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 Young Lion Slaking Their Thirst

Young African lion (Panthera leo) learn their initial hunting skills through play fighting, stalking and pouncing on each other as cubs. Around one year of age, they join in hunting…

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A humpback whale fluking in the ocean

Humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) engage is all sorts of interesting behaviour. Fluking, similar to lobtailing, is when a whale lifts its tail fin (or fluke) out of the water, usually at the…

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A Pair Of Inquisitive Burchell's Zebra

The home range of Burchell's zebra (Equus quagga), also known as plains zebra, varies across Africa. They can wander within a radius of 3–1560 square kilometres, depending on both the…

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Two Cheetah On A Mound

Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) can be found in a variety of habitats, from dry forest to thick scrub, grassland and temperate-to-hot deserts. While they generally stay on the ground, they do…

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A Pearl-Spotted Owlet Peeping Out A Hole

The pretty pearl-spotted owl (Glaucidium perlatum) is a diurnal creature, meaning its active during the day, when it hunts arthropods, insects, bats and small rodents. You can spot them in…

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Two Black Rhino On The African Plains

Black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) have been listed among species threatened by extinction since 1977, and legislation was put in place to prohibit trade in the 1990s. Regrettably, their numbers are…

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Two Lion Cubs Relaxing

Lion cubs are vulnerable when they're young, particularly to predators like hyenas, leopards, jackals, pythons and martial eagles. By two years old, however, they can hunt, and by three or…

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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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