Darwin's bark spider

Posted on 17th May 2016 by Nick Fox

Did You Know Fun Facts

Darwin's bark spider is an orb-weaver spider that produces one of the largest known orb webs, ranging from 900 to 28,000 square centimetres, with anchor lines spanning up to 25 metres. Read More »



African Pygmy-kingfisher

Posted on 28th February 2016 by Nick Fox

Bird Watching Birding Kingfishers

The tiny size and the purple cheek of an African Pygmy-kingfisher are the easiest forms of identification. This gorgeously vibrant little bird is actually insectivorous as seen here eating a locust. It is the smallest of the Kingfishers in our region. Read More »



Bushbuck

Posted on 30th January 2016 by Carol Fox

African Safari Fun Facts

The very sharp horns render the Bushbuck very dangerous when wounded. The Bushbuck is a close relative of the Kudu and the Nyala. The rams are very elegant in appearance, sporting dark greyish-brown fur, with white spots on the flanks and prominent white socks. Read More »






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