22-year-old Weston Behlen was enjoying his evening at Kings Camp in the Timbavati Private Game Reserve, Greater Kruger, when he captured some dramatic footage.
Lions and leopards doing battle over a kill is nothing too unusual, but to witness that battle playing out in the upper branches of a tree, one of which then snaps, certainly is.
Two lions looking to quench their thirst after a kill in the MalaMala Private Game Reserve were confronted by a fearless terrapin.
Never has the saying “out of the frying pan into the fire” been more applicable.
Seeing either of these species takes a healthy slice of luck, let alone watching a high-speed chase unfold in front of you.
Guests on a game drive in the Pilanesberg National Park were treated to a front-row seat, as a pride of lion went after a buffalo.
You can spend a lifetime in the bush and never see anything quite like this showdown between three predators with very different techniques.
Filmed at Ngwenya Lodge, which borders Kruger National Park, it all started when the crocodile laid her eggs in the soft riverbank sand.
Despite the fact that a cheetah was busy gnawing on its hindquarters, props to this impala for refusing to go down without a good fight.
We may be stuck indoors, but there’s still plenty of action going on in our country’s parks and private reserves.
The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park played host to a showdown between a ground squirrel and a Cape cobra, with the squirrel desperate to defend its young.
You might not recognise the name Nadav Ossendryver, but you’ve probably seen one of his videos at some point in the not-too-distant past.
64-year-old tourist Krishna Tummalapalli was staying at the Shishangeni Lodge in early June, and captured this remarkable showdown at a waterhole.
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.
Chameleons are masters of blending in, but this poor chap in the Kruger National Park seems to have thrown in the towel.
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.
Sometimes it takes great patience and perseverance for a pride of lions to bring down their prey, and other times dinner appears gift-wrapped.
They say there’s strength in numbers, and that’s certainly true for this herd of buffaloes up in Kruger Park. Looks like someone is going home hungry.
It isn’t every day you see a tiny buffalo strike fear into the heart of an adult elephant, and there’s something about this video that is really satisfying.
You might not be a huge fan of the hadeda and their call, but for most of us the Egyptian Geese is an ever bigger nuisance. This baboon turns the tables.
Filmed at the same waterhole as the famous ‘Battle at Kruger’, this dramatic battle for survival shows how brutal nature can be.
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.