Going batty in Zambia´s Kasanka National Park

Just 150 square mile (390 square kilometers), Kasanka is an 8½-hour drive from Lusaka and is home to diverse wildlife including elephants, hippos, and more than 470 bird species. But it´s perhaps most famous for the world´s single largest mammal migration: that of millions of fruit bats, which at dawn and dusk fill the skies most impressively from October through December.

Read more in my post 10 Places which Show How Zambia Is Eco-Amazing.


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