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Vampire Bat, Desmodus, feeding on a donkey

The Making of "VAMPIRE":a twenty-five minute film for BBC's Wildlife On One, 1979
Vampires have dominated folklore for over 2,000 years - symbols of the supernatural and things that go bump in the night! In South America the Vampire lives on!

Black Mambas (Dendroaspis polylepis): Males in combat, Akagera National Park, Rwanda

ADVENTURES IN MAMBA COUNTRY (Pubished in BBC WILDLIFE Magazine; December 1993 Page 18 - 19)

A memorable close encounter of Adrian Warren with Black Mambas; males in combat in Akagera National Park, Rwanda.

To Image Gallery of Ring-tailed Lemur A JEWEL IN THE CROWD

Story of a Baby Male White Ring-tailed Lemur (published in BBC WILDLIFE February 1997 Page 22- 25)

Life in the ring-tailed lemur community is a fascinating social whirl. And the arrival of a little gem of a lemur-Sapphire-provided a natural focus for their human observers. Adrian Warren tells the tale of the ringtails

To Image Gallery of Hoatzin


WILDLIFE (The International Wildlife Magazine) October 1977 Page 447 -449)

One of the strangest living birds is the hoatzin, which seems to be a link with birds that became extinct millions of years ago, and even shows similarities to the first known bird Archaeopteryx.

To Gorilla Image gallery MOUNTAIN GORILLA, 1992


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