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Nature & Wildlife Photos of the Week

Monday, December 2nd, 2013
Regal Fight!! Two male lions from the Marsh Pride scrapping over a female. by David Lloyd Wildlife Photography Website Twitter Google+

Regal Fight!!
Two male lions from the Marsh Pride scrapping over a female.
by David Lloyd Wildlife Photography
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African Wild Dog  by Peter Winnan

African Wild Dog
by Peter Winnan

Wrestling Giraffes  by Dana Allen Photosafari Website

Wrestling Giraffes
by Dana Allen Photosafari
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Battle of the Giants! Two bull elephants testing each other's strengths and swimming the afternoon away in Kruger National Park by Calvin Kotze Wildlife Photography

Battle of the Giants!
Two bull elephants testing each other’s strengths and swimming the afternoon away in Kruger National Park
by Calvin Kotze Wildlife Photography

Seven lion cubs of the Ximungwe pride. by Calvin Kotze Wildlife Photography

Seven lion cubs of the Ximungwe pride.
by Calvin Kotze Wildlife Photography

A young weddell seal (Leptonychotes weddellii) relaxingon a floating iceberg. Photographed GUTS during his recent Antartica Expedition  with Pangolin PhotoSafaris

A young weddell seal (Leptonychotes weddellii) relaxingon a floating iceberg. Photographed by GUTS during his recent Antartica Expedition with Pangolin PhotoSafaris

Lion Strutting Like a Boss by Arno Meintjes Wildlife Photography

Lion Strutting Like a Boss
by Arno Meintjes Wildlife Photography

Leopard focused on a potential prey at Sabi Sands, SA by Corne Schalkwyk Photography

Leopard focused on a potential prey at Sabi Sands, SA
by Corne Schalkwyk Photography

Muddy Face A cute baby gorilla photographed playing in the Virunga, during a recent gorilla trekking expedition to Uganda and Rwanda. by Adalberto Mangini Wildlife Photography

Muddy Face
A cute baby gorilla photographed playing in the Virunga, during a recent gorilla trekking safari to Uganda and Rwanda, organised by Premier Safaris (Marasa Africa).
by Adalberto Mangini Wildlife Photography

Are you just going to sit there or are you my dinner. by Mems Carim

Welcome to the African Wilderness! Let the Safari begin..
by Mems Carim

Cheetah Aerobic at Kruger National Park, South Africa  by Mems Carim

Cheetah Aerobics, Kruger National Park, South Africa
by Mems Carim

Mini Horse by Laerta

Mini Horse
by Laerta

A curious young male male leopard at Sandibe Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana by Grant Atkinson who is currently leading a photographic safari to the same location with Andy Biggs. Atkinson Photography and Safaris Website

A curious young male male leopard at Sandibe Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana by Grant Atkinson who is currently leading a photographic safari to the same location with Andy Biggs.
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Elephantastic Stretch This rare shot was captured  by Marlon du Toit, whilst leading a photographic safari for Wild Eye Expeditions to Mana Pools National Park. Marlon du Toit Photography

Elephantastic Stretch
This rare shot was captured by Marlon du Toit, whilst leading a photographic safari for Wild Eye Expeditions to Mana Pools National Park.
Marlon du Toit Photography

Tree Climbing Lions, Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda by Marc Leo

Tree Climbing Lions, Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda
by Marc Leo

Animals are also victims of war - and in Congo, that means the beautiful okapi. The alert about the okapi follows a new assessment of its population in its only home, the rainforests of the eastern side of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. For nearly 20 years, this region has been one of the most dangerous places on earth, for humans and for animals both, ever since the 1994 Hutu-Tutsi genocide in Rwanda spilled over the border into the DRC and sparked continuous conflict between the government and a shifting assortment of rebel groups, in what became known as "Africa's world war". Read on: Nature Studies

Animals are also victims of war – and in Congo, that means the beautiful okapi.
The alert about the okapi follows a new assessment of its population in its only home, the rainforests of the eastern side of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. For nearly 20 years, this region has been one of the most dangerous places on earth, for humans and for animals both, ever since the 1994 Hutu-Tutsi genocide in Rwanda spilled over the border into the DRC and sparked continuous conflict between the government and a shifting assortment of rebel groups, in what became known as “Africa’s world war”.
Read on: Nature Studies

New species of wild cat identified in Brazil Read on : BBC Nature News

New species of wild cat identified in Brazil
Read on : BBC Nature News

 

Kidepo Valley National Park, the most remote national park in Uganda. It also houses the only population of cheetahs in Uganda. For a trip to this wonderful game park, we recommend Wildplaces Africa, who have the finest accommodation in the wildest places in Uganda. They do have a luxury safari lodge there: Apoka Safari Lodge

Kidepo Valley National Park, the most remote national park in Uganda. It also houses the only population of cheetahs in Uganda. For a trip to this wonderful game park, we recommend Wildplaces Africa, who have the finest accommodation in the wildest places in Uganda. They do have a luxury safari lodge there: Apoka Safari Lodge
Photo by Mac Leo

White tiger cubs  by Jean-Claude

White tiger cubs
by Jean-Claude

 

Rhino Morning Walk  by Chad Wright Photography Look out for his forthcoming safaris to Madikwe Game Reserve - 27 -31 August 2014 Website Facebook

Rhino Morning Walk
by Chad Wright Photography
Look out for his forthcoming safaris to Madikwe Game Reserve – 27 -31 August 2014 through  Wild Eye
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His Majesty, Connor the Malayan Tiger  by Penny Hyde

His Majesty, Connor the Malayan Tiger
by Penny Hyde

The Vegetarian by batterjob32

The Vegetarian
by batterjob32

The Son of The Boss  by Willem Verboom

The Son of The Boss
by Willem Verboom

White tiger cub strut by Jean-Claude Sch.

White tiger cub strut
by Jean-Claude Sch.

Black Bear Spring Cub  by Charles Glatzer.

Black Bear Spring Cub
by Charles Glatzer
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Striped Hyena  by Courtney McNealy

Striped Hyena
by Courtney McNealy