In our March Issue, 'The Gobi Desert', we explored one of the main threats to the Gobi’s incredible wildlife – mining for minerals. Of course, mining brings money to the country but it also destroys its land and the age-old customs. Ecotourism could be an alternative way to boost the country’s economy.
So, we challenged you to put your persuasive skills to the test to help to convince people to visit the Gobi desert and support tourism! Thank you to everyone who entered the competition. You certainly made the Gobi look like an unforgettable adventure!
Eben, age 6, Cumbria Come on Safari in the Gobi Desert!
Ellis, age 9, Salisbury Tourists Come to the Gobi Desert
Szymon and Franek, ages 9 and 6, Leyland
Timmy, age 7, Portishead The Amazing Gobi Desert
Amy, age 8, Canada The Gobi Desert
We hope you enjoy this fabulous book from Austin Macauley.
A Book of Rather Strange Animals offers a collection of 100 remarkable animal specimens from around the world. With fascinating descriptions of nasty feeding habits, bizarre mating rituals and shocking defence mechanisms, you will marvel at both the splendour and gruesomeness of nature. Come and discover the world’s most peculiar species! RRP: £16.99.
Oscar, age 7
Becky, age 9
Pearl, age 8
Ella, age 5
Megan, age 7
Isabel, age 7
Arsalan, age 7
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