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Namibia’s desert lions evolved to survive some of the harshest conditions
The Pangolin has evolved over 80 million years and today we have just eight Pangolin species still in Africa and Asia
Zambezi client Jill Snyder travelled to Zambia's South Luangwa Valley. Here's the first of her safari blog posts...Lions of the South Luangwa Valley, Zambia
Sylvester the lion escaped from South Africa's Karoo National Park, recaptured after 3 weeks. He's thought to have taken a kudu, a donkey and 19 sheep...
Rapid decline, near extinction, black rhino strives for survival. Desert rhinos rehabilitated in Namibia's Kuene region many desert rhino are lone rangers
Mountain gorillas are 1 of 2 Eastern gorilla sub species. A small population of less than 900 individuals are dispersed in 3 African countries
You don't need to charge at your safari like a baby elephant. Read our guide - get your timing right and choose the right places and get the best discounts
News from Nsefu sector in the South Luangwa National Park. Sighting of a lifetime! Banded Mongoose attack by Martial eagle. There was a sudden whoosh and...
Meerkats live in the Kalahari and Namib Deserts within Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and South west Angola.
The Black-Breasted Barbet spotted in the Zakouma National Park, eastern Chad. Callan Cohen, naturalist with Birding Africa followed his instinct
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