Category: Lake Sibaya

Hippos @ Sibaya Lake – Sodwana Bay ~ South Africa

The hippopotamus is recognisable by its barrel-shaped torso, wide-opening mouth revealing large canine tusks, nearly hairless body, columnar legs and large size; adults average 1,500 kg (3,310 lb) and 1,300 kg (2,870 lb) for bulls and cows respectively. Despite its stocky shape and short legs, it…

Nile Crocodile @ Lake Sibaya – Sodwana Bay

Characteristics and physiology: Adult Nile crocodiles have a dark bronze colouration above, with faded blackish spots and stripes variably appearing across the back and a dingy off-yellow on the belly, although mud can often obscure the crocodile’s actual colour. The…

A Day at the Lake – Swimming with Hippos!

This was a really fun day at the Lake. Found Hippos and there was a croc stalking me in the water. Although it quickly changed its mind after I turned around! Looks like I might be swimming with the Hippos?!?!?!

911 – Hippos on the Run!

This young crowd was caught littering in a world heritage site. Call the police if you catch these naughty Hippos! They need to answer for their crimes! Please watch our Video… Please like, subscribe (its free), share and hit the…

Hippopotamus amphibius – 1855 Zululand ARCHIVES

Taking you back to 1855! Life gave us lemons and we made some sweet lemonade! Our camera decided it wasn’t gonna play along on the day we shot this video! So we made an experienced amateur 1855 movie clip! We…

There’s a CROCODILE in my backyard!

Checkout this cool video of our very first Crocodile found! Lake Sibaya is so close to us that we can literally hear the Hippos at night grunting! So we consider Lake Sibaya to be part of our backyard, since there…



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