We like to imagine this Wildebeest migration in Kenya is just nature’s pool party!
Not a common sight to see in most parts of the world, but in Namibia you might experience giraffes casually crossing the road.
Photographer Cantay Gök perfectly captured this pair of Oryx peering back in unison in front of an African sunset.
Where is that elephant? You’d think we’d be able to spot them easily, but it turns out they are pretty good at hiding.
In a world of stripes, stand out in the crowd with your own spots. Photographer Ratish Nair captured this unique rare polka-dotted zebra in Masai Mara, Kenya.
Photographer Andy Rouse perfectly captured this Masai giraffe standing alone in a field being showered by light at Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya.
Did you know that 80% of the food in Africa is produced by women and small to medium scale farmers? This week on The Biofriendly Podcast we welcome Karen Sugar, Founder and Director of the Women’s Global Empowerment Fund to talk about how her non-profit came together, ways they support women in Uganda, and did Jacob check himself out in the mirror during the podcast?
Where the sand dunes meet the dry lake bed of Deadvlei in Namibia taken by photographer, Konsta Punkka.
This spiral-horned antelope known as the Lowland Nyala looks like a combination of five different animals put together.
In order to celebrate the 100th episode of The Biofriendly Podcast, we welcomed back friend of the show and founder of Well Aware, Sarah Evans! Sarah shares with Noel and Jacob about creating the social-good company Well Beyond in response to the technical and community needs of the water charity sector, why creative inspiration pairs nicely with wine, and that shower striking time is just around the corner!