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07 Aug 2019

Fun facts about African giraffe (Giraffa cameleopardus)

Giraffe can grow to 16 feet (5 metres) tall. They are quite social, largely silent, and appear gentle – yet their kick can kill a lion!  What would Africa be without the giraffe? Beautiful, yet awkward, the world’s tallest animal fascinates us all….

11 Jan 2019

Weird and Wonderful Collective Nouns

The African savannah is home to a huge variety of wildlife species. With this much diversity, it’s not surprising that we’ve come up with some equally diverse and interesting words to describe them, and among the most interesting of these are the terms (collective nouns) we use to describe groups of wild animals….

30 Nov 2018

Protecting Painted Wolves in Southern Africa

The African Wild Dog is locally extinct in many African countries and is listed as endangered across the entire continent….

08 May 2017

Interesting Facts About African Wild Dogs: The Leaders Of The Pack

African Wild Dogs are often judged by their appearance, but there’s much more to this endangered animal than meets the eye….

27 Feb 2017

Lightning Fast Facts About Cheetahs – Catch Them While You Can

You might already know that the cheetah is the world’s fastest land mammal, reaching speeds of up to 70mph in just three seconds, but there’s a lot more to this lightning fast animal than meets the eye….

02 Feb 2017

Amazing African Elephant Facts To Keep Under Your Trunk

African elephants are the largest animals walking the Earth. Their graceful and gentle nature makes them an animal that many hold close to their hearts….

08 Dec 2016

Rip roaring facts about the African lion (Infographic)

Commonly referred to as the king of the jungle, Lions combine beauty with strength, and this makes them one of the most majestic animals in the world….

24 Nov 2016

African Black Rhino: Some Eye-Opening Facts (Infographic)

What comes to mind when you think of a rhino? A large, bad tempered prehistoric looking creature? To some point that might be true, especially considering rhinos have wandered the earth for over 50 million years, yet the rhinos we see today are vastly different to those prehistoric beasts….


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