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NAIROBI – Last week, China, the world’s largest ivory-consuming nation, imposed a one-year ban on ivory imports and announced it would no longer handle ivory import requests. 135 more words


Crocodile - Economy of Scales

South Africa’s iSimangaliso Wetland Park is one of our favourite destinations. This unique estuarine park consists of over 300,000 hectares of lakes, swamp forests, giant sand dunes and one of the most beautiful coastlines in Southern Africa. 259 more words


Warthog - Residential Wildlife

My third contribution in the 5 Days Black-and-White Challenge is an animal that is part of Africa’s notorious ‘ugly five’. I’m not sure if I would have posted this Warthog in colour, although we’ve got fond memories of her as the residential lawnmower of Mpila in Hluhluwe-iMfolozi. 72 more words


Steenbok - Just Magic

Welcome back to the second post of the 5 Day Black-and-White Challenge. Today I’ve chosen to feature a photo of a tiny Steenbok we encountered near the boulders of Masorini in Kruger National Park, a cute little antelope that always tries to look pretty on photographs. 593 more words


Black and White Challenge - Stripes

A few days ago we were honoured with an invitation from our dear friends at De Wets Wild to participate in the 5 Day Black-and-White Photo Challenge. 251 more words


The Rule of Thirds Goes on Safari

A fantastic post on the blog Travels and Trifles inspired me to look back through my own photos from a safari in Tanzania. The Weekly Photo Challenge… 92 more words


Tantalus Monkey (Chlorocebus tantalus)

The Tantalus Monkey (Chlorocebus tantalus) is a small monkey occurring in parts of West and Central Africa (from Ghana and Burkina Faso eastwards to southern Sudan, Uganda, and northwestern Kenya). 73 more words