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Male lions rarely hunt with the pride and only do so when big prey is involved like buffalos giraffe and sometimes young elephants. With their brute strength they make the take down look easy and save the pride a lot of trouble and potential injuries from the big prey. This is one of the reasons why lionesses will tolerate male lions in the pride.Filmed in Masai MaraBook a stay with us at Maasaisightings.comMaasaisightings.com
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In this nail-biting moment, a leopard risks injury by climbing to an extreme height to catch a Tawny Eagle Chick. The eagle finally succumbs to the leopard's grasp after putting up a fight. This sighting took place in the Kruger National Park. Send in your wildlife video here, and earn money: https://www.latestsightings.co....m/partnershipWildlif enthusiast and virtual p.a. Ally Bradfield and her husband were lucky enough to witness this incredible sighting on the S41, near Satara. Ally shares the story with LatestSightings.com: "On our annual winter Kruger break, we were staying at Satara and took a morning drive down the S41. Just before the Gudzani Dam, we noticed a car had stopped and was looking at a tree about 70m off the road. Slowing down to see what was going on, we saw a large shape moving in the nest at the top of the tree!" "We also saw a bird of prey dive-bombing the nest, so we grabbed the binoculars and couldn’t believe what we were seeing. A leopard in the nest! Of course, I started recording the sighting. We were not sure what bird it was at the time - but after looking at the footage and asking around, discovered that it was a Tawny eagle chick. They leave the nest around mid-end August." "In 20+ years of visiting the KNP every year, I have never witnessed anything like this before. I feel so lucky and privileged to have experienced it, and proud that I managed to capture the moment." "The grass was too long for us to monitor the leopard after it had left the tree, but I was guessing he would be eating his well-deserved catch for a while. My advice would be to just enjoy and appreciate it. If you have a camera, keep calm, have binoculars and a camera or even a video camera on the ready." To license the footage: [email protected] some of our exclusive specials at the Kruger National Park (Free nights): https://www.latestsightings.com/specialsSnapchat: LatestSightingsTwitter & Instagram: @LatestKrugerFor live wildlife sightings in the Kruger National Park: http://www.latestsightings.com/And like our Facebook page for great sightings and photos: https://www.facebook.com/latestsightingskruger
1,481 Views · 13 days ago
Watch this cheetah stalk, chase, wrestle and pin down its brother! 😂 Filmed by Michael Botes at MalaMala Game Reserve.Send in your wildlife video here, and earn money: https://latestsightings.com/film-earnTo license the footage: [email protected] some of our exclusive specials at the Kruger National Park (Free nights): https://www.latestsightings.com/specialsSnapchat: LatestSightingsTwitter & Instagram: @LatestKrugerFor live wildlife sightings in the Kruger National Park: http://www.latestsightings.com/And like our Facebook page for great sightings and photos: https://www.facebook.com/latestsighti...
346 Views · 18 days ago
Watch and find how lions hunt and catch the pradors. Protect our planet by observe it.
69,038 Views · 22 days ago
Queen Elizabeth II, the UK's longest-serving monarch, has died at Balmoral aged 96, after reigning for 70 years.
The Queen came to the throne in 1952 and witnessed enormous social change.
With her death, her eldest son Charles, the former Prince of Wales, will lead the country in mourning as the new King and head of state for 14 Commonwealth realms.
In a statement, Buckingham Palace said: "The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon."
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It seems that in any era snakes were considered the most dangerous predators.To hell with dinosaurs, look at the titanoboa! But that's the way nature works: there always has to be a balance, and every, even the cruelest, predator has an enemy.
1,448 Views · 24 days ago
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19,795 Views · 2 months ago
Most Dangerous To The Safest Country in Africa - Kigali, Rwanda
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I found a HIDDEN PARADISE in the mountains of GUATEMALA
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He left UK to Build Nigeria's Most Beautiful Beach (Paul Onwuanibe - CEO Landmark Group)
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In this episode I visit a terrible relic from the past, the town where there used to be a turtle slaughterhouse and where millions of turtles were killed in Mexico for their meat, leather and eggs. I continue along the coast to find a place where they protect turtles but to my shock, I learn that those operations have mainly stopped since the pandemic because there is no more money. Without any governmental funding either, these projects are mostly stranded. One is still going and is run completely by volunteers - I am in awe of the dedication to save these species and am grateful for the opportunity to see their incredible work.
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10 Views · 4 months ago
He Left USA to build a Multi-million Dollar Design Company in Nigeria
139 Views · 6 months ago
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Megacities, cities with a population of at least 10 million, are sprouting everywhere in Africa. Cairo in Egypt, Kinshasa in the DRC and Lagos in Nigeria are already megacities, while Luanda in Angola, Dar es Salaam in Tanzania and Johannesburg in South Africa will attain the status by 2030 according to the United Nations.
Abidjan in Ivory Coast and Nairobi in Kenya will surpass the 10 million threshold by 2040.
The number of people living in urban areas in Africa will double to more than 1 billion by 2040, according to the World Bank.
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Luanda is Angola’s capital and largest city. The city’s population was recorded at 8 million according to preliminary data in 2019, but the number was later revised to 7.5 million. Luanda has the highest annual population growth in Africa.
By 2030, it is estimated to have 9 million residents. The city hosts the country’s busiest seaport off the Atlantic Ocean coast. The seaport is a gateway to export petroleum, diamonds, iron ore, and fish products. It is also used to import iron, steel, machinery, flour, and coal.
Wealth from the mining and oil sectors has catalyzed a boom in construction in Luanda as high-rise offices and posh homes are built. Banking, finance, telecommunications, and tourism sectors are also booming in Luanda
Kinshasa is the Democratic Republic of Congo’s capital and largest city. It is located next to the Congo River. After Paris, it is the second-largest French-speaking city in the world. Kinshasa’s population is estimated to be between 10 million to 14 million.
Although the DRC is mineral-rich, 64% of the population lives below the poverty line. Gas, oil, agriculture, and timber are the other key resources sustaining Kinshasa’s economy. Due to corruption and perennial conflicts, most of the population does not benefit from the profits generated from the economy.
Cairo is Egypt’s largest city and capital. It is heralded as the cradle of civilization. It has a population of over 22 million. According to a 2014 Population Reference Bureau report, the country’s population is growing at a rate of 2.6 percent annually.
Cairo is Egypt’s economic hub with two-thirds of the country’s GDP generated in the greater metropolitan section.
Textile and food processing, iron and steel production, consumer good production, etc., are some of the top job-creating sectors in the city. Cairo is also a vibrant hub of tourism, commerce, finance, and government services.
Lagos City in Lagos State is Nigeria’s largest city and its economic capital. It is located on the Atlantic Ocean's coastline. It is the 7th fastest growing city in the world.
It has a population of 24 million. The population grows at an annual rate of 2 to 3 %. Unlike other states dependent on oil revenues, Lagos has a diversified economy with manufacturing, transport, construction, and retail sectors.
Lagos State generates $90 billion in goods and services annually. If it were a country, the Lagos State economy would be the 7th largest one in Africa.
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11 Views · 2 years ago
These to African Americans had the chance to travel throughout Port Elizabeth, Cape St. Francis and of course Tsitsikamma National Park. We had a ball of course and it was so exciting. We feel that everyone would enjoy this trip. Those from anywhere will find value in this video plan to travel now. We highly recommend the Eastern Cape with all that good food #tourism #movetoafrica
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I have arrived in a place called ASWAN, in the South of Egypt! Despite the fact that it's 47C outside (117F), it's SO AMAZING here because we are right on the Nile and everything is incredibly peaceful.
As we took a morning boat ride across the Nile, I noticed a really unique village on the shore, consisting of a bunch of blue and white circular buildings. We spontaneously stopped, checked out the village, and I realized that it's home to the NUBIAN TRIBE (which if you can remember from my videos in Sudan last year, it's the same people!).
This story is all about the Nubian way of life (yes, they really have crocodiles in their living room). I hope you enjoy!
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8 Views · 2 years ago
With one episode left to go in our first series - #WomenInTravel - James, Julia, and Stuart come together for a conversation about their journey with #InspiringAfricanTravel. We’ll share with you some sneak peeks into the next series and why it is we’re doing this. Thanks to everyone who’s subscribed and been a part of the journey so far and we promise we have lots of cool stuff to come for those of you who love travel in Africa and everything it stands for! Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast to get the latest episodes and the youtube channel is up and active as well!
10 Views · 2 years ago
Africa. The continent that never ceases to amaze me. My travels had taken me to southern Africa in the past but I was keen to explore west Africa. When cheap return flights for £170 per person became available to The Gambia, I couldn't have been more excited! It was the perfect opportunity to get my first taste of Africa's west coast.
The Gambia is the smallest country on the African continent and is bordered on all side's by the country of Senegal, except for the west side which meets the Atlantic Ocean.
Frequently dubbed the Smiling Coast of West Africa, I was keen to see for myself what The Gambia was like and what this small country had to offer.
In this vlog, we touch down at Banjul international airport and begin our journey south.
I hope you enjoy my first vlog in my Gambia series! I'm trying something a little different for this vlog series in making it a little more like a documentary, giving you information about the Gambia as well as my direct experience.
Let me know how you find it! If you enjoy it, please don't forget to subscribe for more!
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11 Views · 2 years ago
People have asked me to let them know when there's a cool metal event. People also miss their favorite bands and don't know about certain events. So to cater to this need I've compiled this list. I will make special mentions throughout the year so nothing is missed. You can follow my social media to find out more about newly announced gigs.
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13 Views · 2 years ago
Imvelo heads Vlakfortein to witness the coming of age of a young 16-year-old that is done the traditional way.
Catch Imvelo, an African religion magazine show, Sundays at 11:30 on SABC1! Watch episodes on SABC 1 YouTube after the TV broadcast.
From culture to tradition, customs and rituals, to spiritual and ancestral beliefs, Imvelo travels to different places in South Africa to explore various African traditional practices that are performed at different cultural rituals and events.
16 Views · 2 years ago
Happy New Year! Thousands of people gathered in the country's main cities to celebrate and welcome 2018. In Cape Town, revelers gathered from early yesterday at the V&A Waterfront where multiple stages were set up, offering a variety of live entertainment including jazz, acapella groups and dancing. Events were also held at Johannesburg's Constitution Hill and Tshwane's Caledonian stadium near the Pretoria CBD. Let's have a look at events across the country..
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9 Views · 2 years ago
Wassup? This past weekend I attended Shekhinah's #RoseFest with a few friends and it was a jump!!
Performances featured in this video: Sho Madjozi, Moonchild, Busiswa, DJ Zinhle, Simmy and Shekhinah. Enjoy the vlog :)
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Hey Friends! Finally after so many doubts and so many stupid insecurities I have decided to begin my vlog journey with this video. Thank you for watching this video and if it has entertained you, please SUBSCRIBE, Like and share with everyone you know. There's still lots of interesting content coming your way so please stay tuned, comment below, ask me questions and let me know what you think. Any tip/s will be appreciated. I am nervous and curious at the same time...
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4 Views · 2 years ago
So in this video, I share how I was able to plan a great event.
below are all the AMAZING services I used, they are all in my hometown Queenstown so if you are, or know a service provider of any sort please write the location and their name so we can help one another out and network!
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4 Views · 2 years ago
From wilderness to cultural heritage, Africa is a continent full of life and adventure waiting for you to discover. Welcome to MojoTravels and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the top 10 African Countries to Visit in 2019.
For this list, we’re taking a look at some of the African countries you simply need to visit in 2019, with a primary focus on wild nature as well as tradition. Thanks to Acacia Africa for the selections.
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3 Views · 2 years ago
When you think about travel, is Africa the first destination you think about? Sindi Buthelezi takes us on a journey which explores Africa and why we should all travel there at least once in our lifetimes. Sindi Buthelezi is a seasoned traveller, creative entrepreneur and self-taught photographer based in Arcadia, Pretoria. She’s backpacked and travelled 10 African countries including Egypt, Kenya, Mozambique, Tanzania and more. This former IT Specialist is passionate about travel, the arts and the field of Anthropology. During her travels in Tanzania she met a gentleman by the name of Anyitike who introduced her to the art of screen-printing which then saw her birthing AzaniaZulu, a youthful, urban & multifunctional clothing brand born out of passion and love for the African continent. She believes her life's mission is to help rebuild Africa; with hard work & prayer she believes she can achieve this. Some of her travels are documented on www.azaniazulu.com/travel and through her forthcoming travel memoir. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
2 Views · 2 years ago
How to travel Africa on budget
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The time when we questioned our cheap low-cost style of travel has finally come. The 8th episode of The African Vlog shows our journey to Burkina Faso. The journey that should be forgotten.
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7 Views · 2 years ago
Early 2018 we travelled to Benin for the Hunger Project. They celebrated their 10 year anniversary in this beautiful country, working hand in hand with locals towards a sustainable end of world hunger.
At the end of our trip we got 2 days of to see a bit of the country. Visiting Ganvie in lake Nokoue, and walking the route of the slaves. Which is very impressive!
Of course we missed out on a lot as well, not being able to see some of the wildlife in the north. There is much more to explore!
Benin is a stunning country with amazing people, I can only recommend visiting if you ever get the chance.
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