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Best Photography Equipment for Beginners in 2017 - The Ultimate Guide via @photoanytime
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Lion Profile
Blog by Cable & Grain Safaris at http://africa.li/2k74sMJ

You should see the other guy. Lions are the second-largest big cats after tigers, and males may weigh more than 250 kilograms. It is quite a sight to see two fully-grown male lions battling it out in a half-tonne catfight. Their manes help to protect them from lashing claws and teeth, but the fights seldom end without a few nicks and lacerations.
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Tips to Improve Skin in Adobe Lightroom
Skin is a challenge when editing and processing photos in programs like Lightroom. In this article we give you some skin improvement techniques to try.
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The Most Common #Travel Scams and How To Avoid Them via @zoomliteau http://africa.li/2jYEScH #traveltips
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Conterno Fantino: a perfect example of modern #Barolo http://africa.li/2jTz2JK via @Vincarta #wine
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Don't Forget These #Camping List Essentials On Your Next Trip http://africa.li/2jFZlFv #travel
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Monte dei Ragni, #Valpolicella and the #wine authenticity paradox http://africa.li/2k7qbnJ via @Vincarta
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#Backpacking 101: The Ultimate Guide For Beginners http://africa.li/2k3iPSc
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#Champagne: 10 fun fizzy facts you need to know http://africa.li/2jYEhYr via @Vincarta
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Leopard Relaxing
Our latest safari blog at http://africa.li/2jYutxs

A leopard relaxes in a tree in the morning sun. The ability to climb and rest in trees is hugely beneficial to leopards. Just like other cats, leopards like to sharpen their claws on the bark of tree trunks. These sharp claws and their incredible strength and agility enables them to drag their prey into treetops, giving them an advantage over opportunistic lions and hyenas that may try to steal it from them. Leopards can haul into trees animals that are twice or three times their body weight - even gangly young giraffes.

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Happy Penguin Awareness Day!

Meet the African #Penguin, one of our favourite beach bums. These adorable tuxedo-wearing swimmers are nicknamed Jackass #Penguins because of their donkey-like bray. Sadly endangered, only 18 000 pairs are living on South Africa's coastline, mostly on St Croix Island in Algoa Bay, but also on Boulders Beach in Cape Town and at Stony Point in Betty's Bay

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Maribou Stork
Blog by Cable & Grain Safaris at http://africa.li/2iR69vP

This Maribou Stork, like most of its kin, is not going to win any beauty contests. However, this rather fascinating bird plays an important role in its ecosystem. It includes carrion and refuse amongst its primary food sources and therefore, like vultures and hyenas, it helps to clear the environment of flies, bacteria and repellent odours. It also eats rodents, birds, reptiles and even adult flamingos and young crocodiles. Despite its rather disgusting diet it has the refined habit of washing offal in water before it swallows it.
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Nightjar Travel is a carefully curated online travel resource for South Africa.  We cover more than 2000 activities and interests throughout the country, recommended by local travel journalists.  We also provide regular content in our magazine and blogs to help inspire your next trip. 
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