Nala, nature enthusiast and explorer, experiences the wonders of her home region, Botswana'a Okavango Delta
Nala from the Machaba camp in Botswana introduces us to a large pack of Wild African Dogs also known as the Painted Wolf
Nala from the Machaba camp in Botswana teaches us about the African Rock Monitor which is a very large scavenging lizard
Nala from the Machaba camp in Botswana introduces us to a feeding mother Cheetah and her cubs
Nala from the Machaba camp in Botswana introduces us to a delicious edible fungus Termitomyces that only grows agains termite mounds and a beautiful poisonous African Flower Flame Lily.
Nala, nature enthusiast and explorer, experiences a large African Rock Python at her home in Machaba camp in Botswana
Nala teaches us about the Damara Mole Rat which are plant eating, burrowing rodents found in Southern Africa
Nala introduces us to the Centipede with its one hundred legs and venomous fangs
Nala's back to tell us about her newest find; a bubbling kassina, also known as the running frog
Nala finds a resting pride of lions; one of the largest and most social big cats
Nala from the Machaba camp in Botswana teaches us about the Blind Snake that burrows into the chambers of termites and ants disguised as an earthworm
Nala introduces us to the Tree Frog, its breeding habits and how it adapts to its environment to stay alive
Nala explores the world of the Baboon spider, which lives in underground burrows.
Nala finds one of the fastest moving snakes - a beautiful Yellow Bellied Sand Snake.
Nala visits Ngoma Safari Lodge located in the Chobe Forest Reserve in Western Botswana
Nala introduces us to the Hinge Terapin who uses a creative way to protect itself from predators.
Nala gets up close and personal with one of her favourite reptiles, the flap necked chameleon
Nala introduces us to one of the Delta's most common animals - the Tree Squirrel
Nala explains the lifecycle, breeding habits and carnivorous nature of the African Bull Frog
Nala comes across a dead giraffe and explains the circle of life in the wild
Nala comes across a Praying Mantis and explains that after mating the female bits off the male's head - ouch
Nala encounters one of the Okavango Delta's fastest striking snakes, the puff adder
Nala observes some hippos and explains their physiology and life-cycle
Nala interacts with one of her favourite species - the Banded Mongoose - these highly social and nomadic animals have many predators
Nala and her brother go in search of scorpions - they point out which ones are dangerous to humans