LET PAUL GROBLER ACCOMPANY YOU FOR THE TRIP OF A LIFETIME IN AFRICA
Posted on June 7, 2012
by Somewhere in Africa Safaris
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On a walking safari through the African bush, you might notice an old termite mound with many holes in it . These holes are quite often utilised by Africa’s smallest carnivore , the Dwarf mongoose ( Helogale parvula) . They weigh in at between…
Category: Walking with Paul GroblerTags: Africa, bush walk, Common Dwarf Mongoose, dwarf mongoose, Helogale parvula, insect, Mongoose, Mozambique, walking safari, Zambia, Zimbabwe
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Okavango Delta awarded World Heritage Site status.
The Okavango Delta in Botswana has been listed by UNESCO as the 1,000th World Heritage Site.