Baboons are fun to watch but sometimes dangerous to be around.
Especially those in troops. They can be playful, imitating our moves. Which may carry you away. They are also quick and observant. They will peruse through their surroundings, identify a bag and figure a way of getting to it before you can even notice their move.
They have been observed not to fear females and sometimes attach to them. But fear the males.
One bite from the crocodiles is enough to send you to the other world.
Some rivers have been known to have crocodiles, and people at a time don’t take precautions while around them. They may look calm, but we should always remember that they are wild animals and capable of hurting/killing us.
In some instances, we have seen humans having unique relationships with such wildlife. But also witnessed how these animals turned on them unexpectedly.
No matter how friendly they may appear, or turn out to be. It’s important to always understand that they are Wildlife, and no one can be sure of their reaction all the time.
Did you know that the zebra’s stripes are unique just like our fingerprints?
Can You Tell The Difference?
Clue; The Horns
Did you know that horns in antelopes differ based on their gender?
Some females don’t have horns or have straight ones. While the males have the long and sometimes curry ones.
Remember All gazelles are Antelopes, but not all antelopes are gazelles
Just young giraffes hanging out.
Did you know that the male ostrich lay on the eggs during the night for camouflage?
It’s refreshing seeing kids being introduced to wildlife conservation early in life.
“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life,” Confucius once said.
Talking to kids from areas that are heavily affected by human-wildlife conflicts, allows you to see the other side of the coin.
Wildlife can sometimes cause pain and loss. Kudos to all local communities who continue to protect the wildlife despite the cost paid sometimes.