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Human vs Livestock vs Wild mammal biomass on Earth

At some time in recent pre-history, there were fewer than 100,000 humans, hunter gatherers all, while  the rest of mammal diversity was wild. Then humans domesticated plants and animals, and together they came to dominate the landscape in a  very short time. A handy way to measure this is by estimating biomass. This is because small mammals are … [Read more...]

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Some of our favourite sites ALERT Panthera WildCRU/Hwange Zimbabwe Project Craig Packer and the Serengeti Lion Project IUCN Species Survival Commission :Cats Specialist Group  African Lion Working Group   … [Read more...]

Lion JM068 “Sega”

Kesegafetse, which means the lucky one, is a male living in the north west quadrant of the study area, but not so far north that he ever had to leave the reserve.  A beautiful lion he and his close companion watched over a considerable territory, five females, and their cubs.   … [Read more...]


The Oryx, or Gemsbok (Oryx gazella) is common in the CKGR. Its an incredibly well adapted desert ungulate, and a favourite food of the CKGR lions. … [Read more...]