Celso Dias

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This stunning Chocolate Raspberry Mousse Cake is as pretty as a picture and tastes just as good as it looks! Recipe via 'Sugar Hero' Chocolate Raspberry Mousse …

A lion just hanging out in Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda by Mary Lynn Campbell

Just hanging out in Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda, famed for its tree climbing lions. by Mary Lynn Campbell

Skewered! Life in the wild really is red in tooth and tusk.. as this buffalo discovered when it unwisely butted an elephant. The bull elephant, in Masai Mara, Kenya, impaled the unfortunate beast on its tusks, lifting the 500kg buffalo high into the air, before dropping its lifeless body again. Picture: Kim Murer/Caters

Skewered! Life in the wild really is red in tooth and tusk.. as this buffalo discovered when it unwisely butted an elephant. The bull elephant, in Masai Mara, Kenya, impaled the unfortunate beast on its tusks, lifting the 500kg buffalo high into the air, before dropping its lifeless body again. Picture: Kim Murer/Caters

Who's badass? this cat is badass....

Life in the wild isn't as easy going though, as this python in Sabi Sands, South Africa, found out when a leopard pulled it out of a tree and ate it. by Villiers Steyn

Life in the wild isn't as easy going though, as this python in Sabi Sands, South Africa, found out when a leopard pulled it out of a tree and ate it... by Villiers Steyn/Caters

Life in the wild isn't as easy going though, as this python in Sabi Sands, South Africa, found out when a leopard pulled it out of a tree and ate it. by Villiers Steyn/Caters

Skewered! Life in the wild really is red in tooth and tusk.. as this buffalo discovered when it unwisely butted an elephant. The bull elephant, in Masai Mara, Kenya, impaled the unfortunate beast on its tusks, lifting the 500kg buffalo high into the air, before dropping its lifeless body again. Picture: Kim Murer/Caters

Skewered! Life in the wild really is red in tooth and tusk.. as this buffalo discovered when it unwisely butted an elephant. The bull elephant, in Masai Mara, Kenya, impaled the unfortunate beast on its tusks, lifting the 500kg buffalo high into the air, before dropping its lifeless body again. Picture: Kim Murer/Caters