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The elephants have been frequenting the Tafika waterhole lately and we're getting great views from the camp hide. #RemoteAfricaSafaris #AtNaturesPace #africanelephants #tafikahide ...

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Elegant impala are abundant in the Luangwa but no less lovely to see. Most mature females will be pregnant and the first tiny impala young will start dropping next month. It's a tough time for the impala herds as they push through the driest time of the year, trying to evade the increasing attentions of predators around the only remaining water sources. Thanks to @albasdad (Andre Erlich) for the image #RemoteAfricaSafaris #AtNaturesPace ...

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#RemoteAfricaSafaris #TafikaCamp is nestled in a grove of majestic sausage and leadwood trees. Leadwoods are aptly named after their extremely dense, hard wood. Leadwoods are known to live up to 1000 years! And then the dead trees can remain standing for another few 100 years - pretty incredible! #AtNaturesPace ...

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Verreaux's eagle-owls are a special sighting. Their pink eyelids and impressive size are unmistakable. These owls are only common in well conserved areas like the Luangwa and are generally threatened due to their slow reproductive rate, low density and large size. Make sure you stop to admire these impressive birds! Thanks to Andre Erlich for the great image! #RemoteAfricaSafaris #AtNaturesPace ...

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This mating pair of lions was spotted on a morning drive from Tafika this August. Caught on camera by Bryan Jackson. ...

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There's nothing like celebrating special occasions on the banks of the Luangwa river with a sunset backdrop and serenading hippos. #atnaturespace #RemoteAfricaSafaris #hipposong ...

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Carmine bee-eaters are just starting to form breeding congregations and will soon start excavating nests in carefully chosen river banks. The soil needs to be sandy enough for them to dig but sturdy enough not to collapse on their burrows. These burrows can be up to 3.7m long! #RemoteAfricaSafaris #AtNaturesPace ...

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