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Video: Bear Grylls (Man Vs. Wild) Loves RareConservation.org

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Bear Grylls, star of the Man Vs. Wild TV show, supports RARE (www.RareConservation.org) and recently taped a message for the conservation agency.


Protect Rare Habitats, Species & People

RARE does some amazing work on this planet in helping to protect rare and spectacular habitats, species and indigenous people in some of the wildest, most remote places on earth. With your support RARE can make a difference in protecting the diverse and the beautiful on this earth.


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    JennyD

    JennyD wrote:

    Cool xP
    commented: Sat Aug 17, 2013

    Ginnyweasley12
    I am a fan of Bear Grylls :)
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