You’re an Elephant! Celebrate World Elephant Day.
A cat’s ability to see in as little as one-sixth of the light needed by humans is attributed to a layer on the back of its retina known as the tapetum lucidum or “bright tapestry”. This layer gathers the light and reflects it back like a mirror to the light gathering cells of the eye, […]
An African Fish Eagle (Haliaeetus vocifer) makes a heavy inflight correction in order to successfully snatch a fish from the Kafue River. Kafue River, Kafue National Park, Zambia – with Journeys Unforgettable Photographic Safaris and Lufupa River Camp
This little cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) has been dealt a raw deal. Had he been born a hundred years ago his chances for survival would have been much better. The worldwide cheetah population has declined by nearly 85% in that short time span. Do you want to help this little guy to survive? If so, there […]
The endangered Mountain Nyala (Tragelaphus buxtoni) is now only found in Ethiopia’s highlands, primarily in the Bale Mountains National Park and on the Bale Massif. Perhaps fewer than 2,500 of these magnificent antelope remain and the constant threat of habitat loss due to population increases means that their numbers will likely continue to decline in […]
As a herd of frisky bull elephants cross the Zambezi River, the high ground is held by an unlikely participant in the elephant’s version of “King of the Hill”. Somewhere along the Zambezi River, Mana Pools, Zimbabwe.
A Southern Right Whale (Eubalaena australis) slips quietly beneath the waves of the commingling waters of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans as the sun sets over the Cape Peninsula. Gansbaai, South Africa.