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Fun Facts About Baby Alpacas (Cria)
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Fun Facts About Baby Alpacas (Cria)

Alpacas are often referred to as “lama pocos”, or small llamas. This is understandable since they both come from the camelid family. But that’s pretty much where the similarities end. Unlike other camelids, the alpaca breed is known for its calm nature. Yet that doesn’t stop them from always being watchful of everything going on … Continued

Historic Hyena Translocation
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Historic Hyena Translocation

Fellowship of the clan Four young spotted Hyenas have begun their journey to Zinave National Park. Here Peace Parks Foundation will introduce them as the founder population of the first resident large carnivores in decades. The spotted scavengers were captured in Sabie Game Park and moved to a temporary boma in Karingani. From here we … Continued

Saving The Survivors 2019 Annual Report Published
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Saving The Survivors 2019 Annual Report Published

Saving The Survivors are proud to announce that our Annual Report for 2019 has been published. These days, giving to charity can seem like an endless task, the problem is never solved and you rarely see any real results from your investment. People are demanding transparency and asking a lot more questions of charities, and … Continued

Dr. Johan contributes to book fighting wildlife crime
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Dr. Johan contributes to book fighting wildlife crime

We are so proud of our founder Dr. Johan and his involvement in this project. The book focuses on fighting wildlife crime, something which is close to Dr. Johan’s heart. This beautiful book ” Photographers Against Wildlife Crime ” was launched yesterday in China by the state owned CITIC Press. The book will be on display and … Continued

How does the Oxpecker Bird help with the anti-poaching of Rhino?
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How does the Oxpecker Bird help with the anti-poaching of Rhino?

A study has suggested that the red-billed Oxpecker bird, often found eating the bugs and insects from the backs of big game animals such as Rhino, Giraffe and Buffalo, actually alerts their host to approaching humans, long before the large mammal would realise alone. Scientists speculate that the African bird has evolved this reaction to … Continued

The New Big 5 Project
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The New Big 5 Project

Saving The Survivors are proud to be supporting the New Big 5 project. Please take a moment to like and follow this brilliant initiative! The “original” Big 5 were the animals which hunters most wanted hanging on their walls. We want to make “The New Big 5” the animals everybody most wants photographs of on their walls! … Continued

Leopard Tortoise Rescue and Relocation
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Leopard Tortoise Rescue and Relocation

Although our work usually takes us in the direction of Rhino’s, Elephants and big cats, we don’t just care for large animals! Africa’s smaller species are just as important to us. These 4 Leopard Tortoises were confiscated in Maputo by Administração Nacional das Áreas de Conservação. The Leopard Tortoise has seen recent declines in numbers across … Continued

Take part in our 5km challenge to support STS!
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Take part in our 5km challenge to support STS!

Challenge yourself, support wildlife conservation and get an awesome medal!! Africa’s vulnerable wildlife is under threat of extinction due to countless decades of poaching. With your donations we are able to reach more endangered wildlife which fall victim to these attacks and other traumatic incidents and offer them the medical support they need to survive. … Continued

Saving The Survivors reaches out to the next generation through Education
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Saving The Survivors reaches out to the next generation through Education

STS not only treats endangered wildlife, but we also focus on educating people about our precious animals and environment. Recently Dr. Johan was invited as a speaker at the World Youth Wildlife Summit to talk to the young people about Rhino and Elephant, amongst other things. 165 young people, aged 15 to 24, were invited to … Continued