Cheetah the king of speed

cheetah walking in savannah

Acinonyx jubatus is him the king of speed? Cheetah the king of speed Scientific Name: Acinonyx jubatus English name: Cheetah Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Felidae Link to Red List page: IUCN Red List Habitat: Cheetah loves a lot of different environments. He is strongly adaptable so … Read more

Safari Botswana Okavango Delta

Botswana's lions

Safari Botswana discovering the Okavango Delta. Safari Botswana Botswana is a South African country. It doesn’t touch the sea, but its geographic position makes it a jewel. It is set on a plateau and 70% of its surface is occupied by the Kalahari desert. The capital city is Gaborone. Despite … Read more

Black Rhinoceros an unlucky wild animal

Black Rhino

Black Rhinoceros Black Rhinoceros Scientific Name: Diceros bicornis English name: Black Rhinoceros Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Perissodactyla Family: Rhinocerotidae Link to Red List page: Black Rhinoceros red list Habitat: He lives usually in savanna and tropical bush Dimensions: A male stands between 150 to 185 cm high … Read more

Komodo Dragon and his habitat

Komodo Dragon

Komodo Dragon and his habitat Komodo Dragon Scientific Name: Varanus komodoensis English name: Komodo Dragon Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Reptilia Order: Squamata Family: Varanidae Link to Red List page: Komodo Dragon IUCN Red List Habitat: We like to talk about this park because of its historical evolution. Since when is born … Read more

Gray Wolf iconic wild animal

Grey wolf with cub

Gray Wolf iconic wild animal Scientific Name: Canis lupus Linnaeus English name: Gray wolf Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Canidae Link to Red List page: Gray Wolf red list Habitat: The gray wolf doesn’t have a preferred habitat, is present everywhere even in inhospitable lands like … Read more

Rwanda Volcanoes NP Gorilla – Umubano group

A Silver Back Gorilla

Last Gorilla

Rwanda Volcanos Gorilla, we introduce today this great and spectacular animal. Mountain gorillas are protected from extinction risk. All the travelers have the same opinion, to visit gorillas is an incredible emotion!!

We agree, who can go, remember the number of visitors is very strictly and need to book a long time in advance.

Credits: Zdeno Horevaj

Serengeti National Park Tanzania Wildlife

Lions in Serengeti National Parks

Serengeti National Park Tanzania Wildlife Serengeti National Park Geography of Serengeti National Park Serengeti National Park is wonderful, also because it has many different environments. The altitude ranging from 900 mt to 1800 mt, and this is because of many zones with a variety of characteristics. The south and all the central … Read more

Lion vs Maasai, Human Wildlife conflict

Maasai vs Lions

Human-Wildlife conflict Human-Wildlife conflict is present everywhere in the world, where there is contact between humans and wild animals. It is a big problem in the modern era because many species are endangered. The real problem is not the wildlife but human interests. Priorities Most times people think that economic interests have priority … Read more

The Big Wolf Built to Kill

Wolf attack the bison

The Big Wolf Built to Kill

A very interesting documentary to illustrate the techniques of wolves hunting. The first scene shows while isolating a small bison but adults and mother save it. Then see a wounded adult isolate and using their technique to cause profound wounds in the perineum area. With this technique, the animal quickly loses a lot of blood and consequently the forces.

Then there is a nice short video with a puma female with the puppies hunting a young deer and then playing the puppies with the prey. Another scene is an attempt to attack an elk puppy but the mother defends it.

Then a night hunting is always at a moose but also explained the technique well. Then a beautiful scene of male alpha power dominating the young.

Salmon hunt while laying eggs. Then a hunt for a big deer bark very beautiful shows all pack strategy and the frontal attack this time deadly directed at the throat of a female that is isolated.

A scene sings about the death of an old male whose carcass is eaten by birds after which was overcome by a young male who then became the new alpha male.
Immediately afterward the new alpha is attacked as a fork demonstration of a female deer to which he does not give up.
Finally, a puma kills a deer but the wolves arrive, the puma immediately fights and goes away but the alpha male insists and tired the puma that eventually has to leave.
Here is the strategy, intelligence, and resistance as well as the strength that make this animal one of the most feared of the wild world.