Nature and the African wildlife goes hand in hand together as thats the true gem of South Africa , we take a Safari trip to the KRUGER NATIONAL PARK IN SOUTH AFRICA to bring you all Africa’s world wonders as these amazing wildlife photography set is brought to you by our MOLLMAGAZINE SOUTH AFRICA CEO Arne Schreuder in conjunction with SAVE OUR WILDLIFE FOUNDATION.
KRUGER WILDLIFE PARK SOUTH AFRICA,
as well as Marriott Protea Hotel at the KRUGER GATE
As the early morning breaks at the crack of dawn , wake up , pack your backpacks , tents along with all the needed SAFARI gear ………… and get ready for your long awaited trip to visit SOUTH AFRICA’S TRUE BEAUTY OF NATURE AND WILDLIFE.
– * NOTE REAL IMPORTANT – don’t forget that mosquito spray and to take your all important pills and vaccine against Malaria , as the Kruger National Wildlife Park in Mpumalanga South Africa is a high risk Malaria Zone , so to be safe follow the precautions given to you by the KRUGER NATIONAL PARK staff members at entrance and rest camps through out the park.
- And as the saying goes …… Enjoy your stay in the Province thats known as “the place where the sun rises” mixed in with natures wildlife beauty that Mpumalanga has to offer , in this all said , here is a #FUNFACT
” Did You Know – The Province name Mpumalanga originates from African spoken languages aka – Swazi, Xhosa, Ndebele and Zulu languages. that is part of the eleven official spoken languages spoken in SOUTH AFRICA and Mpumalanga means – “east”, or literally “the place where the sun rises”
Lets blow your mind and take your breathe away with some amazing wildlife photography of SOUTH AFRICA’S WILDLIFE ANIMALS we truly love and care about……
- THE AFRICAN ELEPHANT
- WILDEBEEST – #Funfact , The black wildebeest or white-tailed gnu (Connochaetes gnou) is one of the two closely related wildebeest species
- AFRICAN CAPE BUFFALO – #Funfact , Cape Buffalo’s horns are its characteristic feature…. they have fused bases, forming a continuous bone shield across the top of the head referred to as a “boss”. They are widely regarded as very dangerous animals.
- SPOTTED HYENA – #Funfact , clans of hyenas are also formidable hunters and are more than capable to take care of their nourishment requirements , as they hunt together in packs and also can take down large prey like lion , buffalo , eeland and gemsbok.
- FISH EAGLE
- AFRICAN NILE CROCODILE – #Funfact , The Nile crocodile is the world’s second-heaviest living reptile by average mass….. weighing in at a phenomenal 220 to 550 kilograms
- FASTEST LAND ANIMAL in the world The CHEETAH – #Funfact , a cheetah can go from 0 to 65 km (40 mph) per hour in three strides, with a single stride covering 7 to 8 meters (23 to 26 feet)
- WARTHOG – #Funfact , warthogs have also been observed allowing banded mongooses and vervet monkeys to groom them to remove ticks
- AFRICAN CHACMA BABOON / CAPE BABOON – #Funfact , The chacma baboon is omnivorous with a preference for fruits, while also eating insects, seeds, grass, smaller vertebrate animals, and fungi ( The desert truffle Kalaharituber
- AFRICAN BLUE MONKEY
- MARABOU STORK – #Funfact , In flight the marabou stork, unlike most other storks, flies with a retracted neck and its wingspan is 2.2 to 2.9 meter
- MOHOL BUSHBABY – #Funfact , The Mohol bushbaby is a medium size species with a head-and-body length of 15 cm (6 in) and a tail of 23 cm (9 inches).The head is broad, with a short muzzle, orange eyes and diamond-shaped black eye-rings. Plus its species is found in Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe
PHOTOGRAPHY CREDIT AND A BIG THANK YOU TO
ARNE SCHREUDER & NOLEEN SCHREUDER
for MOLLMAGAZINE SOUTH AFRICA in Partnership and conjunction with
Save Our Wildlife Foundation and MOLLMAGAZINE USA
ALSO A THANK YOU GOES OUT TO
LATEST KRUGER SIGHTINGS company , for their amazing wildlife animal Mobile phone tracker app that was used on trip
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