When it comes to wildlife, I have seen a lot of the usual suspects – plenty of the Big Five, the little critters, and everything in between. However, my recent trip to Zambia offered much more than the usual. In fact, it offered me an impressive amount of the unusual – the wildlife that is often much harder to spot. This is primarily because night drives are big in Zambia and your afternoon drive usually turns into a nocturnal activity, returning to camp between 7 and 8pm. You can be out after dusk every evening if you want, which opens up a whole different side to wildlife viewing.