Posts Tagged ‘African Elephant Food Chain’
African Food Chain
Ready for an African lion safari? It’s no secret free ranging lion populations have been on the decline in Africa. The king of the jungle has been humbled in recent years by human progress and despite it’s obvious symbol of strength, the African lion has virtually been consigned to spending it’s life in large conservation parks.
Is this a bad thing? Well, looking at the positves, it’s a whole lot better than seeing this proud creature wiped off the face of the Earth completely!
The Lion’s Demise
The african lion’s numbers have been a cause for great concern Read the rest of this entry »
African Savanna Food Chain
In this article you are going to find wonderful African safari Tours and African safari holidays that are varied, exciting and striking. Regardless of whether you’re thinking about a serene sunrise while on an Africa safari, a camel trek with Berber tribesmen, or a close encounter with mountain gorillas, Africa will touch you deeply and beckon you to return again and again.
Africa is the world’s second largest continent, which covers a massive 6% of the world’s surface. Its size means it is a place with much contrast. Its climate runs from tropical to subarctic. Read the rest of this entry »
Elephant Food Chain
Now everyone has heard about the BIG Five of the Serengeti: The Lion, Elephant, Buffalo, Leopard and the Rhino. Their abilities are in clear display through the strength, agility or endurance they demonstrate in the wild environment. But all of these are at the top of the pecking order in the food chain. Studying them to understand self preservation strategy is akin to following the strongest organizations in their tactics for survival. Surely not applicable to smaller firms that are unique in their strengths and capabilities.
To get interesting insights on hunting and survival strategies for Read the rest of this entry »