African Wildlife

African Wildlife

  • The Northern Sportive Lemur on a Tree

    The Northern Sportive Lemur

    It is very difficult to say that one lemur species is more endangered than another. There are around 100 species of these primates, all of which live on the Island…

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  • Facts On Giraffes Crossing Their Heads

    Facts On Giraffes

    Facts About Giraffes Giraffes live in semi-arid landscapes throughout sub-Saharan Africa, and so far are not considered to be Endangered or Threatened by the international conservation community. However, they have…

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  • Group of Zebra Facts On Zebras

    Facts On Zebras

    The zebra is the wild equine of sub-Saharan Africa—which means that it is closely related to the horse and the ass. Unlike horses and asses, however, zebras have proven difficult,…

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  • Facts On Elephants

    The elephant is the world’s largest land animal, with adults weighing between 6,000 and 9,000 kilos, or 13,000 and 20,000 pounds, and reaching a height of 3.5 to 4 meters,…

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  • Lion Walking on a a Grass. Facts On Lions

    Facts On Lions

    Lions are not yet an endangered species. However, they are listed as “Vulnerable” by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) because of the fact that their numbers…

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  • Three Petite Giraffes Eating

    Petite Giraffes

    A ‘Petite’ Giraffe Would Be a 150-Pound Baby. But There’s Plenty Remarkable About Giraffes—Including That The Males Are Bisexual. Is there such a creature as a “petite” giraffe? If by…

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  • Elephant on the Wild. Ecotourism And Wildlife Travel

    Ecotourism And Wildlife Travel

    SCROLL DOWN FOR DESTINATION SUGGESTIONS! Wildife ecotourism can be local or exotic, and as complicated as an organized African safari, or as simple as driving to a nearby town to…

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