Day: May 21, 2022

Where to Find Them? [With HD Photos]

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30 – Second Summary

🔎 Where to find?: Tropical regions and dense forests, found in 350+ countries & islands.
💵 Jumping Spider costs: $8 – $60
🍞 Yearly Food Cost: $50 – $140
🪟 Cost of Enclosure: $5 – $50
🕷️ Are they friendly?: Yes
☠️ Are they Poisonous?: No

Jumping spiders: How do they look?

Jumping Spiders
Captured by Johann Schutte | Location: North Island, Gisborne, New Zealand

Jumping Spiders, as the name suggests, are adept at not just hopping, but truly jumping! Carrying the scientific name -Phidippus regius – Jumping Spiders are essentially small to medium-sized, brightly colored, furry spiders.

These spiders belong to the family Salticidae wherein “Salta” means “jump”. Fascinatingly, Salticid spiders are known to come in a wide array of sizes, colors, and patterns. In fact, there are around 3,000 known species of

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How to Decide if Business Travel Is Worth it Right Now

When the time it takes to decide whether to go on the business trip is longer than the trip itself…

That was me last week, weighing rising Covid cases and multiple exposures with the real need to network, build brand awareness, and raise funding for a startup. I consulted friends, family, doctors, and authorities in data, public health, even aviation and the economy. The decision-making process was arduous and tortuous, and I still don’t know if I did the right thing. But I’m sharing the journey here because I emerged with a framework that hopefully will make this choice easier—or at least less time-consuming—in the future.

Since getting vaccinated, I have been traveling regularly for work, to see family, and to go on vacation. During recent Covid surges, namely Delta last spring and Omicron this past winter, the decision-making was out of my hands, as events I was scheduled

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Three Post-Pandemic Travel Trends To Watch This Year

Head at Travelpayouts, the largest affiliate marketing network focused on the travel market.

It has been a tough year for the travel industry: lockdowns, border closures and flight cancellations have all contributed to low tourism rates. Nevertheless, one recent study showed promising statistics – as many as 72% of Americans intend to travel in 2021, setting this year up to a significant year for tourism. While the coronavirus has had a severe impact on the global economy, people are eager to take trips and vacations, especially with the vaccine becoming increasingly available.

What does the road to recovery look like? What is driving the resurgence of travel demand? Three components play significant roles: domestic tourism, vaccine passports and extended vacations. Let’s take a closer look at each of them. 

1. Domestic Tourism

With many limitations on international travel still in effect, the biggest anticipated travel trend for 2021

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The 10 Best Beaches on Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands

Turks and Caicos is one of the most beautiful destinations in the Caribbean with its ample beaches and crystal clear blue waters. An amazing aspect of these low-lying coral islands is the abundant underwater life teaming around the many coral reefs, visible through both snorkeling and scuba diving. Pack your snorkeling gear and waterproof camera for an amazing vacation in Turks and Caicos.

While spending the day in the sun it is important to keep yourself from getting sunburnt with lightweight long-sleeved clothing and a hat. When purchasing sunscreen make sure look for biodegradable reef-safe sunscreen, without oxybenzone and/or octinoxate.

When you are out enjoying the reefs, remember you are there to observe and witness the active wildlife habitat. Do not touch or stand on any coral, as it can cause damage that takes a generation to repair. It might sound like a lot of rules, but it protects to

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