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The voice of Africa travel, conservation, people and wildlife.
The voice of Africa travel, conservation, people and wildlife.

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Hunt mode engaged! This lioness had her eyes locked on a warthog which she proceeded to chase down and kill.

Via Rhino River Lodge
๐Ÿ“ธ: ranger Stuart
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BOOK NOW for our Maasai Mara photo safari in July 2019 with award-winning photographer Arnfinn Johansen. Learn from the master, and benefit from his off-road driving permit and specially-adapted vehicle to get those low angle. Find out more: https://africageo.com/5062
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Mozzies are a nuisance. But in a malaria-area they can be more than that โ€“ a serious health threat for travellers. Avoid the worry at the following malaria-free safari destinations in South Africa.
https://africageographic.com/blog/big-5-malaria-free-safari-south-africa/
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Our Photographer of the Year 2019, proudly sponsored by Fly Airlink, with a stunning prize from Klaserie Drift Safari Camps is now open! Have a look at this week's 'Weekly Selection' gallery: https://magazine.africageographic.com/weekly/issue-238/photographer-year-2019-weekly-selection-week-7-gallery-2/
ยฉ Jan-Joost Snijders
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The English name โ€˜cheetahโ€™ is derived from Sanskrit โ€˜citraโ€™, meaning spotted or speckled.
Via Leopard Mountain Safari Lodge
๐Ÿ“ธ: James Orton
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Let's see what you've got! Name this species.
Via Konkamoya Lodge
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According to a new study, Hong Kongโ€™s illegal wildlife trade is increasing in volume and contributing to the global extinction crisis.
https://africageographic.com/blog/hong-kong-failing-tackle-illegal-wildlife-trade-study/
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ยฉ University of Exeter
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โ€œHaving travelled vast distances in search of water, you can often see elephants congregating in large numbers at the waterholes in the Greater Mapungubwe Transfrontier Conservation Area during the hot, dry season. Fantastic sightings await as family herds with their young and solitary males spend their time drinking, mud bathing, and spraying themselves with water to help cool down in the summer heat."
Via Mopane Bush Lodge
๐Ÿ“ธ: Amy Auret
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The best cure to beat the Monday blues away!
Via Sausage Tree Safari Camp
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