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A rare melanistic genet spotted in Zambia’s Kafue National Park!
What happens when a serval and his melanistic brother meet in the night.
Africa Geographic encounters a rare melanistic serval in Tanzania’s Mkomazi National Park.
With its long limbs, spotted coat and characteristic spring-loaded pounce, the serval is one of the most striking cat species in Africa
Fantastic images from our Photographer of the Year 2021. Enter now to win US$10,000 cash and a Botswana safari
Laikipia in Kenya – a land of staggering beauty & biodiversity – a mosaic of wildlife conservancies, ranchlands & commercial farms
These fantastic images from entrants to Africa Geographic’s Photographer of the Year will have you contacting AG to arrange your next safari.
4 Melanistic (black) honey badgers captured on a camera trap in Gabon.
A rare spotted zebra foal with what appears to be pseudo-melanistic colouring has been sighted in the Maasai Mara in Kenya.
Our Photographer of the Year 2019 competition is now in the last week for receiving entries and at midnight on April 30th (CAT time) the competition will close for submissions, after which our judges will spend the month of May considering every selected photo before announcing our winners! There are four galleries showcasing this week’s Weekly Selection. To see …
British wildlife photographer, Will Burrard-Lucas, has captured a series of high-quality camera trap photographs of a wild melanistic leopard (otherwise known as a black panther) in Africa.
Every now and then nature experiments by producing a black or white mutation of an animal or bird that is otherwise normally coloured. There is something magical about seeing a white lion, black leopard or ‘king’ cheetah in the wild, as if it were a spiritual shadow of the species, a form of higher being.