Will Burrard-Lucas photographing Meerkats in beautiful Botswana. These furry creatures reside predominantly in Botswana, Namibia, and Angola, among other places. A group of Meerkats is known as a Clan, with many Meerkat families growing to over 50!
Photo by @willbl #WildPlanet
Drama unfolded in the Mara over the weekend as the Owino Pride took down a young giraffe! It was a scurry of scavengers and predators alike, as the giraffe carcass feasting started. @pitzgerald watched as this hyena got away with a section of its neck, but was not happy to share its prize with a fellow hyena. Giraffe kills in the wild, though they do occur, are on the rarer side as the world's tallest land mammal is able to slip through the clutches of hungry predators thanks to its enormous stature and powerful kick. Baby giraffes, however, are often not as lucky.
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Ummm.. Mum. I really want some. Please?
So nice knowing I'm welcome in here! We don't have a lot of dog friendly restaurants in Malta. The nice lady behind the counter even brought me a fresh bowl of water 🥰 .
“Fly or Die” is featured in this month’s Journal of Parapsychology beside a longitudinal study by Jacobs, Schmidt and Robinson (2017) showing corollary activation of neuronal pathways between human subjects in their early to late 20s and bird subjects before and during their first flight.