Photos Of The Month #4

 

Our blog is back! And that means our photos of the month are back too!

Here are the best and most popular African inspired photos we found from March:

 

1 -  SUDAN (PHOTOGRAPHER UNKNOWN)

 This month we lost the last remaining male Northern White Rhino. His name was Sudan and he lived under an armed guard. There have been numerous attempts to get him to breed but as he was old and the only females left are his direct relatives it proved complicated. There is slim hope in breeding using collected specimens in a lab but it seems that this great species is coming to an end. It is a sad time for the rhino indeed.

This month we lost the last remaining male Northern White Rhino. His name was Sudan and he lived under an armed guard. There have been numerous attempts to get him to breed but as he was old and the only females left are his direct relatives it proved complicated. There is slim hope in breeding using collected specimens in a lab but it seems that this great species is coming to an end. It is a sad time for the rhino indeed.

 

2 - FAMILY BY @DEARWILDLIFE

 We shared this beautiful image for Mother's Day. The lioness' cub looks safe with it's mother, and so it should!

We shared this beautiful image for Mother's Day. The lioness' cub looks safe with it's mother, and so it should!

 

3 - THE PRETTY ONE BY @TOMWAYPHOTOGRAPHY

 Leopards are probably the most beautiful of all the big cats. Their fur is luscious and visually striking whilst also giving the camouflage needed to sneak up on their prey. They have great grace and a certain something in their eyes too!

Leopards are probably the most beautiful of all the big cats. Their fur is luscious and visually striking whilst also giving the camouflage needed to sneak up on their prey. They have great grace and a certain something in their eyes too!

 

4 - DIK-DIK BY @MOGENSTROLLE

 Meet The Dik-Dik, native to areas of Africa. These relatively small animals have the ability to live for up to a decade, get to speeds above 25 Miles Per Hour, and are named after the whistling-like call they give off from their noses when feeling threatened.

Meet The Dik-Dik, native to areas of Africa. These relatively small animals have the ability to live for up to a decade, get to speeds above 25 Miles Per Hour, and are named after the whistling-like call they give off from their noses when feeling threatened.

 

5 - BRAVE BY @JOHANSMALMAN

 He's a confident tortoise to be climbing on a lion's leg! He's much braver than we would be!

He's a confident tortoise to be climbing on a lion's leg! He's much braver than we would be!


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