Meet Ziziphus the deadly venomous Puff adder snake and Meerkat and Mongoose predator!

Meet one of my younger puff adder snake friends (Bitis arietans) I call Ziziphus who lives on the reserve with me: I was super lucky again to see one of my beautiful puff adder friends on my reserve again. I call this lovely reptile Ziziphus after a wild…Read More

About The Meerkat Man Grant Mc Ilrath conservation cause leader

Testimonial from Professor Tim Clutton-Brock from Cambridge University Large Animal Research Group (L.A.R.G) in Britain for Grant M. Mc Ilrath - A.K.A - The Meerkat Man http://www.meerkatmagic.com/images/articles/testimonials/cambridge.jpg Testimonial from…Read More

Sunset filming of The Tsebokolodi Yellow Mongoose Group 19 March 2017

19 March 2017 sunset filming with The TSEBOKOLODI Yellow Mongoose group. Experience their MONGOOSE MAGIC MOMENTS with the Wild and Free TSEBOKOLODI Yellow Mongoose group protected in The Meerkat Magic Valley Reserve of The Meerkat Magic Conservation Project…Read More

Mongooses often get persecuted even more than Meerkats...new video today.

CONSERVATION THROUGH EDUCATION: Anybody can help spread an awareness to aid in protecting wild Mongooses for FREE: https://www.causes.com/campaigns/106351-conserve-wild-mongooses-using-conservation-through-education MONGOOSE MAGIC MOMENTS: TSEBOKOLODI…Read More

Introducing the new MONGOOSE MAGIC MOMENTS conservation sites

Greetings to all the International Meerkat Friendly Supporters. CONSERVATION THROUGH EDUCATION: Anybody can help spread an awareness to aid in protecting wild Mongooses for…Read More

The danger of leaving a Meerkat group...

Migrant male Meerkats leave the safety of their groups in search of breeding opportunities. It is very risky to be away from the safety of the group. Commonly migrant males will return to their groups and frequently form coalitions with other males, which…Read More

I met a deadly Puff Adder snake at 3 am this morning...a Meerkat Super predator!

I had another very close Sensational Snake Surprise with a stunning and very loud hissing Puff Adder (Bitis arietans), that I unfortunately disturbed by almost standing on it at around 3 am in the reserve on one of my usual nocturnal wildlife explorations…Read More
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