Conservation of Africa's Big 5 Animals
As an individual who holds a profound admiration for African wildlife, I am thrilled to share with you some intriguing information regarding the large and incredible animals of Africa, specifically Africa's Big 5 Animals. In this blog post, we will explore Africa's Big 5 Animals that inhabit the African savanna, including the majestic African elephant and lion.
5 FACTS ABOUT RHINO
Unfortunately, Rhinos are famous for being one of the most poached animal in the world. Here are 5 facts you might not know about that incredible animal!
5 FACTS ABOUT BABOON
Baboons are very well known for their similarities with humans. Indeed, they are close evolutionary relatives, and on average, baboons and humans have a genetic similarity of 94%! Here are 5 facts you might not know about them.
5 WALRUS FACTS
Walrus are enormous creatures that can withstand the freezing Arctic temperatures.
Here are 5 facts you might not know about the Giants of the Arctic.
5 FACTS ABOUT MOUNTAIN GORILLAS
Here are 5 facts you might not know about our fellow primates, the Mountain Gorillas.
5 BOUNCY KANGAROO FACTS
Kangaroos are a popular Australian animal and an absolute icon for the aussies. They feature on the Australian coat of Arms, postage stamps, 50 cent and $1 coins and are also used by Qantas and the Royal Australian Air Force. Here are 5 facts you might not know about them. 1. Kangaroos are the tallest Marsupial A marsupial is a mammal whose members are born incompletely developed and are typically carried and suckled in a pouch on the mother's belly. Kangaroos can stand over 2 meters tall making it the tallest on the planet. 2. Kangaroos are really fast Kangaroos can travel more than 56km/h and up to 71km/h over shorter distances. They can leap more than 9 meters in...
5 FURRY MONGOOSE FACTS
Mongooses are adorable furry creatures. Here are 5 facts you might not know about them! 1. Mongooses can kill venomous snakes Mongooses can kill snakes, including one of the most dangerous creatures on Earth - the dreaded King cobra. First, their speed and agility helps them avoid the snake fangs and launch quick attacks. But some species also have a resistance to neurotoxic snake venom, allowing them to keep fighting even after receiving a bite that would kill most animals their size. They are not immune to the venom, but have special mutations in their nervous system and the neurotoxin is less effective. 2. Mongooses “stink” Many mongoose species have a very strong, unpleasant smell due to secretions from its anal...
The Illegal Ivory Trade and Covid-19 Lockdown
Learn more about the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on illegal ivory trade.
5 SPIKY PORCUPINE FACTS
5 facts about Porcupine
World Rhino Day and Elephant Appreciation Day
We find ourselves on World Rhino Day and Elephant Appreciation Day with a battle to fight for these revered creatures. Both the rhino and the elephant face persecution by humans, their armour coveted by the super-wealthy and the superstitious.
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