|   A Safari Category List, Wildlife

Can’t Take My Eyes off of You: The Tragic Lives, and Loves, of Sable Antelopes

Male sable antelopes maintain an awkward, flexed-neck posture even when galloping. It makes them appear more physically imposin...

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  |   A Safari Category List, Safari

You Won’t Forget: The Difference between African and Asian Elephants

One of these things is not like the other…but at first it might be hard to see the difference between African and Asian elepha...

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  |   A Safari Category List, Safari

What Makes a Cheetah So Fast?

The spectacle of a cheetah running at full speed is art; the anatomy and physique facilitating its speed and agility is genetic...

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  |   A Safari Category List, Safari

From the Field: Leopard with its Kill

Our guest, Alexandre Birguer, was lucky to be in the right place at the right time for this rare, close-range sighting of Tanza...

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  |   A Safari Category List, Safari

Mountain Gorilla Twins Born in Rwanda

3-day old gorilla twins, photographed by Thomson Safaris guests, Deborah, Stephen and Rebekah. On May 27th, a mountain gorilla ...

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  |   A Safari Category List, About/By Thomson Staff

Wild Dog Sighting in the Serengeti

Bryan, from our U.S. sales team, just returned from Tanzania with lots of great stories, gorgeous photos and some really impre...

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  |   A Safari Category List, Safari

Aren’t All Rhinos Grey?

Don’t let the name fool you, rhinos are grey in color, not black or white as their names suggest. Both species are found in sub...

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  |   A Safari Category List, Safari

Reintroduction of Rhino in the Serengeti

With its sturdy build, menacing horn and impenetrable hide, it is hard to imagine that the fate of the rhinoceros – one of the ...

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  |   A Safari Category List, Safari

Is safari for the birds? You betcha!

Tanzania is home to an abundance of stunning birds. Many of our guests return with a new-found appreciation for birds after obs...

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