We had a wonderful breeding season with our Giraffe here at Pamuzinda Safari Park. Nature somehow has a way of balancing things out and our numbers are once again growing. Some years ago an unseasonal black frost that stripped the trees of their higher foliage caused considerable problems for these enigmatic animals. I guess they cannot swallow “uphill” so with a leaf shortage they can’t just switch to eating grass. Here one of last season’s young ones is trying to figure out if his problem is that his legs are too long or his neck is too short.
Giraffes face an Up-hill Battle as Black Frost strip Trees
Life has been kind to us and allowed us to live in the only country that has all three sections of the majestic Zambezi River.
Well – where do they come from? I’m sure that if you ran a poll today, asking the question in the title, there would be
Years ago in East Africa we had a very beautiful plant that flowered during the rainy season. We called it the Pyjama Lily due to