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July 2020
Martyn Randall, our chairman has organised a fundraiser for one of our incredible causes supporting Kruger National Park K9 Anti-Poaching centre. The fundraiser has been set up on his Facebook page and is currently £165 off the target of £350.  https://www.facebook.com/donate/290466395504012/10207786741383330/ The UBUNTU WILDLIFE TRUST has been asked to help support the SANPark’s KRUGER NATIONAL...
African wild dogs are highly social and intelligent animals.  The African wild dog (Lycaon pictus), also goes by the name of African painted dog or Cape hunting dog, is Africa’s most efficient and successful predator. Their hunting success rate is up to 85%, whereas lions and other predators have on average a 30% success rate....
Today is World Ranger Day. In honour of the thin green line protecting our natural world, our Ambassador Sam Laurence would like to pass on a message.  Within the Game Rangers Association of Africa, there have been fewer that 1900 members admitted in 50 years. And this does not include the thousands of others that...
A herd of giraffe in Africa.  It doesn’t come to a surprise that drinking is when a giraffe is at its most vulnerable state. That is why giraffe have an ability to gain most of their water content from the leaves they eat, though they do still need to drink now and then. As you...
Hippos submerged in an African river. Photo credit: Duncan MacDonald. Have you ever wondered how animals protect themselves from the sun, especially under the blistering sun in the Africa? Humans suffer with sunburn and sun damage when exposed to the suns harmful UV rays. We have to wear sun screen and clothes to protect ourselves....
You are on a safari, you have your camera, you point and shoot. You get your perfect photo of a rhino, or elephant and you cannot wait to show the world. You post it on social media. You use hashtags, and tag the location to show where in the world you was. With every ‘like’...
Cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus) are remarkable predators that are known for their incredible speed and agility. They can hit top speeds up to 60-70mph, all thanks to their aerodynamic bodies, long legs, flexible spine and semi retractable claws to help with traction. The name Cheetah comes from the Sanskrit word “chitraka”, which means “the spotted one”....
Have you ever looked at a Cheetahs eyes and ever given the black marking around the eyes a second thought? These distinctive markings are called black ‘tear stripes’. They run from the eyes to the mouth and are thought to protect the eyes from the sun’s glare. It is also believed to provide the same...