AFRICAN BUSH VIPER   Family: Viperidae  Habitat: Remote rainforest regions  Fun Fact: These vipers usually ambush their prey from a hanging position.

AFRICAN BUSH VIPER Family: Viperidae Habitat: Remote rainforest regions Fun Fact: These vipers usually ambush their prey from a hanging position. At one time I was scared of snakes but then I learned not the all the snakes are bsd and now I like them:)

African Savanna Habitat Diorama craft, links to printables of animals and stands

FREE African Savanna Habitat Diorama craft Learn about the African savanna and its rich wildlife by creating an animal-filled shoebox diorama.

Christy Turlington Photos - Model Christy Turlington attends the African Rainforest Conservancy's 20th anniversary Artists for Africa Celebration at the Prince George Ballroom on February 9, 2011 in New York City. - African Rainforest Conservancy's 20th Anniversary Artists For Africa Celebration Benefit

Christy Turlington Photos - 502 of 940 Photos: African Rainforest Conservancy's 20th Anniversary Artists For Africa Celebration Benefit

Christy Turlington Photos - Model Christy Turlington attends the African Rainforest Conservancy's 20th anniversary Artists for Africa Celebration at the Prince George Ballroom on February 9, 2011 in New York City. - African Rainforest Conservancy's 20th Anniversary Artists For Africa Celebration Benefit

If you've ever wanted to set up base at the base of a volcano, there's no better place than Mount Gahinga Lodge. From any of the six stone bandas with papyrus roofs, you'll be able to dart out to track gorillas or rare golden monkeys, hike the volcano, or meet local Batwa pygmies, the oldest inhabitants of the Central African rainforest. Each banda is decorated in a style of the Bafumbira people, giving the rooms lodging both a pop of color and a local nod of flavor.

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If you've ever wanted to set up base at the base of a volcano, there's no better place than Mount Gahinga Lodge. From any of the six stone bandas with papyrus roofs, you'll be able to dart out to track gorillas or rare golden monkeys, hike the volcano, or meet local Batwa pygmies, the oldest inhabitants of the Central African rainforest. Each banda is decorated in a style of the Bafumbira people, giving the rooms lodging both a pop of color and a local nod of flavor.

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African rainforest in-Gaban, Republic of Congo, Camaroon, Congo, African republic, Togo, Ghana, and Madagascar.

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The head of the 1ft 6in high Pollia condensata plant that ranges from Ethiopia to Angola and Mozambique, which scientists today revealed as the most colourful plant ever seen. Pollia condensata's vivid sparkle comes from the interaction of light with its skin, which contains layers of microscopic cellulose fibers. The effect is a metallic blue brighter than any yet described in a biological material.

The breathtaking African rainforest fruit that is the 'most colourful known to science'

Birds are drawn to the blue berries of the tropical Pollia condensata plant; scientists are just as intrigued with the small shiny fruits. A recent study shows that the berries are more intensely reflective than any other living thing.

Michaelis Boyd has worked together with local architect Nick Plewman, to design Sandibe Okavango, a sustainable safari lodge in Botswana.

Cultured Travel --- Michaelis Boyd has worked together with local architect Nick Plewman, to design Sandibe Okavango, a sustainable safari lodge in Botswana.

Original idea from @Pinterest Creative education for primaries  .We can use this in foreign language learning with jungle animals A great way to develop jungle animals in target language.Maths measuring activity plus  create a silly poem about animals and which are taller than the children

Measuring: Are you as tall as a zebra or a penguin? Thanks to the Children's Room at Burbank Central Library for this cute and mathematical display!

Path in the Central African rainforest inhabited by Bakola Pygmies   (Bakola-Bagyeli Pygmies - Cameroon)

Path in the Central African rainforest inhabited by Bakola Pygmies (Bakola-Bagyeli Pygmies - Cameroon)

Magobaskloof Forests, Liimpopo, South Africa

Landscape photo of the lush afromontane forests of Magoebaskloof in South Africa Limpopo. African saying: "The axe forgets, but the tree remembers.

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