Predators & Carnivores
Grazers & Browsers
Big Five in Kruger
Anatomy of a Lion Kill
Antelope in Kruger
Birdlife in Kruger
Predators in Kruger
Wildlife at Night
Seasons of Kruger Park
Wildlife and Natural Beauty
African Antelope FAQ
Carnivores - Dogs
Wildlife Facts - Cheetahs
Wildlife Facts - Hyenas
Wildlife Facts - Leopards
Wildlife Facts - Lions
Wildlife Facts - Primates
Wildlife Facts - Wild Dog
Wildlife in Kruger
History & Culture
Kruger National Park Wildlife
This comprehensive Kruger Park wildlife guide provides a detailed compendium of the animals, birds and reptiles that form the basis for the continued interest of nature-lovers in this fantastic African safari destination.
Anatomy of a Lion Kill
Kruger National Park Lion Kill - Lions hunt either alone or in prides. In collaborative hunts, it is usually the lioness who initiates the kill. Lions...
Most of Africa's herbivores can be classified as either grazers of grass or browsers of leaves off trees. Some animals, like the elephant and impala, do...
Fish Species in Kruger Park
The seven rivers that cross Kruger support an extremely rich aquatic life. Forty-nine fish species are found in Kruger's rivers, including two of the...
Forget Usain Bolt, Meet the Fastest Creature on Land - the Cheetah
Beautiful, majestic, agile and incredibly fast; a sighting of a Cheetah while on an African safari is an achievement seldom succeeded in and often longed...
Images of a Great African Park. Antelope
The Kruger National Park is home to many different species of animals, from Eland to small antelope such as Duiker and Steenbok. Impala are the most...
Images of a Great African Park. Birdlife
Bird life in Kruger Park is many and varied. The Park is home to the majority of South African raptors, while vultures occur most in central grasslands...
Images of a Great African Park. Predators
Many animals, especially predators like the small spotted genet and even antelope such as bushbuck and grey duiker, are active mainly at night...
Images of a Great African Park. The Big Five
By 1896 white rhino were extinct in the Lowveld, while elsewhere a relic 50 animals survived between the White and Black Umfolozi rivers in Zululand...
Images of a Great African Park. Wildlife
Young vervet monkeys are born mainly from October to January after a gestation period of 140 days. Vervets emit distinct alarm barks for different...
Kruger National Park Wildlife Facts - Leopards
Leopards are the least social – and perhaps the most beautiful – of the African big cats. They usually keep to themselves, lurking in dense riverine...
Kruger Park Facts - Prehistoric Animals
Over 3 million years Africa's fauna underwent a complete change. Forest-dependent species either died out or adapted to the more open landscape...
Kruger Park Wildlife Facts - Carnivores Cats
Of all the carnivores in Kruger Park, none fires the imagination more than the Cats. Their eyes, for a start are definitely the eyes of a killer....
Kruger Park Wildlife Facts - Carnivores. Dogs
It's interesting to note that where lions represent honest power and authority in the human consciousness, the hyaena is a universal symbol...
Kruger Park Wildlife Facts - Cheetahs
The Cheetah's body is built for speed. It's legs are relatively long compared to its greyhound-like body; it has a big heart and lungs and wide nasal...
Kruger Park Wildlife Facts - Lions
One of Africa's most unforgettable experiences is hearing the roar of a lion at night. When Ingonyama (Swazi) or Nghala (Shangaan) announces his presence...
Kruger Park Wildlife Facts - Snakes
There are 54 species of snakes found in Kruger Park, only nine of which are deadly poisonous. Although the black mamba is often portrayed as the most dangerous snake in Africa...
Kruger Wildlife Facts - African Wild Dog
The African wild dog is an endangered species, with only four remaining populations in Africa, one of which is Kruger. Their survival is dependent on the...
Kruger Wildlife Facts - Hyenas
The hyaena is a shaggy, untidy and opportunistic carnivore with a distinctive, sloping back. It is a member of the dog family, weighing around 60kg...
The Seasons of Kruger Park
In August the mornings and evenings are cool, but temperatures and humidity rise during the day, more moisture; winds indicate spring is on its way...
The Wildlife and Natural Beauty of Kruger Park
The South African National Park; Kruger National Park is the largest safari park in South Africa and is home to the Big Five as well as all of the...
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