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Epic lion battle in Nsefu

Lionesses take on two nomadic male lions in their territory, resulting in a short, fierce battle with minimum injuries for both parties.

Video: Playtime for lion cubs

Life’s not as easy as it seems for the most adorable of all. But to a lion cub, everything seems pretty awesome growing up in a big family.

Harsh times for young storks

Bird-lover or not, the impressive yellow-billed stork colony in the Nsefu sector of the South Luangwa National Park in Zambia is definitely worthwhile paying a visit.

The lion kings Ginger and Garlic

In South Luangwa National Park in Zambia, live two ferocious lions named Ginger and Garlic. These two brothers are the symbol of strength, ranking among the most powerful of all.

Meet the nocturnal animals of South Luangwa

South Luangwa National Park is one of the few national parks in Zambia where evening drives can be done. The goal of this rather exciting activity is the search for nocturnal species of the bush which you would normally see less of, or not at all, during the daytime. Of course there is always a chance of seeing leopard or lion during the day, but the big cats come to life after sunset!

A photographic feast in South Luangwa

Beautiful South Luangwa offers photographers an abundance of opportunities to get the perfect shot. Here are the top 11 wildlife photographs from the diverse region.

In memory of a legendary leopard

Alice the leopard was a staple attraction at South Luangwa National Park as she lazed close to the roads and showed off her hunts for everyone to see.