At the edge of a rutted track, his head popped above a ruffled acacia tree.
Her eyes shaded by long lashes instantly stared at us.
Slowly, she let herself be approached.
The time to admire her slender neck, her brown, white, golden body, her excessively high legs, she fled in slow motion through the thorns.
With a look and a momentum, a giraffe opened the doors of its territory to us: the Maputo National Park.
In southern Africa, on the shores of the Indian Ocean, on the borders of Mozambique, it encompasses, over 1,040 km2, a multitude of landscapes and exceptional fauna.
One morning, you observe whales or dolphins frolicking in the water;
in the afternoon, you watch a herd of elephants make their way to a lake.
The next day, you make out furtive footprints in the sand, you perceive the melodious song of a bird, try to follow it or catch a glimpse of it… in vain, notes Miguel Gonçalves, director of the park
Here, the animals live in…
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