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"As wide as all the world, great, high and unbelievably white in the sun was the square top of Kilimanjaro."
— Ernest Hemmingway, The Snows of Kilimanjaro
The problem we face today is a surplus of captive exotic animals in the U.S. This number grows daily due to the on-going breeding of exotic animals in captivity. Many of these animals end up going to animal dealers, auctions, hunting ranches, unidentified individuals, the entertainment industry, and the exotic pet trade where more uncontrolled breeding occurs. So the problem continues.
To support our efforts in eliminating this problem, please join us on our next fundraising climb and safari, June, 2004 to experience these wonders before they are gone. Or for a less strenuous adventure, please consider joining us for a two-week safari only.
Mt. Kilimanjaro is the highest point on the African continent. It rises majestically above the hot and arid African savannah to reveal a sea of breath-taking ice fields. Both the ice fields and Africa's spectacular wildlife are threatened and may not be around forever. Conservation experts estimate that the great migration and the exotic wildlife inhabiting the African savannah could disappear within the next two generations.
Proceeds from the Trip
Proceeds from the climb benefit Kimya, a non-profit organization. Participants are asked to donate or raise $5,000 via tax-deductible sponsorships in addition to paying their cost for the trip.
For more information about the two-week safari please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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