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Tiny Timbavati – Beyond Big 5 Safaris

//Tiny Timbavati – Beyond Big 5 Safaris

The diversity of wildlife in the bush is incredible and when guests come on safari they are very keen to view the Big Five (Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo, Lion and Leopard). If lucky they will add other species to the list such as Cheetah and Wild Dogs which are both critically endangered, however, it can be just as exciting to find the smaller creatures.

Here are a few examples of the smaller wildlife that you may find when on a safari at Kings Camp in the Timbavati, many of which would be rarer to find than an elephant!

Tiny Timbavati – Beyond Big 5 Safaris | African Safari with Taga
Tree Squirrel
Tiny Timbavati – Beyond Big 5 Safaris | African Safari with Taga
Dwarf Chameleon
Tiny Timbavati – Beyond Big 5 Safaris | African Safari with Taga
Blister beetle
Tiny Timbavati – Beyond Big 5 Safaris | African Safari with Taga
Dwarf Mongoose
Tiny Timbavati – Beyond Big 5 Safaris | African Safari with Taga
Dung beetle
Tiny Timbavati – Beyond Big 5 Safaris | African Safari with Taga
Scrub hair
Tiny Timbavati – Beyond Big 5 Safaris | African Safari with Taga
Red velvet mite
Tiny Timbavati – Beyond Big 5 Safaris | African Safari with Taga
Barred owl
Tiny Timbavati – Beyond Big 5 Safaris | African Safari with Taga
Bush baby
Tiny Timbavati – Beyond Big 5 Safaris | African Safari with Taga
Crested barbet
Tiny Timbavati – Beyond Big 5 Safaris | African Safari with Taga
Milliped
Tiny Timbavati – Beyond Big 5 Safaris | African Safari with Taga
Foam nest frog
Tiny Timbavati – Beyond Big 5 Safaris | African Safari with Taga
Crab
Tiny Timbavati – Beyond Big 5 Safaris | African Safari with Taga
Mopane worm
Tiny Timbavati – Beyond Big 5 Safaris | African Safari with Taga
Tortoise

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2018-07-28T05:04:29+00:00July 28th, 2018|Africa Travel News|