Tag Archives: Elephants

Wildlife: Why Many Baby Elephants Die In First Year

Life as a baby African elephant is precarious – around one third die in their first year. From raging rivers to dangerous droughts, the risks are many.

But sometimes the threat comes from inside the herd, where a strict hierarchy can mean the difference between life and death. In unique footage from Africa, we explore a new side to elephants’ complex society. We have more videos about incredible elephants, and a new topic every Friday! Subscribe and sign up for notifications so you never miss out.

Safari Views: Leopards, Lions & Elephants In The ‘Mala Mala Game Reserve’ In South Africa (Video)

The Island female hunt and kill an impala. We also spend time with the Marthly pride, a herd of elephants and two fighting Natal Spurfowls. … From MalaMala Game Reserve to wherever you are in the world, we’ll bring you moments from our daily safaris in one of Africa’s most iconic private game reserves.

Mala Mala is a game reserve located within the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, Mpumalanga province, South Africa. It is the largest and the oldest private big five game reserve in South Africa, It covers around 130 km² or 15 000 hectares of land