African safari wallpaper

Art Of Safari Wallpapers

As much as we’d like it, we can’t always be on safari. At Art of Safari we stay inspired by planning our next journey, and by surrounding ourselves with amazing African imagery. To this end, we regularly create wallpapers with some of our favourite photos, and we’d like to share them with you. Click on the images below to download them for desktop and mobile.

Two African Wild Dogs Interacting

African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) are generalist predators, living in a range of habitats. These include short-grass plains, semi-desert, bushy savannahs and upland forest. That said, their numbers are in…

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A Little Leopard Lying On A Log

At birth, a leopard cub (Panthera pardus) weighs just 500–600g and is both blind and near hairless. They're dependant on their mothers for the first 12–18 months, but thereafter live…

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Giraffe with Oxpecker | Wallpaper | Art Of Safari

Giraffe With An Oxpecker

Giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis) range throughout Africa, favouring savannah or woodland habitats. This is because they're browsers, subsisting on leaves, stems, flowers and fruits. Their preference in plants various by location, but…

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Two Elephant Calves Frolicking

When African elephant (Loxodonta africana) are born, they weigh around 110kg and are roughly 900cm tall. Although calves are nursed by their mothers for at least two years – and usually…

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A Dazzle of Burchell’s Zebra On The Savannah

Burchell's zebra (Equus quagga) live in family groups, with an alpha stallion leading his mares and young offspring. At times various groups join up with others, and move together as…

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An African Wild Dog Jogging Through A Puddle

Owing to its mottled coat, the African wild dog (Lycaon pictus) is also known as the painted hunting dog or painted wolf. Unfortunately these beautiful creatures are endangered, their biggest…

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A Lion & Lioness Seen From Above

The strongest male in a pride of lion (Panthera leo) is usually the leader. He's responsible for the safety of the lionesses and cubs, and in return, he gets first option to…

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A Nile Crocodile At The Water's Edge

The Nile crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus) is, of course, named for the river in which it's commonly found. However, this impressive reptile is resident throughout the central belt of the African…

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A Rumpus Of Chacma Baboons On A Log

The chacma baboon (Papio ursinus) has two subspecies: P. u. griseipes and P. u. ursinus. The former is found in southwest Zambia, the Okavango Delta in Botswana, Zimbabwe and south of the…

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