South Africa

African Zebra Travels over 300 Miles during Migration Each Year

African Zebra Travels over 300 Miles during Migration Each Year

A zebra species has grabbed the world record for making the longest migratory journey ever documented in Africa.

African Bird Mimics Warning Calls of Other Animals to Steal Their Food

African Bird Mimics Warning Calls of Other Animals to Steal Their Food

God has blessed African forked-tailed drongo with the uncanny ability to mimic alarm calls of other birds and even meerkats in order to steal their food.

Footage Shows African Tigerfish Diving Out of Water to Nab its Prey

Footage Shows African Tigerfish Diving Out of Water to Nab its Prey

A new never seen before video footage shows how an African Tigerfish takes a dive out of water to eat a swimming bird.

African Lions Facing Extinction

African Lions Facing Extinction

There was a time when African lions used to be present across Senegal to Nigeria.

West African Lions Perilously Endangered

West African Lions Perilously Endangered

According to a new study, it has been revealed by the authorities concerned that there are full possibilities that Lions may disappear from West Africa very soon.

Measures to Save Lives of African Elephants Adopted at Botswana Summit

Measures to Save Lives of African Elephants Adopted at Botswana Summit

Wildlife crime has developed a multi-billion dollar industry in past two decades.

It’s High Time to have Control on Spread of AIDS in Africa

It’s High Time to have Control on Spread of AIDS in Africa

Different countries have different approach to fight a battle against the spread of AIDS.

Rhino Poachers have Cost over R1 Billion to South Africa’s Economy

Rhino Poachers have Cost over R1 Billion to South Africa’s Economy

According to the Professional Hunting Association of SA (Phasa), Rhino poaching between the years 2008 and 2013 has cost about R1.1 billion to the South Africa's economy.

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