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The rather subdued roar of a male lion came from near the Londolozi airstrip early in the morning. Within minutes ranger Mrisho Lugenge had found one of the Birmingham males …
For me elephants are some of the most magnificent and graceful creatures of the African bush. Their sheer size and unique adaptations are sure to draw your attention, their trunk …
Tracks of a male leopard were called in, heading downstream in a dry riverbed. Great, we had a lead to work with! Bennet (the vastly experienced tracker that I work …