#malilangwewildlifereserve Instagram photos and videos

Goodbye Pamushana! Thank you for an amazing stay!!! We will be back.
@singita_ @kingair #kingair #privatecharter

Singita Pamushana Lodge
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Villa 1 at Pamushana, the place to stay. Beautiful meticulous thatching and incredibly detailed stonework with an amazing #infinitypool
@_singita #pamushana Photo by #djimavicpro #drone

Singita Pamushana Lodge
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The lodge is set amongst towering trees, with your own private punge pools and panoramic views. @singita_

Singita Pamushana, Zimbawbe
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Organic shaped buildings , atop a mountain overlooking a lake in the remote reaches of the pristine Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve.
@singita_ #privatepool #infinitypool #panorama

Singita Pamushana, Zimbawbe
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Check us out on @natgeo's Instagram! We had the pleasure of organising an amazing honeymoon (slash adventuremoon) in Southern Africa for @ladzinski and @danahrichardson . Here's one of the shots he took in Zimbabwe of a pangolin. We are getting serious travel envy over here.
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Photo @ladzinski /
This animal here is a #Pangolin, extremely rare and sadly one of the most trafficked mammals in the world for their meat and scales. I was extremely lucky to see this one yesterday at the #malilangwewildlifereserve in #Zimbabwe, spotted while crossing the road! Once it moved into the tall grass it was extremely difficult to see, they blend right in and seem to vanish right before your eyes. Pangolins are nocturnal, mostly feed on ants and termites and have large, protective keratin scales that cover their skin. They are the only known mammals with this adaptation. @danahrichardson @claire_descamps @ddescamps

Zimbabwe
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WOW! #TodayILearned
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Photo @ladzinski /
This animal here is a #Pangolin, extremely rare and sadly one of the most trafficked mammals in the world for their meat and scales. I was extremely lucky to see this one yesterday at the #malilangwewildlifereserve in #Zimbabwe, spotted while crossing the road! Once it moved into the tall grass it was extremely difficult to see, they blend right in and seem to vanish right before your eyes. Pangolins are nocturnal, mostly feed on ants and termites and have large, protective keratin scales that cover their skin. They are the only known mammals with this adaptation. @danahrichardson @claire_descamps @ddescamps

Masvingo Province
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Photo @ladzinski /
This animal here is a #Pangolin, extremely rare and sadly one of the most trafficked mammals in the world for their meat and scales. I was extremely lucky to see this one yesterday at the #malilangwewildlifereserve in #Zimbabwe, spotted while crossing the road! Once it moved into the tall grass it was extremely difficult to see, they blend right in and seem to vanish right before your eyes. Pangolins are nocturnal, mostly feed on ants and termites and have large, protective keratin scales that cover their skin. They are the only known mammals with this adaptation. @danahrichardson @claire_descamps @ddescamps

Masvingo Province
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Photo @ladzinski /
This animal here is a #Pangolin, extremely rare and sadly one of the most trafficked mammals in the world for their meat and scales. I was extremely lucky to see this one yesterday at the #malilangwewildlifereserve in #Zimbabwe, spotted while crossing the road! Once it moved into the tall grass it was extremely difficult to see, they blend right in and seem to vanish right before your eyes. Pangolins are nocturnal, mostly feed on ants and termites and have large, protective keratin scales that cover their skin. They are the only known mammals with this adaptation. @danahrichardson @claire_descamps @ddescamps

Masvingo Province
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Photo @ladzinski /
This animal here is a #Pangolin, extremely rare and sadly one of the most trafficked mammals in the world for their meat and scales. I was extremely lucky to see this one yesterday at the #malilangwewildlifereserve in #Zimbabwe, spotted while crossing the road! Once it moved into the tall grass it was extremely difficult to see, they blend right in and seem to vanish right before your eyes. Pangolins are nocturnal, mostly feed on ants and termites and have large, protective keratin scales that cover their skin. They are the only known mammals with this adaptation. @danahrichardson @claire_descamps @ddescamps


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Photo @ladzinski /
This animal here is a #Pangolin, extremely rare and sadly one of the most trafficked mammals in the world for their meat and scales. I was extremely lucky to see this one yesterday at the #malilangwewildlifereserve in #Zimbabwe, spotted while crossing the road! Once it moved into the tall grass it was extremely difficult to see, they blend right in and seem to vanish right before your eyes. Pangolins are nocturnal, mostly feed on ants and termites and have large, protective keratin scales that cover their skin. They are the only known mammals with this adaptation. @danahrichardson @claire_descamps @ddescamps

Masvingo Province
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#Repost @natgeo: Photo @ladzinski /
This animal here is a #Pangolin, extremely rare and sadly one of the most trafficked mammals in the world for their meat and scales. I was extremely lucky to see this one yesterday at the #malilangwewildlifereserve in #Zimbabwe, spotted while crossing the road! Once it moved into the tall grass it was extremely difficult to see, they blend right in and seem to vanish right before your eyes. Pangolins are nocturnal, mostly feed on ants and termites and have large, protective keratin scales that cover their skin. They are the only known mammals with this adaptation. @danahrichardson @claire_descamps @ddescamps


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Photo @ladzinski /
This animal here is a #Pangolin, extremely rare and sadly one of the most trafficked mammals in the world for their meat and scales. I was extremely lucky to see this one yesterday at the #malilangwewildlifereserve in #Zimbabwe, spotted while crossing the road! Once it moved into the tall grass it was extremely difficult to see, they blend right in and seem to vanish right before your eyes. Pangolins are nocturnal, mostly feed on ants and termites and have large, protective keratin scales that cover their skin. They are the only known mammals with this adaptation. @danahrichardson @claire_descamps @ddescamps


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