The highlands of Ethiopia are the stuff of fairy tales, mystical and utterly unexpected. Dale Morris has two exquisite wildlife encounters he’ll never forget for the rest of his life.
Blog posts: Animal stories
There’s never a bad time for good news. The same goes for newborn rhino calves. What better way to start the new year than with new hope. Kariega Game Reserve’s poaching survivor, Thandi the rhino, brings new life into the world.
Amazing CCTV footage captures an elephant picking up trash and putting it in the bin.
An African rock python is seen constricting and swallowing a squirrel at Camp Linyanti in the Chobe National Park. After leaving an epic lion sighting, this unusual event was captured on camera and recorded by wildlife filmmaker, Kevin MacLaughlin.
Elephant gives birth to twins at Pongola Game Reserve.
Watch as a whale gracefully lifts two Argentinian kayakers out of the water as they paddle a little too close.
A young lion got a little more than just wet after attempting to cross the Sabie River just below the H10 bridge in Kruger.
Bush taxi? A camera trap captured these photos of a cheeky genet being taken for a ride in Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park.
Facing my phobia by going cage diving in Gansbaai profoundly changed my perspective on the most misunderstood of marine giants: the great white shark. While some might dismiss shark cage diving as an adrenalin rush, I was overwhelmed instead by peace.
If things don’t go quite how you hope on Valentine’s Day, take comfort in knowing it could be a lot worse. You could be one of these weird creatures.