A southern white rhino named Bella walks with her one-day-old baby at the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary in Nakasongola, Uganda
Drunk elephants doze off after eating too many ripe fruits at Mfuwe Safari Lodge, Zambia
by The Bushcamp Company.
In the remote south of Zambia’s iconic South Luangwa National Park, The Bushcamp Company operates six exclusive safari camps and Mfuwe Lodge. You will be guaranteed unrivalled wildlife in the park where the African walking safari was pioneered.
Here’s funny video of a charging baby elephant from there…..
The sun sets on the savannah after six days of constant rain – creating a radiant pink cloud above a small herd of giraffe in the Okavango Delta, Botswana
by Michael Poliza
In between a rock and a hard place!!
Umkhumbi Lodge in South Africa has easy access to wildlife areas that is mind blowing.
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At first glance, this photo looks like a stunning Scarlet Macaw. Look closer. This species isn’t Ara macao, it’s Homo sapiens. If you look closely, you can see her right hand as the claw, her left arm wrapped over her head to look like the head and the beak. Her left leg is outstretched to serve as the tail, while her right leg is curled up on the post. The bright green eye is painted on her forehead.
Artist Johannes Stoetter spent a month planning and executing this amazing photograph. For four hours, he painstakingly painted the model’s body with breathable paint in order to create the the beautiful details.
Credit: Johannes Stoetter Art
Kung Fu Giraffes on an Epic Battle
Mountain Gorilla Family in the Volcanoes National Park.
Volcanoes National Park lies in northwestern Rwanda and borders Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in Uganda. The national park is known as a haven for the mountain gorilla.
If you fancy a safari to see these iconic creatures, currently there are discounted Gorilla permits until the end of May2014.
Check out Premier Safaris for the ultimate safari experience which includes working with the brilliant wildlife veterinarian, Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka, founder of CTPH (conservation Through Public Health) who focus on Gorilla Conservation in Uganda’s Bwindi.. Website