Dubbed the Giraffe Gazelle, we want to introduce the Gerenuk to you, which is found in the Horn of Africa nd the drier eastern parts. Looking very strange you can surely see where the naming of Giraffe Gazelle comes from.
This #Caturday we feature Busara the cheetah, who is a relatively new safariLIVE regular. Only gracing our screens consistently over the last few weeks, she has been spell-binding to watch as we've seen her hunt off and on air, bounding after various antelope.
Here we have @lauren_arthur7 sitting with Busara after another failed hunting attempt, as she surveys the plains for fresh hunting opportunity. Lauren has been on the tail of Busara for a while, following her on many hunts and even sitting with her yesterday as she surrendered a fresh kill to a massive venue of vulture.
Busara (which means "wisdom" in Swahili) is three years old and the daughter of Amani, a cheetah well known to our team. She is a lone female, trying to thrive in an environment where the battle over territory is harsh- a fact she found out last year when she lost all of her cubs in July. We hope to be privileged enough to spend more time aside Busara as we watch her make a life for herself in the massive expanse of the Maasai Mara.
Catch more of Busara as we go on safari LIVE from two locations daily! Watch through the link in the bio! • • • • •
Did you know that The Gambia is the smallest country within mainland Africa and the ancestral home of the legendary Kunta Kinte whose story opened the eyes of the world to the ills of slavery in the mid 18th century. The Gambia is also known as the smiling coast of Africa!
Thank me later! You're welcome ❤️😂
Tourmates will be exploring the Senegambia beach, Albert market, Katchikally crocodile pool, National museum and the stone circles (which is a UNESCO world heritage site) at The Gambia in June for only ₦350,000, all inclusive! Payment in installments is available.
You don't want to miss this tour! Its gonna be a wow 😂😂😂😂
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