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Swamp thing

Swamp thing

Ask a first-time birder to Africa what tops their fantasy feathers list, and chances are the outlandish shoebill will be somewhere up there. The appeal lies both in its bizarre appearance – think outsized heron with a Dutch clog stuck...

Location, location, location

Location, location, location

Property may seem like a peculiarly human obsession, but securing a ‘des res’ is a pressing concern for many African animals, too. Mike Unwin investigates the intricate art of home building in the natural world. Every species, at some...

The dung beetle

The dung beetle

One of the most fascinating sights in the bush is that of a dung beetle hard at work rolling his hard-earned ball of dung across the sand. Using his forelegs and the front of his head as scrapers, the...

Country cousins

Country cousins

In the chic world of the modern safari, the baboon (Genus: Papio) is not an obvious candidate for anyone’s must-see list. He’s just too common, in every sense of the word. But there is more to his familiar scruffy...

Iconic African species

Iconic African species

Guy Mavor looks at some of the best places to see Africa's much-famed wildlife, from elephants in Kenya’s Samburu National Reserve to southern right whales off South Africa’s coast Of all African animals, elephant are the most social and...

Follow the herd

Follow the herd

The mass migration of wildebeest across the East African savannah is routinely described as the ‘greatest wildlife show on earth’. But how much do we know about the animal that plays the leading role? Mike Unwin fills us in...

The little five

The little five

The concept of The Big Five hails from a bygone era, when the five animals in question – lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo – were supposedly the hunter’s most challenging adversaries. The mythologising of that era has made...

Friends for life

Friends for life

Survival of the fittest means every species for itself. Nature has no time, you’d think, for one creature to lend another a helping hand. Yet a surprising number of species do just that – just so long as they...

The Last Wolves of Ethiopia

The Last Wolves of Ethiopia

Facing serious threats from its local environment, the endemic Ethiopian wolf finds itself in danger of extinction. Stuart Butler reveals why numbers are rapidly in decline. (All images taken by Stuart Butler) The wolf moved with speed, grace and...

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