“It was a nice cool morning as I headed out with my guests for our morning game drive in Moremi Game reserve. As we were driving along the road, following some fresh Leopard tracks seen in the dirt path, one of my guests called me and asked “What that crossing the road?” I looked up only to realise that it was one of Africa’s most rare and shy creatures – a Pangolin. I was so excited as I knew how special this sighting was. I to my time explaining to my guests about the Pangolin, showing them our traditional belief that in Botswana when you see a Pangolin, you rub your hand on its forehead making you a very lucky person in life. It was my 2nd time to see it in 13 years in my guiding career.”