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Baobab skins get a coat of chain mail; Elephants get something else to eat…..

I am always tickled by the look-alike skins of baobabs and elephants…from baobab trunk… to elephant trunk… and the wrinkled limbs such as this foreleg… and this tiny little leg disappearing into the baobab trunk below…has that baby really just … Continue reading

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Pangolin awareness is gaining momentum…. Jewellery, Literature and Paintings..This is “How We Roll!”

Pangolins are on a roll in this blog…. endangered and trafficked  world-wide for food, magic and medicine, they NEED our help! The work of Lisa Hywood of the Tikki Hywood Trust in Zimbabwe, is never ending….. conservation, education and legislation challenges abound…. … Continue reading

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rainless skies and dusty sunsets; sunrises and elephants

Elephant sunrise…….on the Save River below Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge…. etched in gold and pink against the budding baobab that graces Chilo Gorge Lodge . I am watching this baobab with bated breath, the progress of the buds against the … Continue reading

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Gentle Killers

African wild dogs are not generally aggressive to man, very unassuming in fact… I call them ‘gentle killers’ in homage to one of the first amazing books written about them by Jane Goodall and Hugo Van Lawick, so many years … Continue reading

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