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African Emperor Moth

The not so well-known African Emperor Moth or Bulls Eye Silkmoth (Gonimbrasia zambesina) is an east and southeast African moth in the Saturniidae family.
They live in wooded areas and along the banks of rivers.
Characteristic are the eye-spots on the wings. The wingspan of the large African Emperor Moth is between 125 to 140 mm.
This picture was taken in the tropical butterfly house Klein Costa Rica in Someren in the Netherlands.
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Cousins

the daughter and niece of an artist in harare zimbabwe




Shorty & Betty

the niece and daughter of a friend in harare zimbabwe.




Denzel

denzel is the son of a friend in harare zimbabwe




Shy Girl

young shy girl was happy to have her photos taken in rural zimbabwe. i sent the photos to a cop i met who knew the family.




Tomatoes For Sale

young girl in rural zimbabwe selling tomatoes. I asked her older sister's permission to take a series of photos of her.




The Meeting of Minds

huge cobalt sculpture i collected as part of an order for dallas texas.




SHELDON MUKUDU

A young guy in Zimbabwe who was sanding sculptures for a carver agreed to pose for me.




Mapungubwe

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Mapungubwe




Mapungubwe

hannes.steyn posted a photo:

Mapungubwe




Mapungubwe

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Mapungubwe




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10 May 2017, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe - Tembani Mabhena, forestry researcher, inspect affected leaves of eucalyptus woodlot at Chesa Forest Reserve in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. ASTF has helped with funding for research and importation of biological pest control from South Africa. FAO and the ASTF fund are supporting investigation, surveys, training and management practices to address food contamination, animal and plant pests and diseases and their impact on the productivity of food, crops, livestock, fisheries and forest resources in the Southern African Development Community (SADC). .
In Zimbabwe, a strong focus has been on controlling invasive plant pests. Three alien invasive species (IAS) are severely affecting Zimbabwean Eucalyptus trees and woodlots throughout the country. This threat was first recorded in 2007. Some tree nurseries have experienced 100% mortality. The three pests are the Leptocybe invasa (Blue Gum Chalcid), Glycaspis brimblecombei (Red gum Lerp Psyllid), and Thaumastocoris peregrinas (Bronze Bug). Biological controls, such as the Selitrichodes Neseri insect from the South Africa have been introduced. Initial results show these measures are successful, reducing forest, economic and livelihood losses.

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12 May 2017, Bulawayo - Vusimuzi Phiri, a Climber, harvest seeds from the heights of a eucalyptus tree at Chesa Forest research Station in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.

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AFRICAN FISH EAGLE:

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This male Fish Eagle is the epitome of African pride and grandeur for many people, with its piercing call carrying across the wilderness. The call is also the symbolic call in Africa for many.

The African Fish Eagle, the national bird of Botswana's neighbors Zambia, Zimbabwe, Namibia and South Sudan. It is easily the most sought after bird sighting for safari-goers and fortunately it is commonly seen along waterways, perching on branches overlooking the water. Fish Eagles feed on fish they catch by swooping down to the water surface from their perches in high trees. If they miss the catch they will return to the trees to seek out more fish on the surface. When catching a fish they will return to a perch and feed but should the fish be too heavy to pull out the water they will pull it to shore using their powerful wings to generate power. (Source: Siyabona Africa)

African fish eagles are monogamous and they will mate for life. They are very successful breeders and a habitat like the Okavango Delta is the perfect breeding site as they build their nests fairly close to the water and will probably use these nests for the duration of their life span.




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***EXCLUSIVE*** KARIBA, ZIMBABWE - UNDATED: A wild female bald baboon seen in Kariba, Zimbabwe. A BALD BABOON’S face looks more like a Pit Bull Terrier than a wild monkey. But looking different does not mean this four-foot-tall hairless female has no friends – she was found living in the wild as part of a typical troop of baboons out feeding in the African bush - by a British housewife. The rare “naked” female baboon was spotted by 65-year-old Ann Warner, while she explored the countryside of her adopted home of Zimbabwe with a group of friends. Baboons are found throughout central and southern Africa, living in troops of up to 250 individuals. They are not endangered, although as their forest and plains habitat has been developed by humans they have come into conflict with people. Monkeys and apes sometimes lose their hair in rare cases of alopecia – just like humans, although because this hairless female was spotted in the wild the cause of her baldness is unknown. PHOTOGRAPH BY Ann Warner / Barcroft Media UK Office, London. T +44 845 370 2233 W www.barcroftmedia.com USA Office, New York City. T +1 212 796 2458 W www.barcroftusa.com Indian Office, Delhi. T +91 11 4053 2429 W www.barcroftindia.com




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The Zimbabwe Achievers Awards UK 2018 WorldRemit 8th Anniversary at The Grange City Hotel London
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The Zimbabwe Achievers Awards UK 2018 WorldRemit 8th Anniversary at The Grange City Hotel London www.zimachievers.com/




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The Zimbabwe Achievers Awards UK 2018 WorldRemit 8th Anniversary at The Grange City Hotel London www.zimachievers.com/




Committee on Development and Intellectual Property

The Twenty-First Session of WIPO's Committee on Development and Intellectual Property (CDIP) took place in Geneva, Switzerland from May 14 to May 18, 2018.

Copyright: WIPO. Photo: Emmanuel Berrod. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 IGO License.





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