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Destinations, Travel & Lifestyle, Travel diaries, Zakouma

Zakouma – beyond the infinity pool

A visit to Zakouma, central Africa’s last wildlife stronghold, means going back to old-school, authentic safari values

News

Extinct snail rediscovered in Seychelles

The Aldabra banded snail, thought to be a casualty of climate change, has been rediscovered in the Seychelles.

Hunting, People

The Rise of the Huntress

A commentary on the rising popularity of hunting among young women.

Uncategorized

Redfin minnow – swimming under the radar

Grahamstown researchers discover a new species of redfin minnow

Travel & Lifestyle, Travel diaries

Walking with a myriad of wildlife in Tsavo

Join us on a great walk through Tsavo as we come across elephants, lions, hyenas, crocodiles and much more…

Seymour
African Parks, Uncategorized

The story of Seymour the shoebill

The Bangweulu Wetlands Project’s latest member, Seymour, the little chick who survived.

Destinations, Kalahari, Photo Galleries, South Africa

Kalahari: photographing life in the desert

Wildlife photographer Hannes Lochner shares his experiences from living and working in the Kalahari

Destinations, Kalahari, Photo Galleries, South Africa

The dark side of the kalahari

The Kalahari’s resident photographer, Hannes Lochner, gives us a glimpse of his latest work

Natural history

Fascinating Pangolin Facts

Get to know more about the pangolin, one of Africa’s most elusive creatures

Human-wildlife conflict, Uncategorized

Elephants, communities and conservation

Gail Potgieter talks about making your footprint count for conservation when touring Africa.

Natural history, Poaching

Pangolins: chinks in the armour

How pangolins end up in medicine, on menus and electric fences.

Natural history, Poaching

The Luckiest Pangolin Alive

The story of a little pangolin who’s making a big difference.

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