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Tsotsis In The Treetops By Carlos Macuacua - Mozambique

"Tsotsis" mean "Bandits" in zulu and this short film showcases the mutual benefits between Ververt monkeys (the tsotsis) and humans. Location : Monkeyland - Plettenberg Bay - South Africa Wildlife film course at Beyond Borders Film School 25th January 2014 - 24th February 2014

Make It A Beautiful Day!

I Like To Move It Move It mahnisini oynayan meymun. Cox gulmelidir ; )

Make It A Beautiful Day!

I Like To Move It Move It mahnisini oynayan meymun. Cox gulmelidir ; )

Make It A Beautiful Day!

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Golden Hands Of Eden By Dylan Cherry

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A Lemur's Tail By Thabiso Mhlala

How the Ring-Tailed Lemurs use their tails. If you've got it...Flaunt it! Location: Monkeyland - South Africa Wildlife film course at Beyond Borders Film School 25th January 2014 - 24th February 2014

If You've Got It - Flaunt It!

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If You've Got It...flaunt It!

How the Ring-Tailed Lemurs use their tails. If you've got it...Flaunt it! Location: Monkeyland - South Africa Wildlife film course at Beyond Borders Film School 25th January 2014 - 24th February 2014

Tsotsis In The Treetops By Carlos Macuacua - Mozambique

"Tsotsis" mean "Bandits" in zulu and this short film showcases the mutual benefits between Ververt monkeys (the tsotsis) and humans. Location : Monkeyland - Plettenberg Bay - South Africa Wildlife film course at Beyond Borders Film School 25th January 2014 - 24th February 2014

Tsotsis In The Treetops

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Cunning Capuchin Monkeys

Who do you think is the smartest monkey in the land?This three minute documentary will demonstrate how clever capuchins are in the wild and in captivity. The level of intelligence of this monkey is not to be underestimated! Location: Monkeyland - South Africa Wildlife film course at Beyond Borders Film School 25th January 2014 - 24th February 2014

Cunning Capuchin Monkeys

Who do you think is the smartest monkey in the land?This three minute documentary will demonstrate how clever capuchins are in the wild and in captivity. The level of intelligence of this monkey is not to be underestimated! Location: Monkeyland - South Africa Wildlife film course at Beyond Borders Film School 25th January 2014 - 24th February 2014

Cunning Capuchins

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Met De Kinderen Van 10-14 Jaar Naar Monkeyland En Birds Of Eden

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Wave Rock Lodge Close To A Living Forest Named Monkeyland

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South Africa From Above - 6 Unique Journeys From Cape Town To Drakensberg Inc.

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Location Scout Garden Route

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Birds-of-paradise Project

This year (2014), the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and National Geographic are bringing the Birds-of-Paradise Project to the public. Get an advance look now...and witness diverse strategies of evolution at work and experience one of nature's extraordinary wonders - up close.

Police Unearth Evidence Of Illegal Animal Transfers At ‘zoo Of Death’

A Komodo dragon is taken from its pen at the notorious Surabaya Zoo, where it was found dead at the start of the month. A white tiger died there on Thursday. (Antara Photo/Eric Ireng)

Surabaya. Police in Surabaya said on Sunday they had found sufficient evidence to indicate that violations had occurred during the transfer of animals from Surabaya Zoo, hundreds of animals have died in unnatural and often harrowing conditions, amid increasing reports of mistreatment and mismanagement.

South African Waste Facts

Over 42 million cubic metres of general waste is generated every year across the country, with the largest proportion coming from Gauteng province (42%) (DWAF 1997). In addition, more than 5 million cubic metres of hazardous waste is produced every year, mostly in Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal (due to the concentration of mining activities and fertiliser production in these provinces). The average amount of waste generated per person per day in South Africa is 0.7 kg. This is closer to the averag...