Meet South Africa’s very own Steve Irwin – Dingo Dinkelman. This incredible wildlife conservationist has been making waves on the internet through his sensational YouTube channel showcasing some epic footage that includes surviving the bite of a black mamba and escaping the killer jaws of a Nile crocodile.
Now, this daring wildlife enthusiast has done something even more epic – he has raised an incredible R750 000 in 42 days for conservation. As a former investment broker that decided to follow his heart into nature, Dingo and his team of incredible humans utilise a unique fundraising model when it comes to their conservation causes that allow donors to experience the impact their contributions are making through his YouTube channel.
According to Good Things Guy, these global contributions have enabled Dingo to purchase a 20-hectare farm in KwaZulu-Natal’s Cato Ridge. This pristine piece of land will become a haven for wildlife, providing a base of operations for Dingo and his team to help and care for the world’s most endangered animals.
The space will be called “Dingo’s Animal Kingdom,” and will not only provide a safe space for wildlife but is aimed at creating a standard on the African continent for how animals are taken care of, with a unique opportunity for people and animals to connect, reports Good Things Guy.
If you’d love to learn more about Dingo and his conservation efforts, or you’re simply curious, make sure to visit his YouTube channel for more epic content.
Here’s a peek:
Picture: Dingo Dinkelman YouTube
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