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Can you guess who comes out on top? 
Leopards are, of course, among Africa’s fiercest and most cunning predators. On a typical day, a male leopard like the one in the video below might take down a big gazelle and haul it up a tree, tangle with a ferocious...Read more
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A photo of a terrapin riding a hippo, just because.
This photo of a terrapin hitching a ride on the back of a hippo was taken recently by Andrea Campbell in South Africa's Londolozi Private Game Reserve.
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You can take better photos on safari if you remember a few simple tips. 
Have you ever dreamt of taking award-winning, National Geographic-style wildlife photos while on safari, yet have little interest in buying expensive photography equipment or spending hours and hours of your precious time learning how to use your camera? Well, unfortunately I...Read more
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It may be the closest you get to feeling like you are on another planet. 
Namibia’s ominously named Skeleton Coast is one of the wildest and strangest corners of Africa. It also happens to offer one of the continent’s most unique and thrilling safari experiences. It encompasses the country’s remote northern Atlantic coast from Angola in...Read more
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All of the little things add up on safari. 
Most people go on their first safari because, understandably, they want to see Africa’s famous big animals —  lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants, and the like. But one of the best and biggest surprises that a safari has to offer is how...Read more
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What do you call a group of hyenas? How about several rhino? The answers may surprise you!
Everyone knows a group of lions is called a pride and a bunch of elephants hanging out together is referred to as a herd. But what do you yell out when you see more than one cheetah? How about two...Read more
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Warning: Southern Africa's kingfishers could turn you into a full-fledged birder. 
It’s pretty cool, whether you’re a “bird person” or not, to catch a glimpse of a kingfisher. Maybe it’s because their outsized heads, squat bodies, stubby tails, and long, sharp bills lend them a whimsical Wind-in-the-Willows, storybook quality. Or maybe...Read more
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There is a lot more to Uganda than gorillas and chimps. 
Gorillas and chimps have become Uganda’s star tourist attractions in recent years. So much so, in fact, that many people don’t really think of Uganda as true safari destination like Kenya, Tanzania or Botswana. This wasn’t always the case. In the...Read more
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Have you discovered Africa's best kept safari secret? 
If any African nation suffers from an embarrassment of natural riches, it’s probably Tanzania. From the gleaming glaciers of Kilimanjaro, to the windswept, wildlife-filled prairies of the Serengeti, to the alluring white sand beaches of Zanzibar, Tanzania offers visitors a...Read more
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Warming: Extreme cuteness ahead!
The leopards of Londolozi may be the most famous leopards in the world. Their complex lineages have been carefully recorded and studied, they’ve been the focus of serious scientific inquiry, they’ve inspired documentary films and coffee table books, and they’ve...Read more
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War! What is it good for? 
Of all of Africa’s fascinating interspecies rivalries, lions and hyenas may take the prize for sheer drama, animosity, and entertainment value. Don’t believe me? Check out this footage shot in South Africa’s Londolozi Private Game Reserve. It is worth watching...Read more
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These are some cool cats. 
Everyone knows and loves Africa’s big cats; lions, leopards, and cheetahs. In fact, some people go on safari specifically to see one or more of these majestic species. But many people are surprised to learn that when it comes to...Read more
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