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Africa is the world’s second largest and second most-populous continent, being behind Asia in both categories. At about 30.3 million km² including adjacent islands, it covers 6% of Earth’s total surface area and 20% of its land area.

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Welcome to See Rhinos in the Wild: A Complete Guide. We have searched for you for the best places to see Rhinos.  Rhinos belong to the ‘old ones’ on our planet. Just like elephants and hippos, they are the surviving representatives of a group of animals that was once very species-rich and diverse: the megaherbivores,...
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hippo in the water
Do you want to find out, what the best places to see Hippos in the wild are? Have a look at this article on the best locations for Hippo safaris and adventures.  They are huge vegans with dangerous fighting teeth and show off with the size of their excrement heaps. Hippos produce their own sunscreen...
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Do you want to see Elephants? Fascinated by the beauty, yet the power of the largest land mammal in the world? Ever wondered what it could be like to be up close and personal with an elephant so large, yet so thoughtful? A true adventure surely awaits you. They say an elephant never forgets. What...
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Africa Safari
Can’t decide where do you want to start your next (or first) safari in africa? We collected the top 10 safari parks in africa places to see wild african animals in their natural habitat. A safari (Swahili: journey) in one of Africa’s national parks is an exciting thing: many people can observe a larger number...
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Blue Shark Diving
Have you ever wondered how it is to dive with one of the most curious, yet gentle sharks in the world? A mesmerizing adventure is waiting for you. We collected where to dive with blue sharks. We have done all the research for you, to help you discovering blue sharks in their natural habitat.  In this...
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Mountain Gorilla Trekking
Have you ever wondered what it is like to stand next to a fully grown silverback gorilla with a weight of nearly 200 kg? Seeing these gentle giants in their natural habitat is one thing no one should miss. We collected everything you need to know about mountain gorilla trekking and safaris in Uganda, Rwanda...
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