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safariLIVE - Sunset Safari - November 4, 2018

Jump onto a LIVE, interactive African safari. Twice a day our expert guides invite you to explore the African wilderness in safari vehicles and on foot. Together, we will search for everything from elephants and lions to flowers and landscapes. Interact with your guide by asking questions through #safarilive on Twitter or via the chat stream located to the right of the feed on YouTube. UPDATE: As of Monday, 15 October: The Sunrise drive runs from 05:00 - 08:00 local time, which means start times of 23:00 EDT, 20:00 PDT, 03:00 in the UK [GMT], 05:00 in Central Europe, and 14:00 Sydney time. Our Sunset Safari runs from 16:00 - 19:00 local time, which means start times of 10:00 EDT, 07:00 PDT, 14:00 in the UK [GMT], 16:00 in Central Europe, and 01:00 Sydney time. When safariLIVE isn't live, you can view the feed from the Djuma Waterhole camera, from the heart of Djuma Private Game Reserve in the Sabi Sand/greater Kruger National Park area.

Heart Of The Okavango: Island Of Lions [African Predators & Preys Documentary] Wild Things

Described as "the jewel" of the Kalahari, Okavango is a tranquil and isolated oasis set in Botswana's unsympathetic desert. Home to many of Africa's big predators and indigenous semi-nomadic tribes, the Okavango Delta is a unique natural resource and one of the largest deltas in the world. Today, it is an oasis teeming with an amazing cross-section of unexpected animal life. Fish, crocodiles, hippos and antelope coexist in the delta, and the lion rules this kingdom. This is a rich but rare paradise, isolated by the watery wilderness of the delta. But will the recent discovery of tourism endanger the beating heart of Okavango? Click here for more documentaries: For exclusive clips, follow us Facebook: Any queries, please contact us at: Content licensed by ITV Studios.

Mother Cheetah Save His Baby Fail and Hunting Eagle To Revenge

Mother Cheetah Save His Baby Fail and Hunting Eagle To Revenge

Sư tử vs Baboon vs Lion ➚ Animals Sudden attack chimpanzees,Lion,Leopard, Gorilla

Sư tử vs Baboon vs Lion ➚ Animals Sudden attack chimpanzees,Lion,Leopard, Gorilla Info chimpanzees: Chimpanzees in the wild have different cultures. That is, different groups of chimpanzees that live in different parts of Africa have unique behaviors, tools, and traditions that are passed down from generation to generation. In their natural habitats, chimpanzees are known to use plants with medicinal value to self-medicate themselves. The time a female chimpanzee is pregnant, known as the gestation period, is 230-260 days. At birth, a chimpanzee weighs about four pounds and has a white tuft of fur on his/her rump. Like human infants, newborn chimpanzees are entirely dependent on their mothers for warmth, protection, transportation, and nourishment. In their natural habitat, chimpanzees nurse for 5 years. During this time, they learn what to eat and what to avoid by watching their mothers and other adult chimpanzees. Chimpanzees begin wandering short distances from their mothers at about 8 months of age. Chimpanzees enter adulthood at about 13 years of age. Chimpanzee mothers may enjoy life-long bonds with their adult sons and daughters. Chimpanzees make and use tools, such as stones to crack nuts, twigs to probe for insects or honey, spears to hunt small mammals, and wads of crumbled leaves to sponge drinking water from hard-to-reach places. Some chimpanzees have learned to “talk” using American Sign Language, symbols, and computer graphics. Some have even combined signs to come up with new words. When the famous sign language chimpanzee, Washoe, first saw a swan, she called it a “water bird.” Chimpanzees, like humans, use facial expressions to convey emotions. Chimpanzees have emotions similar to those we call joy, anger, grief, sorrow, pleasure, boredom, and depression. They also comfort and reassure one another by kissing and embracing. Adult chimps are estimated to be at least twice as strong, and perhaps even seven times as strong, as humans. This trait is one of the reasons that people who have chimps as pets often end up giving their chimp to an organization like Save the Chimps. Chimpanzees have 32 teeth. Chimpanzees’ body temperature is the same as humans, at 98.6 degrees. Standing upright on two legs, a chimpanzee may reach over 4 feet in height, and weigh more than 150 lbs. Even though chimpanzees’ habitat is often near water, chimps cannot swim, due to the structure and density of their bodies. A chimpanzee’s senses of sight, taste, and hearing are similar to those of humans. Like humans, chimpanzees eat a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. Chimpanzees not only have opposable thumbs, like humans, but they also have opposable big toes, so they can grab things with their hands and their feet. While humans have blood types A, B, O, and AB, chimps have only A or O.

Meet The Striped Hyenas! | The Lion Whisperer

Meet Dhubba and Sparky! They can be a little shy, so this week Dr Caldwell is tranquillising them to allow Kevin and co to give them a check up before moving them into a new enclosure. Move over Vayetse, Livy and Ginny!  Become a member of Lion Whisperer TV and receive exclusive videos and content! Find our more here: Subscribe here: and help #SaveLions Website: Facebook: Instagram: The Kevin Richardson Wildlife Sanctuary's mission is to provide a self-sustaining African carnivore sanctuary for the purposes of wild species preservation through education, awareness and funding, especially pertaining to the rapid decline of large carnivores in Africa due to habitat loss, human-predator conflict, unscrupulous hunting, disease and their illegal trade. To raise awareness, Kevin has now set up his YouTube Channel 'LionWhispererTV'. The channel is all about raising awareness about not only the declining numbers of lions, but also how this rapid decrease is happening. By watching these videos, you are directly contributing to our scheme of land acquisition. Kevin captures the majority of his footage on GoPro cameras, allowing the viewer to get as close as possible to the lions. By doing this, Kevin hopes to give people an insight into the lives of these beautiful creatures and to let them see just what they can do to help. You can nearly touch them.

Two dead giraffes created quite the stir in the Maasai Mara this week. With predators and scavengers going head-to-head for the tastiest treats, one unlucky vulture found itself at the sharp end of a hungry lioness' claws!