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Nature & Wildlife Photos of the Week

Sunday, April 20th, 2014
a pair of curious lion cubs pause from their play session in the Okavango Delta Botswana  by Grant Atkinson on an Eyes on Africa photosafari Join him on a tailer made photosafari ...........

A pair of curious lion cubs pause from their play session in the Okavango Delta, Botswana
by Grant Atkinson/Atkinson Photography and Safaris whilst leading an Eyes on Africa photosafari
Join him on his forthcoming tailer made photosafaris ………. Website.

Leopard lounging in the branches of a tree in Sabi Sands in South Africa  by Marcus Westberg/ Life Through a Lens Follow him to keep up with his wild adventures: Website Twitter

Leopard lounging in the branches of a tree in Sabi Sands in South Africa
by Marcus Westberg/ Life Through a Lens
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A southern white rhino named Bella walks with her one-day-old baby at the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary in Nakasongola, Uganda Picture: REUTERS

A southern white rhino named Bella walks with her one-day-old baby at the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary in Nakasongola, Uganda
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Lion cub playing with a wildebeest skull in the Serengeti, Tanzania  by Shem Compion Check him out at Shem Images & C4 Images and Safaris Website Twitter

Lion cub playing with a wildebeest skull in the Serengeti, Tanzania
by Shem Compion
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Nature and Wildlife Photos of the Week

Flying African wild dog at Skukuza, Kruger National Park, SA by Ronesh Parbhoo Wildlife Photography

Drunk elephants doze off after eating too many ripe fruits at Mfuwe Safari Lodge, Zambia by The Bushcamp Company. In the remote south of Zambia’s iconic South Luangwa National Park, the Bushcamp Company operates six exclusive safari camps and Mfuwe Lodge. You will be guaranteed unrivalled wildlife in the park where the African walking safari was pioneered. Website Here's funny elephant ideo from them.....

Drunk elephants doze off after eating too many ripe fruits at Mfuwe Safari Lodge, Zambia
by The Bushcamp Company.
In the remote south of Zambia’s iconic South Luangwa National Park, The Bushcamp Company operates six exclusive safari camps and Mfuwe Lodge. You will be guaranteed unrivalled wildlife in the park where the African walking safari was pioneered.
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Here’s funny video of a charging baby elephant from there…..

Leopard mother and sub adult cub photographed at Singita Sabi Sands during a photosafari with the Wild Eye team.  by Gerry van der Walt. Website Twitter Google+

Leopard mother and sub adult cub photographed at Singita Sabi Sands during a photosafari with the Wild Eye team.
by Gerry van der Walt.
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Meerkat photographers!!  by Will Burrard-Lucas, an award winning wildlife photographer and founder of BeetleCam and Camtraptions.

Meerkat photographers!! by Will Burrard-Lucas, an award winning wildlife photographer and founder of BeetleCam and Camtraptions.

Gentoos breed on many sub-Antarctic islands, with an estimated population of over 300,000 breeding pairs Picture: ANIKET SARDANA / CATERS NEWS

Gentoos breed on many sub-Antarctic islands, with an estimated population of over 300,000 breeding pairs
Picture: ANIKET SARDANA / CATERS NEWS

"Will this pose do?" Young elephant. Kruger National Park, South Africa  by Heather Liebler Photography

“Will this pose do?” Young elephant. Kruger National Park, South Africa
by Heather Liebler Photography

Stellar's Sea Eagle, Japan by Wim van den Heever during a photosafari for ODPSafaris Website Twitter Google+

Stellar’s Sea Eagle, Japan
by Wim van den Heever during a photosafari for ODPSafaris
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The sun sets on the savannah after six days of constant rain - creating a radiant pink cloud above a small herd of giraffe in the Okavango Delta, Botswana by Michael Poliza

The sun sets on the savannah after six days of constant rain – creating a radiant pink cloud above a small herd of giraffe in the Okavango Delta, Botswana
by Michael Poliza

Adorable Leopard Cub  by Mems & Farida Photography Twitter

Adorable Leopard Cub
by Mems & Farida Photography
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A three-month-old white female Bengal tiger peeks out from her enclosure at Buenos Aires zoo, Argentina Picture: NATACHA PISARENKO/AP

A three-month-old white female Bengal tiger peeks out from her enclosure at Buenos Aires zoo, Argentina
Picture: NATACHA PISARENKO/AP

Brothers in Arms! Tow lion brothers turn to check out tourist vehicle near Marafiki Safari Lodge in Uganda's Queen Elizabeth National Park by Matt Leach / Marafiki Safari Lodge For safari inquiries with them, check out Kyalo Africa Safaris & Expeditions

Brothers in Arms!
Tow lion brothers eye up tourist vehicle near Marafiki Safari Lodge in Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth National Park
by Matt Leach / Marafiki Safari Lodge
For safari enquiries to Uganda with them, check out Kyalo Africa Safaris & Expeditions

In Between a rock and a hard place!! Umkhumbi Lodge in South Africa has easy access to wildlife areas Check them out for all safari enquiries: Website Facebook

In between a rock and a hard place!!
Umkhumbi Lodge in South Africa has easy access to wildlife areas that is mind blowing.
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Silhouetted Giraffes  by Andrew Schoeman Photography Join him on a photosafari with ODP Safaris: Website Twitter Google+

Silhouetted Giraffes
by Andrew Schoeman Photography
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Gorgeous leopard posing on a termite mound, Masai Mara, Kenya by David Lloyd Wildlife Photography Join him on a customised photographic safari, workshops and prints. Website Twitter Instagram Google+

Gorgeous leopard posing on a termite mound, Masai Mara, Kenya
by David Lloyd Wildlife Photography
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Young leopard close up. by Beverley Joubert

Young leopard close up.
by Beverley Joubert

 At first glance, this photo looks like a stunning Scarlet Macaw. Look closer. This species isn’t Ara macao, it’s Homo sapiens. If you look closely, you can see her right hand as the claw, her left arm wrapped over her head to look like the head and the beak. Her left leg is outstretched to serve as the tail, while her right leg is curled up on the post. The bright green eye is painted on her forehead. Artist Johannes Stoetter spent a month planning and executing this amazing photograph. For four hours, he painstakingly painted the model’s body with breathable paint in order to create the the beautiful details. Credit: Johannes Stoetter Art


At first glance, this photo looks like a stunning Scarlet Macaw. Look closer. This species isn’t Ara macao, it’s Homo sapiens. If you look closely, you can see her right hand as the claw, her left arm wrapped over her head to look like the head and the beak. Her left leg is outstretched to serve as the tail, while her right leg is curled up on the post. The bright green eye is painted on her forehead.
Artist Johannes Stoetter spent a month planning and executing this amazing photograph. For four hours, he painstakingly painted the model’s body with breathable paint in order to create the the beautiful details.
Credit: Johannes Stoetter Art

Kung Fu Giraffes on an Epic Battle

Kung Fu Giraffes on an Epic Battle

A basket full of sloths by Lucy Cooke - Slothville

A basket full of sloths
by Lucy Cooke – Slothville

Mountain Gorilla Family in the Volcanoes National Park. Volcanoes National Park lies in northwestern Rwanda and borders Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in Uganda. The national park is known as a haven for the mountain gorilla.  If you fancy a safari to see these iconic creatures, currently there are discounted Gorilla permits until the end of May2014. Check out ........

Mountain Gorilla Family in the Volcanoes National Park.
Volcanoes National Park lies in northwestern Rwanda and borders Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in Uganda. The national park is known as a haven for the mountain gorilla.
If you fancy a safari to see these iconic creatures, currently there are discounted Gorilla permits until the end of May2014.
Check out Premier Safaris for the ultimate safari experience which includes working with the brilliant wildlife veterinarian, Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka, founder of CTPH (conservation Through Public Health) who focus on Gorilla Conservation in Uganda’s Bwindi.. Website

Cheetah mother and cubs, Masai Mara Reserve, Kenya by  Suzi Eszterhas Wildlife Photography Website Twitter

Cheetah mother and cubs, Masai Mara Reserve, Kenya
by Suzi Eszterhas Wildlife Photography
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