Be A Good Houseguest

Cara Giaimo
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When you go to a national park, you’re entering an area that’s been set aside especially for wildlife, as a home free from the dangers they face in a world otherwise built, for the most part, by and for humans. It’s easy to get excited, but remember to respect the animals, the people who take care of them, and your fellow visitors by driving slowly, talking quietly, and obeying park rules. You’ll be more likely to get to look a giraffe in the eye, and you’ll have a clearer conscience when you do.


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