A young weddell seal (Leptonychotes weddellii) relaxingon a floating iceberg. Photographed by GUTS during his recent Antartica Expedition with Pangolin PhotoSafaris
Welcome to the African Wilderness! Let the Safari begin..
by Mems Carim
Cheetah Aerobics, Kruger National Park, South Africa
by Mems Carim
Tree Climbing Lions, Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda
by Marc Leo
Animals are also victims of war – and in Congo, that means the beautiful okapi.
The alert about the okapi follows a new assessment of its population in its only home, the rainforests of the eastern side of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. For nearly 20 years, this region has been one of the most dangerous places on earth, for humans and for animals both, ever since the 1994 Hutu-Tutsi genocide in Rwanda spilled over the border into the DRC and sparked continuous conflict between the government and a shifting assortment of rebel groups, in what became known as “Africa’s world war”.
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Kidepo Valley National Park, the most remote national park in Uganda. It also houses the only population of cheetahs in Uganda. For a trip to this wonderful game park, we recommend Wildplaces Africa, who have the finest accommodation in the wildest places in Uganda. They do have a luxury safari lodge there: Apoka Safari Lodge
Photo by Mac Leo
His Majesty, Connor the Malayan Tiger
by Penny Hyde