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  • giulia1993
    started a topic Volunteering in South Africa

    Volunteering in South Africa

    Hello everybody!

    My name is Giulia and I want to tell you about my experience in South Africa at Leo Africa, an amazing lion and black rhino volunteer monitoring programme. I think that reading about my experience could help people who are looking for a similar experience.
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  • wildafri
    started a topic Hyena's Labour Ordeal

    Hyena's Labour Ordeal




    Our recent trip to a South African National Park resulted in some really interesting footage. We stumbled upon hyena cubs of about 2 weeks old.Telling the sex of hyena cubs however, is almost impossible. Hyena females have an inflated clitoris and it even has erectile tissue...
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  • wildafri
    started a topic The Poached White Rhino

    The Poached White Rhino




    We saw these two Rhinos about a month ago. Sadly, when we went to check up on them, we got the news that one of them was poached. Poaching is an increasing problem facing South Africa’s rhinoceros population. Only about 11,000 white rhinos survive in the wild, and many organizations...
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  • wildafri
    started a topic Quarrel within a Lion Pride

    Quarrel within a Lion Pride





    Three females of the pride went on the hunt and caught a baby Giraffe. One female however did not allow the male lion to eat first and he viciously attacked her. In the Photos above you can see the injuries that she sustained after a 10 min fight with the male. At one...
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  • wildafri
    started a topic Wildlife Photography

    Wildlife Photography



    Are you fascinated by these gigantic herbivores?...
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  • wildafri
    started a topic Wildlife Photography

    Wildlife Photography




    Another distinctive aid the cheetah has for hunting are the black tear marks running from the eyes to the mouth. These tear marks shield the cheetah's eyes from the sun and make it one of the deadliest hunters in the animal kingdom....
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