Isn’t it wonderful that our four-legged friends turn to song in order to ward off any danger and celebrate the birth of new life?
MalaMala is a large privately owned reserve which neighbours Sabi Sands and shares a common border with Kruger National Park.
Part of the reason one goes to the bush is to get away from the horrors of a traffic jam. Still, things could be a lot worse than idling behind four lions.
A pair of safari-goers were lucky enough to come across a couple of curious male lions, two of which came head-to-head with them while they sat in their tiny car.
That wildebeest has one crocodile gripping it by the head, and another clinging on to one of its legs. In short, its chances of survival don’t look great.
A recent situation at the Paul Kruger Gate illustrated why it’s best to exercise caution and common sense in the park.
Never has the saying “out of the frying pan into the fire” been more applicable.
Cyclone Eloise, since downgraded to Tropical Storm Eloise, tore through the Kruger National Park and other parts of South Africa this weekend.
You can spend a lifetime in the bush and never see anything quite like this showdown between three predators with very different techniques.
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In the Kruger National Park, a pack of four-legged heroes are fighting the good fight against poachers.
In a rare example of inter-species affection, this baboon in the Kruger Park was seen nurturing the young predator cub.
A heroic ranger in the Kruger Park took down five heavily armed poachers, one of whom had a rifle pointed in his direction.
64-year-old tourist Krishna Tummalapalli was staying at the Shishangeni Lodge in early June, and captured this remarkable showdown at a waterhole.
Everybody’s seen the world-famous ‘Battle at Kruger’, and 15 years later, a similar showdown has occurred at the exact same dam.
Sir Richard Branson’s privately owned Ulusaba Private Game Reserve doesn’t skimp on luxury, which might explain the hefty price tag.
Kruger Park gets many plaudits for the Big Five that roam around, but sometimes the biggest battles play out between unlikely adversary.
An overprotective buffalo and a young lion had an odd interaction over a water monitor at Kruger National Park, and there was only ever going to be one winner.
In yet another epic sighting from the Kruger National Park, a herd of buffalo take on a pride of lion. There’s a sting in the tail of this one.
Thanks to the efforts of tireless volunteers, all of South Africa’s national parks are now on Google Street View. Please do enjoy.
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A leopard may sit well above the porcupine on the food chain, but that doesn’t always mean the cat will always have its way. Eina.
There’s a joke in here somewhere about those old Chomp chocolates, but I’ll take the high road. A hippo under attack from a pride of lions takes extreme measures.
Thanks to a drought times are tough in certain parts of the Kruger, and it was a baby hippo that came to the rescue of its ailing mother.
The Kruger Park has seen a disturbing increase in reckless driving over the past few years, and this is right up there with the worst of them.
There’s an animal tracking app that shows tourists where the latest sightings are, but Kruger Park officials aren’t too happy about it.