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October 2020
Old illustration of ivory traders
Ivory has been desired since antiquity and sadly continues to be desired because it is easy to carve into intricate decorative items for the very wealthy. Despite changes in regulations in Africa over the past 100 years, the ivory trade continues to thrive driven by the demand for it in parts of Asia. Lets explore...
bat-eared fox
Bat-eared fox with her cubs. The bat-eared fox (Octocyon megalotis) is a species of fox that is fairly common throughout Southern and Eastern Africa. They are primarily found in areas where there are short grass plains and where there are an abundance of termites and beetles. As their name suggest, they have enormous bat-like ears...
giraffe patches
Animals have evolved to have many remarkable adaptations to help them survive in the wild. Adaptations are any physical or behavioural characteristics of an animal that aid their survival in its natural habitat. The adaptations could be body parts, body coverings (i.e. markings) or behaviours. Predators have adaptations to make them successful hunters, whereas prey...
Cheetah health check by vet
Ubuntu Wildlife Trust is very excited to share with you all a new project we will be supporting. We will be working with Cheetah Outreach Trust in their latest project to collect data on the movement, using a Satellite tracking collar, of a recently rescued and rehabilitated male cheetah. Photo credit Ashia Cheetah Conservation. Cheetah...
Loggerhead sea turtle
Where the warm current from the sub-tropical Indian ocean eaters meets the cold Atlantic waters, biodiversity flourishes. South Africa’s marine biodiversity is quite spectacular, making the waters very unique. The rich waters attract many marine species, especially turtles. Out of the seven species of sea turtle found worldwide, all but two (the flatback turtle and...
donation poster
Since the birth of Ubuntu Wildlife Trust, our team has been extremely busy with our current projects, also identifying areas where our support is needed and putting together new (and very exciting) projects. Behind closed doors our team is working hard both in the UK and our guys on the ground in South Africa. We...
World Animal Day
Today is #worldanimalday ! World Animal Day all started when Heinrich Zimmerman, a German writer, publisher of the magazine Mensch bud Hundred (Man and Dog) and animal activist, wanted to start a movement for the prevention of cruelty to animals. He organised the first World Animal Day on 24 March 1925 in Berlin and moved...
Dung beetle on dung ball
It is easy for the little guys to get over looked when you are on a safari. The African dung beetle is far to fascinating to ignore and we want to explain to you all why. Dung beetle on its perfectly round dung ball. Dung beetles Dung beetles belong to a group of insects in...