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Josh Attenborough


Born into a family passionate about wildlife Josh knew from a very young age that he wanted to work in the African bush. He was fortunate enough to spend his school holidays going on annual family trips to the same two destinations – ...

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on Mating Giraffes

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Vin Beni
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Giraffe behavior is always interesting due to their unusual size. I couldn’t believe the “theatrics” watching one bend down to drink.

Spot on Vin. It’s fascinating to see how agile such big animals can be.

Joan Schmiidt
Master Tracker

Josh, great video🤗 – you caught in action!

Thank you Joan, but all the videography credit goes to my guest Sabrina Davis.

Karen Taylor

Just as it was Josh!!

So glad we were able to see this together Karen.

Denise Vouri
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Wow! We often see lions, leopards mating but a pair of giraffes- rarely! How fortunate you all were to witness this mating albeit, quite brief!

Mary Beth Wheeler
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Fascinating story!

Suzanne Gibson
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Remarkable! And well done Sabrina for capturing it.

Joanne Wadsworth Kelley
Master Tracker

The term “in a blink” is very appropriate in this giraffe mating moment! I understand the sightings are very rare and thanks to Sabrina Davis, you have the completed visual. The only other image I’ve seen was from Tony Goldman of a mount only captured in one of his bi-annual visits to Londolozi. Glad all were able to see it. Thankfully you didn’t have to wait 36 years like Jerry did!! Lol…

Corne Pruis


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