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About Paul kamande

Paul Kamande is a passionate, controversial, unique and captivating writer. What he writes, you will want to read. His articles focus on distorting reality and embracing another side of humanity that only exists in our minds. We can learn so much more if we allow ourselves to fully use our mental capacity.

The ‘Hyena of All Birds’ Is Revealed

When we talk about birds most people think of cuddly, harmless and pet-like creatures that can serve as toys for their children. But not all birds are as harmless as we would like to think. There is a species of … Continue reading

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Do Wild Animals Fall in Love?

What is love? If we can perhaps answer this question, then we can increase our chances of answering the question above. Some say, love is a powerful neurological condition like hunger or thirst, only more permanent. In true love, the … Continue reading

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If Wishes Were Horses, The Horse Would Be The Ultimate Predator

147 million years ago, in the Jurassic era, a 15metre long creature (almost 3 of the largest crocodiles ever recorded) weighing 45tonnes (about 6 elephants) ruled the seas. Fossil remains of this huge and fearsome marine predator, dubbed “Predator X”, … Continue reading

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Reversed Roles In The Wild: What If The Hunter Became The Hunted?

When you look at the tame and wild animals we have today, we think of the carnivores as the most horrifying and scary of these animals. The herbivores are considered dangerous if provoked. They do not actually hunt you down … Continue reading

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Animal Spies Within: Could It Be A New Kind Of Human-Wildlife Conflict Is Being Played Out In Our Own Backyard?

In recent history when one used to talk about human-wildlife conflict, that battle was one sided. The story would be of a brave hunter who had gunned down three male lions and lived to tell the tale. He/she would be … Continue reading

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A Close Encounter With The Master of Stealth

The leopard is known to be one of the world’s most stealth hunters, creeping inches from his prey, without being detected. This solitary cat knows the value of dead silence. Maybe the phrase speech is silver and silence is gold, … Continue reading

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The Last Dinosaur Standing

It is nearly a year now since we carried a rather interesting story on this Travelogue about the possibility that Dinosaurs may have roamed the terrain we now call Kenya. History books tell us that an event in history wiped … Continue reading

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