AFRICA, Zambia, South Luangwa: I just love spending time with these kids. Seeing wildlife through their eyes, like it is the first time. I now make a point of appreciating every moment we have in the bush, savor every little moment.
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AFRICA, Zambia, South Luangwa: I cannot say goodbye Luangwa without saying thank you to everyone who made this trip possible. Innocence Tembo the incredible guide and everyone at Lion Camp a heartfelt thank you. I am afraid to mention names and leave someone out 😊 thank you thank you, we appreciate you all!
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Throwback Thursday: FIT FOR THE WILD Adapted to the Flood Plains
For long periods, years on end, the salt pans of Africa are barren and lifeless. When the rains finally come, water sweeps over the salt-encrusted clay, creating vast inland seas just a few inches deep. Thousands of kilometers away, massive flocks of flamingos sense that the drought is breaking and set course for the flood plain.
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�Sea Turtles creatures are well-adapted to the ocean though they require air to survive. They live in almost every ocean basin throughout the world, nesting on tropical and subtropical beaches. They migrate long distances to feed, often crossing entire oceans. Some loggerheads nest in Japan and migrate to Baja California Sur, Mexico to forage before returning home again.
These reptiles spend their entire lives at sea, except when adult females come ashore to lay eggs several times per season every 2 to 5 years. After about sixty days, baby sea turtles (known as "hatchlings") emerge from their sandy nests and make their way to the ocean —attracted to the distant horizon.
#zambia#southluangwa - This is one of the most #beautiful leopards that I have ever seen!!! Chipazulwa, the zambian leopard #celebrity . Hope everyone recharges their batteries today 📷 Jacques van Wyk | Lion Mountain Media
International Vulture Awareness Day. Vultures are an ecologically vital group of birds that face a range of threats in many areas that they occur. Populations of many species are under pressure and some species are facing extinction.
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"Elephants are excellent swimmers like all other mammals. The only mammals that have to learn to swim are humans and the primates. The pachyderm’s massive body, very surprisingly, gives them enough buoyancy to float easily. They swim completely submerged, with their head above the water and their mouths below, and use all four legs to paddle. The biggest advantage that elephants have above all other mammals is their trunk. A very versatile proboscis, they use their trunk as a snorkel. This enables them to breathe normally when swimming and allows them to swim long distances."
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Oryx or Gemsbok , crossing the dunes in a vast sea of sand.
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