Tanzania Archive

  • Tweet     One of two species of wildebeest, the Blue Wildebeest is the more common species and is larger than the Black Wildebeest more commonly seen in South Africa. […]

    Wildlife Photo: Blue Wildebeest

    Tweet     One of two species of wildebeest, the Blue Wildebeest is the more common species and is larger than the Black Wildebeest more commonly seen in South Africa. […]

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  • Tweet     When you venture beyond your own backyard, your eyes are opened up to new creatures and new colours. At home, the birds I see are brown, grey, […]

    Wildlife Photo: Lilac Breasted Roller

    Tweet     When you venture beyond your own backyard, your eyes are opened up to new creatures and new colours. At home, the birds I see are brown, grey, […]

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  • Tweet     The most commonly seen and well-known subspecies of the African Buffalo is the Cape Buffalo. They’re common in Eastern and Southern Africa and have garnered a reputation […]

    Wildlife Photo: Cape Buffalo

    Tweet     The most commonly seen and well-known subspecies of the African Buffalo is the Cape Buffalo. They’re common in Eastern and Southern Africa and have garnered a reputation […]

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  • Tweet     The Spotted Hyena is most famous for it’s eerie laughing sound, which gives it the nickname ‘Laughing Hyena’. The most populous and most efficient carnivore in all of Africa, […]

    Wildlife Photo: Spotted Hyena

    Tweet     The Spotted Hyena is most famous for it’s eerie laughing sound, which gives it the nickname ‘Laughing Hyena’. The most populous and most efficient carnivore in all of Africa, […]

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  • Tweet       One of the larger antelopes of Africa, the Waterbuck is also very widely spread. They’re found in West, Central, East and Southern Africa, across much of […]

    Wildlife Photo: Waterbuck

    Tweet       One of the larger antelopes of Africa, the Waterbuck is also very widely spread. They’re found in West, Central, East and Southern Africa, across much of […]

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