Why I Will Never Forget the Maasai

João Amado shares his passionate encounter with the Maasai of Kenya. He particularly remembers with fondness their loved colour and the smiles of the women.

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You May Soon See Prehistoric Animals on Safari

Imagine going on a prehistoric game drive where among the animals you could see include the dinosaur, Hyaenodon, quagga, woolly mammoth or even Neanderthal man! Genetic science is drawing us closer to this possibility.

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Tsavo Man-eaters did not Eat 135 People

For long, it was thought the man-eaters of Tsavo ate 135 people. New evidence is now revealing the number may have been way smaller.

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What Happens to Lost Luggage at Airports?

Have you ever wondered what happens to lost luggage in our airports? This article will answer this question and many more and shed some light on trends in technology geared towards minimising such loss.

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The Leopard is Truly Nature’s Master of Stealth

Have you had a Leopard stalk you for minutes and lived to tell the story? Paul Kamande shares one such story that happened in the Maasai Mara.

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It seems Dinosaurs still Live among Us

Might it be possible that dinosaurs may still be living among us? Paul Kamande takes a closer look at the Crocodile and offer an interesting perspective.

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Why The Lion King is Under Siege

The power struggle in the wildlife kingdom has taken a different turn. Some even doubt whether the reign of the Lion King exists.

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What Stops the Cape Buffalo from Becoming King?

Weighing a whooping 900 Kg, the African Cape Buffalo is by far the fiercest of mammals to walk the face of the earth but can it be King of the Jungle?

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