After the death of Sudan; the last male northern white Rhino; the extinction of the species seemed imminent. Scientists have however managed to create two embryos using eggs from the two remaining female Northern White Rhinos and frozen sperm from deceased males. A step that may lead to the revival of the sub-species.
The ‘Serengeti’ is the title of a new, six-part wildlife docuseries series by the Discovery Channel debuting this August. The series will highlight the majestic animals of Tanzania’s Serengeti region and their day-to-day lives. It will also feature an original score and narration by Academy Award-winning Kenyan actress Lupita Nyong’o
Beyond the global headlines surrounding the precarious condition, and consequent death of ‘Sudan,’ the last male northern white rhino in existence, ‘Kifaru’ tells the moving story of Sudan’s looming death through the eyes of his primary caregivers. The feature, which has already won several illustrious film awards paints a stark picture of what it looks like when a species ceases to exist.
Lions don’t generally have armies of hyenas, but not every aspect of The Lion King is inaccurate.
Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park seems unreal but it is people. Nature at it’s finest. Take a look at the astounding images.
Meet Omo! She is a 15 month old giraffe. She was found in Tarangire National Park in Tanzania.
Just over a few days since its introduction, the government of Zimbabwe has lifted a ban on big game hunting that followed global outrage over the killing of an iconic lion in one of the country’s nature reserves
The African media is saturated with stories of ‘save our wildlife’. Save your ‘Jumbos’. Don’t kill our Big Five! Save your future! I hardly have a share in the Kenyan wildlife. Wildlife isn’t my future. And the media is only telling half the story.
Some of you may already be aware of this, but if like us you’re hearing about this for the first time your jaw will drop. And it’ll probably raise the same BIG questions in your mind that it did in […]