Next adventure – Project 1000!
We’ve been back in SA since December, and our adventure feet are already itching. We were approached by our good friend Davey to join in and probably agreed before we had even thought about it. The best part? You’re also welcome to join, either running or cycling (we’re cycling), for any length of time you want. It’s going to be awesome.
Project 1000 is an ultra-marathon adventure series, covering 1000 km per country, dedicated towards highlighting the critically endangered species of each country, the causes behind each species demise & the possible solutions to bring each species back from decline.
Project 1000: South Africa will have the team adventure travelling from Upington towards Cape Town. Project 1000 is a collective effort, open for anyone and everyone to join in at any point of the adventure, choosing to run or cycle. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info
1000 km Ultra-marathon. South Africa’s Critically Endangered Species
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South Africa’s Critically Endangered Species:
Reptiles – Geometric Tortoise. Hawksbill Turtle. Smith’s Dwarf Chameleon
Amphibians – Amatola Toad. Cape Flats Frog. Pickergill’s Reed Frog. Table Mountain Ghost Frog
Aves – White Headed Vulture. White Winged Fluff Tail. Hooded Vulture. White Backed Vulture. Cape Parrot
Fish – Southern Bluefin Tuna. Estuarine Bluefish. Burchells Redfin. Large Tooth Sawfish. Green Sawfish. Seventy-four Bream. Eight Gilled Hagfish. Ornate Sleeper Ray. Coelacanth. Clanwilliam Sandfish. Twee River Redfin. Southern Kneria. Dageraad
Mammals – Black Rhino. De Wintons Golden Mole. Riverine Rabbit