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Rare Baboon Action-must see!

Photographer Evan Schiller and Lisa Holzwarth were on a game drive in the northern Botswana’s Selinda Camp when they came across a big troop of baboons charging through the bush. “30-40 baboons were heading in our general direction making a lot of noise,” Lisa recalls. The baboons were obviously frightened by something and they all […]

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Day 5 in Botswana – August 14, 2017 — Visual-Haiku Photographyexciting trip

Today, we ventured from the camp atKhwai River, Okavango Delta. The Khwai Tented Camp is located on a community-run concession on the eastern border of the Moremi Game reserve, on the banks of a lagoon flowing into the Khwai river, which acts as a boundary between the reserve and the community area. Besides the day-time drives which can feature […]

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Step Up To Save Elephants From Poachers…

© Mark Drury Photography (@markjdrury) Vancouver, BC, March 14, 2018 – The poaching of elephants has reached unprecedented levels, threatening their very survival. In the face of this crisis, Elephanatics, a Vancouver elephant advocacy non-profit group, claims Canada is not supporting the worldwide initiative to save both African and Asian elephants. At the last meeting of the […]

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Tortoise Survives a Herd of Elephants…

This video from South Africa says about itself: World’s Luckiest Tortoise Survives Elephant Stampede! 6 March 2018 Saved by the bell, or in the animal kingdom, it is more like saved by your shell. Watch the dramatic moment a tortoise finds himself between the feet of a thirsty herd of elephants that is on its […]

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Most Dangerous Animal in Africa…

The Hippopotamus! The most dangerous animal in Africa, in fact the whole world, is the hippopotamus. This may come as a surprise because they are kind of cute and chubby and they seem to just bob around in the water. Also, they are vegetarians and it is a commonly held belief that vegetarians are gentle […]

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