Hi there, it’s @muzungudiaries here with my second day of the Discover Zambia takeover!
One incredible thing about the South Luangwa National Park is that there are some species that are only found there, and no where else in Africa! The Thornicroft Giraffe is a subspecies of the giraffe, this species is a lot darker than other ones with little white socks.
The South Luangwa is home to so many extraordinary species and subspecies 🦒🦓🐘
What are some of your favourite animals?
Takeover sponsored by - @tongabezi @timeandtideafrica @anabezilodge @proflightzambia @mahogany_air @latitude15lusaka @remoteafrica @wearewilderness and Zambian Breweries
International Mountain Day was created by the UN in 2003, and is celebrated every December 11th.
Historically, observances began back in 2002, which was declared ‘International Mountain Year’.
This day was created to promote the sustainable development of mountains, and to promote the importance of mountain development.
As well as highlighting the important role they play in the ecosystem, and their vulnerability in the face of climate change.