One of the best parts about being successful on hunting leopard early in this trip to Namibia is all of the opportunities I’ve had on plains game. Namibia has all four color phases of the Springbok. Not only are they gorgeous animals to see but also some of the best meat I’ve ever eaten across the world.
Views for days at Ulusaba Rock Lodge.
Sir Richard Branson sure knew what he was up to when he set up his safari lodge in the Sabi Sand Reserve.
Ulusaba means ‘place of little fear’, so named because the hill on which Rock Lodge sits provided the ancient Shangaan tribal warriors with the perfect lookout point.
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Ah ma anche le antilopi si rilassano... 🔶14/10/2018
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An unexpected sight last week was the younger lioness from the North Pride mating with the South Male right in front of Fort House! She mated with this male in early June, conceived and gave birth in late September. We never saw the cubs but we did know she had given birth and could see the suckling marks the cubs left on her teats. To see her mating again last week could only mean she has lost her litter and has cycled back into oestrus again and we can only hope she has better fortune with the next litter. 📷 @hillier_ryan#kwandwe#easterncape#southafrica#safari#thisisafrica#capturethewild#wildlifephotography#wildlife#mysafaripics
오늘의 점심입니다.닭이 너무 질겨서 온 힘을 다해 뜯어야ㅎ 마다가스카르 사람들의 주식은 밥인데요, 한국도 밥을 먹냐고 묻더군요. 우리도 밥이 주식이랬더니 자기들은 아침에도 밥 먹는다고 쌀부심을..ㅎ 그래서 우리도 그렇다니까 놀라더라구요. 어쨌든 밥힘으로 대동단결 마다가스카와 한국입니다ㅎ
Lunch of the day. #Madagascar people eat rice as their main dish and they asked me if Koreans eat rice too. I told them we do too. Then they were like, we eat rice for breakfast too! So I told them, well we do too! And they were surprised. We definitely have one thing in common. lol.
"The elephant does not get tired of its tusks"- Massai Proverb
In 1979 the estimated population of the African elephant was 1.3 million, fast forward to 2018 it is down to less than 350000. These gentle giants remain under threat from poaching, habitat loss and human-wildlife conflict.
The rate at which elephants reproduce is slower than the rate at which they are being poached. It is a scary thing to realise that there may come a day when the beautiful creatures will no longer walk our African soils.
Remember no one in the world needs an elephant tusk BUT an elephant.
Questo è uno dei rari casi in cui guardare per terra è necessario. Vipere...vipere ovunque, bestiacce velenose ovunque, nascoste sotto la sabbia.🐍🇳🇦
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Who is ready to loosen up and play? The children’s version of the Rope Course at the Legon Botanical garden is hands down more fun 👋
So, you know, I just sneaked in there to have a taste of it. Lol 😂. Please don’t tell 👂 okay haha 😆
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