A Natural Wonder
Ecology of the Victoria Falls
Formation of the Victoria Falls
People of the Victoria Falls
Enter the Ndebele
Discovery of the Victoria Falls
In Livingstone's Footsteps
Development of the Rhodesias
Development of the Railway
Development of Tourism
Development of Victoria Falls Town
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To The Victoria Falls

Ecology of the Victoria Falls

The Fauna of the Falls

The biodiversity of the Falls region is rich and varied. The national parks around the Falls contain abundant wildlife including sizable populations of elephant and buffalo, as well as giraffe, zebra, and a variety of antelope, in particular kudu, impala, bushbuck and comon duiker. Vervet monkeys and baboons, along with warthog, are common. The area supports a wealth of birdlife, making it a paradise of the birdwatcher, as well as many species of reptile and amphibian.

Mammals of the Victoria Falls

Mammals of the Victoria Falls

A guide to the mammals of the Victoria Falls region.

Mammals

Birds of the Victoria Falls

Birds of the Victoria Falls

A guide to the birds of the Victoria Falls region.

Birds

Reptiles of the Victoria Falls

Reptiles of the Victoria Falls

A guide to the reptiles of the Victoria Falls region.

Reptiles

Amphibians of the Victoria Falls

Amphibians of the Victoria Falls

A guide to the amphibians of the Victoria Falls region.

Amphibians

Fish of the Victoria Falls

Fish of the Victoria Falls

A guide to the fish of the Victoria Falls region.

Fish

Insects of the Victoria Falls

Insects of the Victoria Falls

A guide to the insects of the Victoria Falls region.

Insects

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'To The Victoria Falls' aims to bring you the wonder of the Victoria Falls through a look at its natural and human history.

This website has been developed using information researched from a wide variety of sources, including books, magazines and websites etc too numerous to mention or credit individually, although many key references are identified on our References page. Many of the images contained in this website have been sourced from old photographic postcards and publications and no infringement of copyright is intended. We warmly welcome any donations of photographs or information to this website.

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