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After a lengthy period of eye treatment, a rescued #secretarybird has been successfully released back into the #wild!
A secretarybird has successfully been released back into the wild after a lengthy period of treatment to one of its eyes.
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Delta airlines bans shipment of any Big Five hunting trophies:
Delta has announced a ban on transporting trophy kills following pressure from customers, activists and a petition with 395,245 signatures.
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Anyone travelling to Kruger please be on the lookout for this lioness with a snare around her neck:
A lioness with a snare around her neck has been spotted in Kruger and SANParks has asked the public to be on the lookout for her.
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At some point the snare will no longer be loose or it could catch on something and she could be hanged.  This stuff makes me sick.
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Footage emerges showing the leopard that attacked the tour guide in Kruger jumping up at another vehicle one hour earlier:
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This wild creature obviously felt he was being harrassed and the IDIOT humans should have LEFT THE AREA!!  But their EGOS decided to keep harrassing the poor creature, hence upsetting the animal to the point of finally attacking someone.  For that, the IDIOT humans euthanized the animal for doing what wild animals do!  EGO DRIVEN EVIL HUMAN CREATURES!!!  Were your photos worth the life of such a beautiful animal???
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The tobacco industry is destroying Malawi's forests but locals depend on it to survive:
Malawi is reliant on tobacco for 60% of foreign earnings, but while demand is falling the cost of environmental damage is rising.
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Ok deforestation, that should be illegal. 🚫
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We visit #Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park - a land of thirst with bounteous wildlife.
Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park - a land of thirst with boundless wildlife.
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Not for the faint of heart: what happens when hippos turn on their own kind:
A baby hippo gets brutally slaughtered by its pod in a startling series of photographs that highlights the realities of the African bush.
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Yes, very sad, but we must trust nature to take care of it's own.  Perhaps the baby was "ill" or handicapped and the other hippos knew it???  Survival of the species depends on the survival of the strongest...
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Despite the harsh climate there's still fun to be had in this stunning gallery on the #Kgalagadi.
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12 years in jail for Spanish couple found smuggling protected plants:
A Spanish couple are sentenced to 12 years of imprisonment for illegally collecting 2,248 plants listed on the South African Red List.
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Liuwa is home to some of the fastest, largest and rarest #antelope in Africa! Here are six that you can expect to see on a #safari from Kapani Lodge:
Meet six quirky antelope from Zambia's Liuwa Plain National Park.
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An update on Cecil the lion as key role players voice their opinions:
Debate, drama and decisions in the wake of the death of Cecil, Zimbabwe's iconic lion.
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No matter what anybody says killing this Great Lion is A Criminal act punished by Death Sentence to this Coward Bastard dentist 
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Female #mongooses risk life and limb for the sake of the gene pool.
A study shows that female mongooses take risks to secure the best future for their offspring by mating with males outside of their pack.
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