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A baby black zebra

A baby black zebra is been seen in the northwestern area of the Okavango Delta – a very rare sighting, that has tourists keen to have a look

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Albino ververt monkey

In the Timbavati Game Reserve this blogger comes across a group of vervet monkeys playing in the road, with a very special albino family member.

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New African crocodile species discovered!

Scientists working in Africa have uncovered a new crocodile species hiding in plain sight.

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The birth of a pangolin

This is Roxy, the most amazing mama Cape pangolin in the whole world.

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11 Interesting Facts about Sociable Weavers

Sociable weavers build massive colonial nests that hang 4m high in trees and telephone posts throughout the arid regions of Southern Africa

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The mighty springbok migration

Gert van der Merwe’s personal account of the great springbok migration is told in Lawrence G. Green’s book Karoo. Towards the end of the 19th century, Gert’s family moved their sheep and cattle between decent grazing lands, helped by their shepherds and a San wagon leader who must have previously experienced the migration. “The trek …


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The 10 most remarkable birds in Ghana

Here they are – the most interesting and sought-after birds in Ghana, according to Africa Geographic safari guru Christian Boix

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Rare spotless cheetah sighted in Kenya

A rare spotless cheetah has again been seen in Kenya; 90 years since the last time this colour morph was seen in the wild

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