Are you also fascinated by African Animals?
Have you ever wondered why African animals behave like they do in the wild?
How do predators plan their menus and what unique hunting technique do every specie specialize in?
We investigate the courtship rituals of African wildlife, how they care for their young and numerous other African animal facts that may have always puzzled you.
A successful African cat predator is likely to have:
- exceptional vision and hearing,
- a body that is long and slim and a
- coat that is designed to camouflage and conceal.
The strategies employed in hunting techniques fall into two main groups - either the long chase or hunting by stealth. We have a closer look at each specie's technique.
Why do some people think the African lion male is a lazy and useless hunter?
How do cooperative hunting among lions increase their success rates?
Leopards hunting technique is classically feline.
When it sights a
potential target it stalks forward making
clever use of cover.
Cheetahs are designed for speed .
The small head, slender body and highly developed respiratory system make them nature's speed machines.
Is the Spotted hyena a cowardly scavenger or do they hunt for their own food?
Why do they get referred to as laughing hyenas? We give you the answers.
Bovids range in size from a 4 pound royal antelope to the African buffalo and Eland that weigh over a ton.
Our giraffe pictures shows how bulls swing their heads like medieval maces when enter into combat.
One giraffe will land a thundering blow on the body of the opponent with its
color vision finds it difficult to isolate a single zebra when they are bunched up in groups.
This is why you will very seldom see lone zebras by themselves.
Hippopotamuses seems so placid.
Can this really be the most dangerous African animal?
African buffaloes are known to kill more hunters in Africa than any
other wildlife animal.
How did they get this reputation?
Please take some time to browse through the pages of African Wildlife trivia and facts we have put
together for your delight.
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