CONFUSION IN MOTION

February 07, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
The lioness and her coalition executed a textbook-prefect ambush. They sprang from thick cover the moment their quarry surrendered their guard and dipped to drink. A millisecond before her claws could sink into flesh, some sense alerted the zebra herd and sent them rocketing off in every direction. Hooves and paws pounding the earth, panicked h...
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Dagga Boys

February 06, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Crusty old cape buffalo bulls. They don’t mix much with their kin. They roam alone or in tight bachelor gangs at the margins of the herds. ‘Dagga’ is the mud in which they wallow. It cakes their hides protecting hairless flanks from sunburn, snuffing skin parasites and salving wounds. Many believe that these bruisers (not crocs or hippo) are Afr...
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A LEGACY SCRIBBLED IN SEMEN AND IN BLOOD

February 05, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Scar. Arguably, one of the Maasai Mara's most recognizable wild citizens. Probably its best-known lion. His distinctive disfigurement, replicates the mark on his 'Lion King' namesake. In these parts, he is legend - he has scattered his seed, inflicted and absorbed battle blows and catapulted his DNA across his stunningly beautiful homeland....
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