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Tsavo Man-Eaters strike again

The sons and daughters of the man-eating lions of Tsavo strike again.

Well- not really. Just a swipe.

We’ve heard about how in 1898 they killed and ate 135 Indian railway workers as they toiled on the Ugandan Railway. 164 more words


This Place

“We are all visitors here, in this time, in this place. We are just passing through. Our purpose here is to observe, to learn, to grow and to love, and then we return home.” – Australian Aboriginal proverb

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Please Support my Wildlife Conservation Efforts in Ghana

A couple of days after I arrived to Ghana, I met this boy. I was working on my computer at a cafe and he approached me. 379 more words


Some animals from Southern Africa.

Only a couple of days now before my return from Mozambique. I have put together a few of my snaps of the wonderful wildlife which is still here although much of it is severely threatened. 49 more words


Family Friendly African Safari Destinations

If you’re looking to take your family on the trip of a lifetime, an African safari may just be the perfect option. Think about how much joy your children get just looking at the chimpanzees and snakes at the zoo; now imagine how much they’ll light up seeing lions in their natural habitat. 477 more words

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Africa's Most Unique Safaris

Going on safari is the experience of a lifetime for many people. On an African safari tour, you’ll encounter breathtaking landscapes and beautiful wildlife that you will never seen anywhere else. 485 more words

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