Biodiversity

A Walk Through Time/ Geological Wonders of Kruger National Park

Posted on Tue February 27, 2024.

Exploring Kruger National Park is a journey through Earth's geological history, showcasing ancient rocks, life's evolution, and dramatic landscapes. The park's diverse geology, from three-billion-year-old bedrock to recent Quaternary formations, reveals the planet's dynamic past. Highlights include the Lebombo Monocline and rich fossil records. This narrative emphasizes the importance of conservation and the unique opportunity to connect with Earth's ancient past at Needles Lodge.

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The Secret Giants of Kruger: Unveiling the Marvels of Insect Life

Posted by Denis on Tue January 23, 2024 in Fauna and Flora of Kruger National Park, Needles Lodge, and African Wildlife.

Kruger National Park's ecosystem is sustained by key insects: African Honey Bees vital for pollination, Dung Beetles enriching soil, Mopane Worms as food sources, Army Ants controlling insect populations, and Termites as crucial decomposers. These species are essential for the park's ecological balance and biodiversity.

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