Contributing Monkie G Monkie
Published on October 8, 2008
We drive through the Zambezi National Park to Hwange National Park a 15000 square kilometres of Kalahari Sand country and home to a wider diversity of animals, because of the lack of predators. There are no lions in this park, Leopards are the only predator left in the park and is way to small to take down the large prey species, like the water buffalo. This is home to the great Victoria water falls.
On this edition we will see: Rhino, Buffalo, Zebra, Elephants, New Born Baby Elephants, termites.