Saturday, 16 October 2021

A Zebra's Lucky Escape

 


A matter of a few inches is what gave this zebras lucky escape. 

Watching the Kanderi Females for about 4 hours, an unsuspecting herd of zebra approached to where one of the lionesses was resting. As the lioness was facing the wrong direction both zebra and lion were in for a surprise once they spotted each other. A quick chase and the zebra was really lucky to escape as it was an instinct attack rather than a stalk. 

If you slow down the video you will see how close it was and that the zebra had also lost its tail in the past to lions. 

These are some of the wildlife we may see on a Tsavo East Safari with Wild Kenya Safaris. 

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Thursday, 14 October 2021

The Low Seas, Scuba Diving Kisite Marine Park, Kenya

 


Some beautiful marine life i filmed while scuba diving in shallow depths of 2 to 10 meters, the low seas of kisite marine park in Kenya. 

These are some of the marine life we may see on a snorkeling or scuba diving tour with Wild Kenya Safaris. 

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Tuesday, 12 October 2021

Lioness With A Baby Zebra Meal | On Safari #14

 



On this safari game drive in tsavo east national park we see the mfereji pride next to the vehicle, a lion with baby zebra meal, baboons feeding, hartebeest, a family of lesser kudu and so much more! 

These are some of the wildlife we may see on a Tsavo East Safari with Wild Kenya Safaris. 

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Saturday, 9 October 2021

Lion Chasing Jackals From Her Meal


 

It was quite an interesting moment watching this lion chasing jackals from her meal. The little jackals were being quite brave and kept coming back after the lion chases them away. The lioness had her fill already and took it more like a instinctive game of chase. 

These are some of the wildlife we may see on a Tsavo East Safari with Wild Kenya Safaris. 

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Monday, 4 October 2021

Lions Marking Their Territory

 


Walking down the road at sunset the lions marking their territory on the leaves and bushes helps define their territory range as well as inform other members of the lion pride and rivals where they are. Lion territories are approximately 20 square kilometers or even more and are passed down through generations of females. Territory marking and roaring go hand in hand to reinforce boundaries. 

These are some of the wildlife we may see on a Tsavo East Safari with Wild Kenya Safaris. 

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Sunday, 3 October 2021

The Lion, The Leopard and The Jackals

 


On this Safari in tsavo east national park, we get to see an incredible interaction between the lion, the leopard and the jackals. Also seen are fringed eared oryx, baby giraffes, elephant and much more! 

These are some of the wildlife we may see on a Tsavo East Safari with Wild Kenya Safaris.

Thursday, 30 September 2021

Lion and the Guineafowls



Every game drive has very interesting and unique moments, this lion and the guineafowls encounter was really one of those special times. 

While watching some vulturine and helmeted guinea fowl run towards a little water puddle for a drink, a lioness showed up and this got the guineafowls really excited and alarm calls were buzzing. 

The lion had her tail up, clearly sending a message that she was no threat. It was amazing to watch how towards the end of the video the guineafowl were bold enough to approach her. After the lioness finished her drink, the birds approached the water too.

These are some of the wildlife we may see on a Tsavo East Safari with Wild Kenya Safaris.

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Sunday, 19 September 2021

Baby Elephants Playing in Water

 


How cute are these baby elephants playing in water. At one of the waterholes in tsavo east national park, a herd of elephants were taking a drink while some baby elephants became best of friends while playing together in the muddy water hole.

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Sunday, 7 March 2021

Why Do Elephants Eat Sand


Why do elephants eat sand?

The elephant's trunk is actually a long nose. It uses it for smelling drinking and picking stuff up like grass and twigs to eat, it also uses it for breathing while swimming.

At the end of the elephant's trunk are two finger-like features which helps it to grab really small items like sand and pebbles.
The sand could also work as an abrasive by helping to digest some of the more fibrous plants that it eats.

Elephants eat sand which contain minerals like calcium sodium and iron which is important for maintaining a healthy diet.
This elephant is using its toenails to break some particles of the soil and actually, it's pushing some of the sand right into the trunk before picking it up, it's not using those two finger like structures, it's breaking the bigger pieces and then putting it into its mouth.

Sometimes the sand or clay could help minimize stomach aches from the plants which have toxins.
Every elephant is a different individual and each has its own style of eating sand. So the earlier one was actually pushing the sand into its trunk whereas these ones are using the fingers on the trunk to pick up the sand and put it into their mouth.
Female elephants tend to eat more sand than males, which suggests that the females have a greater nutritional need for it especially during pregnancy and lactation.

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Monday, 1 March 2021

Elephant Follows The Wrong Family


 

A young elephant follows the wrong family.
This young elephant was a little too attached to a wandering herd which had a few youngsters in it. While the herd was walking away it suddenly realized that it was in the wrong family and hurriedly rushed back trying to search for its own herd. Its very nice and interesting to see its interaction with others during the search.
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Friday, 26 February 2021

Hyena, Jackals, Buffalos | On Safari In Tsavo East #9

 


On this Safari game drive in tsavo east, we get to see a spotted hyena, jackals, crested francolin with chicks, huge male elephants, unusual gathering of 8 secretary birds, a ground hornbill with a bird as its prey, a huge herd of buffalo and many other varieties of birds and animals.

These are some of the wildlife we may see on a Tsavo East Safari and to book a safari with us, simply visit our website www.wildkenyasafaris.com


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Wednesday, 10 February 2021

Thousands Of Quelea, Ostrich Eating Stones | Virtual Tsavo East Safari #7

 



On this Safari game drive in tsavo east, we get to see thousands of red billed quelea flying, ostrich eating stones, bee eaters chasing ground hornbills, zebra with an itch, impalas, elephants, secretary bird on a nest and many other varieties of birds and animals.

These are some of the wildlife we may see on a Tsavo East Safari and to book a safari with us, simply visit our website www.wildkenyasafaris.com


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