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What a fantastic 2018 season it has been! Here is a sneak peak into our game viewing experience this year...
#RemoteAfricaSafaris #atnaturespace #safari #zambia #luangwavalley #gameviewing #2018season #tafikacamp #chikokotrails #mwaleshi #exceptionalmoments
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During November we saw several young boomslang in the same bush during our night drives. Although boomslangs are very poisonous with hemotoxic venom, they are extremely shy and unaggressive so they can be viewed harmlessly. Due to their shy nature, we rarely see them so this was quite a special occasion! #remoteafricasafaris #atnaturespace #boomslang #zambia #luangwavalley #snakes #raresighting #nightdrive #underthespotlight ...

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Tafika Camp closes today, concluding the 2018 season for #RemoteAfricaSafaris. It has been a great one! Thanks to everyone who has shared it with us and we look forward to welcoming new and returning faces in 2019. #atnaturespace #endofseason #2018season ...

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The impala foals have arrived! This marks a special time at the end of season when the female impalas throughout the valley start dropping their precious cargo and we start seeing their little foals wobbling around on long spindly legs. We were lucky to see this foal out in the open for a bit before mum shepherded it away from sight.
#impalayoung #impalafoal #luangwavalley #southluangwa #RemoteAfricaSafaris #atnaturespace #motherandchild
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Mwaleshi Camp was the last walking camp to close and was packed up a week and a half ago. Alex led the team in packing away everything safely for next year and they all headed for home. The end to another great season up in the North Luangwa! #endofseason #mwaleshicamp #remoteafricasafaris #endofyear #closingtime #northluangwa ...

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These 6 lovely lionesses have been around Tafika Camp for the past two days and settled just behind chalet 6. They worked up an appetite last night and devoured 2 impala down on the beach of our peninsula! #lionappetite #RemoteAfricaSafaris #AtNaturesPace #catsincamp #lioness #bigcats ...

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Did you know: scientists have found that stick insect eggs can pass through a bird's digestive system unharmed! This means that even if a female stick insect containing eggs gets eaten her offspring may still survive. This could even benefit the relatively less mobile insects by facilitating dispersal #BushFacts #AtNaturesPace #macrowildlife ...

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