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Getting Stuck in the Sand River- Londolozi TV

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Sri Lankan Guides Experience Londolozi- Londolozi TV

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In the past weeks I have put out blogs that all come down to the same thing in the end. This was what do you want your audience to look [...]

Young lion pride start eating buffalo alive before killing | Timbavati Reserve, Kruger National Park

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Photoseries: EPIC battle between honey badger and python

A photo series depicts an epic battle between a honey badger and a rock python taking place in Kruger National Park. Read more › The post Photoseries: EPIC battle between [...]

Conquering the extinct volcano of Mount Sabyinyo, Uganda

Straddling the borders of Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Uganda, lies Mgahinga Gorilla National Park (MGNP). It is but a tiny sliver forming part of the greater [...]

Zanzibar: more than just beaches and sunshine

Six non-sunbathey things that you can delight in during your time on the beautiful island of Zanzibar. Read more › The post Zanzibar: more than just beaches and sunshine appeared [...]

Lone lioness breaks waterbuck’s leg to slow it down before finishing it off | Timbavati, Kruger Park

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Why The Lions DON’T Run Away! #AskMeg | The Lion Whisperer

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A newborn impala’s close shave with death

A newborn impala in Kenya, just minutes old, has its first clash with a martial eagle and survives! Read more › The post A newborn impala’s close shave with death [...]

Why the world needs vultures

Vultures are not often in the limelight, but they must be, now more than ever, in order to ensure they don’t vanish- for the world will struggle to function without [...]

Trading present rejection with future acceptance from an African perspective

The subject of African identity is a subject that needs more attention and plays a big role in influencing our self-image. Before I left Africa for studies in Russia, I [...]

5 traits elephants and humans have in common

Five traits that we can relate to when we observe elephants. Read more › The post 5 traits elephants and humans have in common appeared first on Africa Geographic. [...]

In search of adventure – an epic road trip across Kenya

2,000kms. 20 days. 2 burst tires and 1 unforgettably cold morning! A journey from Africa’s equator to the dusty plains in the shadow of Mt. Kilimanjaro to the dazzling turquoise [...]

Adrian Steirn – shooting for the natural world

His recent series of photographs of the Pangolin Men highlighted the plight of the pangolin as the most trafficked animal in the world. I chatted with Adrian about pangolins, conservation [...]

Best collective nouns for animals on safari

Collective nouns and the fantastically descriptive terms used to describe African animals. Read more › The post Best collective nouns for animals on safari appeared first on Africa Geographic. [...]

Dear Mr. African Politician

The economic divide between the rich and the poor in Africa is enormous. There can never be a similarity of the kind of lives people lead on either side. This [...]

Gannakouriep, Richtersveld: find ‘nothing’ and love it

By Roxanne Reid. Prozac for the soul. That’s what I called the chapter about the Richtersveld in my book A Walk in the Park. Four or five visits later, nothing has [...]

Lions Hunt Buffalo Calf Left Behind by Herd

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