Wildlife TV

Learn interesting and funny plant and animal facts with videos and photos


With so many interesting articles in one place here at WildlifeTV, it can get a bit confusing to find what you need, that’s why we have created this index page to help you get around. But if you ever just want to get back to the front page, where you can see the latest post, you can just click on Home. The About page is where you can read a little bit about us, Sofia and Nick, the co-authors of WildlifeTV.

Many of our articles form part of a series, and you’ll find a list of these below:

Photo Previews showcases some of the best pictures we have from the bush including animals, plants, people and scenery.

Here are all of the parts: 01020304050607080910

Baby Animals: How do they survive? Is a series that looks at interesting strategies that various animals use to survive in their crucial first moments of life.

Here are all of the parts: 0102030405

Eating Habits is a series that looks at different things that animals eat to supplement their diets.

Here are all of the parts: GeophagiaOsteophagia – Coprophagia

For all of our other articles, depending on their subject, you can check the different categories listed on the right.

Arthropods: for articles mentioning our creepy crawly friends; spiders, insects, millipedes and more can be found here.

Birds: for articles about the feathered flocks of noisy birds, in all their beautiful colours.

Botany: for articles concerning the plant life of the bush; everything from tree biology to bush medicine.

Mammals: for all the articles mentioning those warm blooded creatures, from elephant to elephant shrew.

Reptiles: for articles about those scaly animals; this is where you’ll find snakes, lizards and crocodiles.

Photography: is the place where posts that are mostly centred around our pictures can be found.

Videos: is where you’ll find our recordings of guiding experiences, animal behaviour or any other videos.

General: is the place where articles/posts that don’t quite fit into any specific subject can be found.

We hope you’ve found this page useful for getting around our blog. This page will grow over time as we bring you more and more from the fascinating natural world of the African bush.


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