All About the Species
On this page, there is a list (with pictures) of all the species mentioned on this site.
The Circle of Life
There are two topics covered in this section - The Food Web and Predator-Prey Relationships. The Food Web Page shows the flow of energy between 16 species in Kruger National Park. The Predator-Prey Relationships Page discusses the connections between two pairs or organisms and how they impact one another in the park's ecosystem.
This section of the website also has two sub-pages. The first page features the African Elephant, which is a keystone species in Kruger National Park. The second page discusses the African wild dog and the constant threats it faces in its environment.
Science of the Land
Abiotic and Biotic Factors
This page defines abiotic and biotic factors and gives some examples of each. There is also mentioning of both density dependent and density independent limiting factors.
Here the two types of succession are explained, along with examples specifically found in Kruger National Park.
This is where various human activities and their impacts on the park are discussed. The carbon cycle is also defined and it is explained how humans affect the carbon cycle in Kruger National Park.
Looking to the Future
In this section, summaries and conclusions are made about the information on this site, and predictions are made about what's in store for Kruger National Park.
Frequently asked questions about Kruger National Park are answered here.
This is page has a list of all sources used to gather information for this website.