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Who's Eating My Eggs?

youtu.be — This short video is a brief introduction to the ongoing work of Dr Martin Steven's Sensory Ecology and Evolution group at the University of Exeter, along with Claire Spottiswoode at the University of Cambridge, who are examining egg predation and camouflage in habitats in South Africa and Zambia....

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"Free" Lunch

sabisabi.com — This was one of those sightings where, as a ranger, you know what awaits is something rarely seen. Not only were there three cheetahs on a duiker kill, but a leopardess had just joined in to really mix things up....
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EcoTraining Wildlife Tracking

youtube.com — Learn the art of ancient tracking skills and hunter gatherer techniques on an EcoTraining Tracking Course in South Africa....

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Teachers in Action

teachers-in-action.com — TEACHERS IN ACTION was founded by three retired teachers who fell in love with Zambia and its people. Susan Richardson, Beth Duff and Mimi Gingold have dedicated themselves to two goals – fundraising for two children’s programs in Kabwe (Ranchhod Hospice and Sables Street Kids Program) and improving the quality of the education provided by community schools throughout Zambia....
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Caught on the Equator

youtube.com — Find out how Heather Shreve got caught in the black market of ivory- the people who saved her and how she found a fire within that would blaze a trail for the rest of her life!...

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Cheetah Goes Hungry as Impala Hops Into...a Car!

youtu.be — Perhaps one of the most extraordinary wildlife scene ever recorded on film, as a scared impala seeks refuge from a cheetah by leaping into..."a tourists' car"....

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Fly Kulula - Hilarious Safety Demonstration Instructions

youtube.com — Kulula, a South African low-fare airline, has its (very) own way of dealing with the safety demonstration instructions. Absolutely hilarious! :-)...

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Male Lions Do Help with the Hunting After All

science.nbcnews.com — Most nature documentaries depict male African lions as layabouts who prefer to let the females do all the hunting. But a new study using pioneering new tools shows that the king of beasts could be doing his share after all....

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