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Cheetahs: populations, threats and conservation, by Dylan Smith

by Tswalu Kalahari on March 28, 2019 in Conservation, News, Wildlife, 

A cheetah and its… Continue reading

All about aardvark, by Dylan Smith

by Tswalu Kalahari on March 17, 2019 in Conservation, News, Wildlife, 

The aardvark (Orycteropus afer) is a fascinating animal. The only one of its kind, its genus name derives from Greek and means “digging/burrowing… Continue reading

Sparrow weaver chicks! by Anthony Brown

by Tswalu Kalahari on February 28, 2019 in Conservation, News, Wildlife, 

It’s been an exciting field season so far at Tswalu Kalahari Reserve for the Sparrow Weaver Project team, with a wave of new chicks arriving in our… Continue reading

World Pangolin Day: A tribute to pangolin

by Tswalu Kalahari on February 16, 2019 in Conservation, News, Wildlife, 

A pangolin is a prehistoric-looking mammal with large keratin scales covering its skin. It uses its well-developed sense of smell to find insects. It’s… Continue reading

7 facts about giraffe, by Dylan Smith

by Tswalu Kalahari on January 20, 2019 in Conservation, News, Wildlife, 
  • Three decades ago, giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis) species in Africa numbered about 150 000 individuals across their range. Today that figure… Continue reading

Tree survival in the Kalahari, by field guide Kyle Ansell

by Tswalu Kalahari on January 08, 2019 in Conservation, News, 

Dealing with the lack of surface water and rainfall within the Kalahari area is a real challenge. The camel thorn (Vachellia erioloba) deals with this… Continue reading

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