Elephantastic shot of the King of Kariega Game Reserve, South Africa
by Grant Atkinson/Atkinson Photography and Safaris
Grant hosts several photosafaris to Botswana & other sought after destinations in Africa, so if you want to horn in your photography skills, he is definitely one to check out.
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A baby mountain gorilla, member of the Agashya family, is pictured in the Sabyinyo Mountains of Rwanda. Mountain gorillas are a endangered specie found only in the border areas between Rwanda, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. For an unforgettable safari to see these mighty animals in check Premier Safaris for a trip of a lifetime.
Picture: Ivan Lieman/AFP/Getty Images
A feisty fish left a hungry eagle in a real flap – after almost drowning the giant bird while putting up a fight in true David vs Goliath style. The eagle swooped down, talons outstretched to calmly pluck the fish out of the water but the big fish had other ideas and tried to fight back. The battle was captured by wildlife photographer Chad Wright during a trip this year to Mabalingwe Nature Reserve in Limpopo Province, South Africa.
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Cheetah cubs at play on the savanna in Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Ndutu Plains, Tanzania
by Paul Souders
A giraffe at sunrise in the Amboseli National Park in Kenya
by Laban West
A stunning capture of a mountain lion jumping
by Walt Weiss
Kalahari lion standing on top of a sand dune while in patrol of his territory in the Kgalagadi Trnsfrontier Park, South Africa
by John de Jager/OnePhotography
He’s running a photosafari to South Africa’s Timbavati Game Reserve, just one spot left #BeQuick
Leopard and her 4 month old cub, sharing a meal. Sabi Sands, South Africa
by Steve Winter
Lesser Flamingos, Lake Munyanyange, Katwe, one of the crater lakes in the Queen Elizabeth Conservation Area. Uganda. The lake is an important habitat for migratory birds and has one of the largest concentrations of the lesser black-backed gulls, Larus fuscus and other waders.
by Matthias Mugisha of PearlEyes