Jabu, the still-wild-but-very-tolerant elephant from the Okavango Delta, posing with Marcus & Kate Westburg. The awesome couple travel around the world photographing & writing great articles to be published in The National Geographic and other popular magazines. Keep up with their wild adventures by liking their facebook page: Life Through a Lens Photography
Sipi Falls is a series of three waterfalls in Eastern Uganda in the district of Kapchorwa, northeast of Sironko and Mbale. The waterfalls lie on the edge of Mount Elgon National Park near the Kenyan border.
by Sanad Alahlafi Photography
Would you play fetch with a LION?
Meet The Brave Couple who take Africa’s most dangerous cats for walkies.
Adalberto Mangini and Laura Bongiorni stroll, cuddle and even play fetch with lions and cheetahs at The Mukini Big 5 Centre in Zambia.
The Mukini Big 5 centre in Zambia runs a breeding programme for endangered species.
The lethal predators are part of a breeding programme in and will eventually be released into the wild.
Laura plays with three cheetahs on leads despite the fact some are days away from being released into the wild.
Approaching big cats is safe as long as it is done ‘the correct way’ they say
Images by Adalberto Mangini/Barcroft
Keep up with the duo
One sleeping comfortably, another keeping watch: Isasha’s tree-climbing lions, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda