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According to some underground footage taken, a hunters convention was selling items such as elephant skin furniture, paintings on elephant ears, and hippopotamus products including skulls in Reno, Nevada. To purchase hippo products, one must prove that the products are over 100 years old and antique. Additionally, hunting trips to bag lions were for sale […]

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Masai Mara National Park in Southwest Kenya is a 583 mile-long exhibit that has tons of wildlife roaming around it year-round. Many of these mammals such as the zebras and the antelope are prime participants in the Great Migration that can be witnessed while visiting the area. Amboseli National Park is also a great place […]

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7 Best Places To Safari In Uganda

Gorilla Safari Consultants have come together to build a list of suggestions when it comes to the best treks to take on while visiting Uganda. First on their list is Bwindi Forest National Park. Visitors have the potential to witness over 400 different species of flora, as well as a rainforest that is over 25,000 […]

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5 Things You Need to Know About Lions Before Coming on Safari |Londolozi Blog

Before you decide to embark on a safari, there are a few things that you should take into consideration about the king of the jungle. One thing to realize is that many of the lions you come across will be sleeping, but this does not mean that they are lazy or not alert. Lions are […]

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How Did Rifles With an American Stamp End Up in the Hands of African Poachers?

Three years ago in 2014, Sandy McDonald started finding .375 caliber hunting rifles called Safari Classics scattered across his reserve in Mozambique. He started inquiring as to why he was finding rifles with an American seal on the grounds of African territory. It is suspected that these Safari Classics were illegally imported by their parent […]

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Devastated by war, this African park’s wildlife is now thriving

In 2004, the Gorongosa Restoration Project began. The project, a partnership between the government of Mozambique and the Carr Foundation, had as its goal to restore the Gorongose National Park, which had been heavily damaged by civil war decades earlier. Today, according to its 2018 aerial wildlife count, the park's population of large mammals is […]

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Where lions were once hunted, they’ve miraculously reclaimed the land

At one point, hunters had killed all but two lions — an adult lioness and her cub — at Botswana’s Selinda Game Reserve. Then, Derek and Beverly Joubert, two National Geographic photographers started buying up every lion hunting license issued for 13 years. During this time, two male lions from Namibia showed up, and started […]

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3 Alleged Rhino Poachers Eaten by Lions

On July 3rd, an anti-poaching unit led by Nick Fox, owner of Sibuya, a South African game reserve, discovered what are believed to be the remains of three alleged rhino poachers who had been eaten by lions. Althought the team found only one skull and a few pelvic bones, they estimate that there were three […]

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20 best things to do in Kenya

Kenya is a really interesting place in the world today; although, many people only know it as an African country that does not offer much practical things to the world as we know it. There is much more to do in Kenya then just take a safari in the wild. One of the first things […]

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