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Fences of trees are helping to save lions and livestock in Tanzania:
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Scott Ramsay discovered this awesome treehouse at Mokala National Park!

Read more about his visit to Mokala here: http://blog.africageographic.com/africa-geographic-blog/travel/solo-travel/getting-to-grips-with-mokala-national-park/
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In this blog Scott Ramsay tells us how everything is connected - from the tiny dung beetle to the giant baobab tree. http://blog.africageographic.com/africa-geographic-blog/conservation/how-dung-beetles-give-birth-to-baobab-trees/
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“The plain fact is that the planet does not need more successful people,” David Orr wrote. “But it does desperately need more peacemakers, healers, restorers, storytellers, and lovers of every shape and form.” Such wise words and wonderful article

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A big tusker blending in - Carole Deschuymere - Wildlife Photographer
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A Red-Billed Oxpecker getting a free ride in the rain - Luke Johnson
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The team at Tanda Tula recounts some crazy encounters with honey badgers in this blog:
The honey badger is known as a fascinating, elusive and tenacious creature. It is not often that visitors to the bush come across these primarily nocturnal animals, but when they do there is always a story to tell.
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You could hep give renosterveld a home in the Overberg! Find out more here:
On the southernmost end of the African continent lies the smallest, but richest, plant kingdom on Earth: the Cape Floristic Kingdom. Within this incredible system is a plethora of different vegetation types all facing various levels of threat. However, there are none so threatened as the lowland renosterveld.
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We investigate as one dead crocodile is found attached to one dead elephant...

Play CSI with us.... http://blog.africageographic.com/africa-geographic-blog/wildlife/wildlife-and-nature/dead-elephant-kills-crocodile/
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An injured lion was discovered hiding out at a Kgalagadi guest camp!
Read the story here: http://blog.africageographic.com/africa-geographic-blog/wildlife/wildlife-and-nature/injured-lion-in-kgalagadi-guest-camp/
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