconic species of mammals that walk the planet. So far, we’ve already taken a closer look at the bears, big cats, and great apes of this world, but now we step away from the dry lands comprising 30% of the Earth's surface and take a plunge into the deep blue.

Following on from the first two articles of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them where we took a closer look at the bears and big cats of our world, Leigh Woods, Project Manager at Youth Time and wildlife boffin introduces us to our closest living relatives – the great apes!

In the last article of the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them series, Leigh Woods, Project Manager at Youth Time and self-professed wildlife lover introduced you to the eight species of bear inhabiting our beautifully biodiverse planet. This week, we take a look at a very different type of predator – the big cats!

As wildlife tourism grows ever more popular among travelers, Leigh Woods, Project Manager at Youth Time and natural world enthusiast begins his series of articles entitled, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”. Whether by taxonomic family or a particular characteristic, each article will feature animals that will follow a particular theme. They will contain information regarding the highlighted species and also provide details on where to find them.

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