The King of Duba Plains, Chilling Like a Boss in the Okavango Delta, Botswana.
by Brendon Cremer during a photographic safari with ODP Safaris and Great Plains Conservation
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A baby gorilla is held by its mother at Cabarceno Nature Park, in northern Spain. Cabarceno is carrying out several programs to prevent the extinction of species such the Somalian ass, Grevy zebra, white rhinoceros and gorillas, and guarantee their genetical diversity.
Picture: Esteban Cobo/EPA
A feisty squirrel takes on a fearsome foe when he decides to tackle a Tyrannosaurus rex. After sniffing out the plastic enemy, he climbs onto the dinosaur’s back in order to claim victory.
Picture: Max Ellis/HotSpot Media
Hey lil birdie!!
A bison took a liking to a a cowbird feeding next to it. The bison edged closer and closer to give the bird a little kiss.
by Tin Man Lee Photography
A few days old baby hippo with its mother near Marafiki Safari Lodge, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda
The lodge is serenely placed over looking Lake George and the Equator in the Queen Elizabeth National Park, the most visited Park in Uganda. The park was named after Queen Elizabeth II when she toured with the Duke of Edinburgh in April 1954.
Steeped in cultural views with the Mythical Rwenzori Mountains as a backdrop and the Virunga Mountains on the horizon of Lake George, Marafiki offers you leading services with breathtaking views looking over the park.
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A cheeky red-billed oxpecker whispers into the ear of an impala. Balancing on the upright neck of the impala, the oxpecker even manages to fit its whole head inside the mammal’s ear.
Picture: Nobby Clarke/Solent News
Cheetah mother and her cubs photographed a late afternoon at Masai Mara, Kenya
by Andrea Marzorati