Lion Cub Family Portrait, Serengeti, Tanzania
by Andy Biggs Photo Safaris
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Elephants after a swim in the Chobe River, Botswana by Nicky Classen, during a Grant Atkinson led Pangolin Photosafaris trip.
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A Kruger bull elephant pulls off a might stretch for lush branches, a behaviour that is normally seen in the Mana Pools, Zimbabwe
by Felix Reinders Photography
When it comes to dancing these giraffes are definitely head and shoulders above the rest.The beautiful creatures appeared to be performing an elegant dance routine as they crossed their necks and swayed in time to the music in a series of synchronised dance moves. Despite their size the giraffes appeared to create perfect symmetry in what looked like a graceful dance routine.
by Andrey Gudkov
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Kruger Lions In The Spotlight
“It was these lions’ turn to be stalked – fortunately they did not at all seem interested in any of the too-close vehicles or their inhabitants, and eventually walked off into the bush”. by Megan Long Photography
African Wild Dogs!
They are critically endangered yet through habitat conservation are managing to thrive in protected places such as Kruger National Park.
by Chad Cocking Wildlife Photography
Rhinos at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, Nakasongola, Uganda
by Nina Wessel
Bull Elephants Fighting, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda
I watched a large group of elephants cross over the road early in the morning to get to the watering hole. These two males were caught up in a fight over a female watching nearby and they repeatedly locked tusks and made loud noises with their trunks. The female eventually got bored and walked away and all that was left were these two males fighting.
by Rebecca Yale/Nat Geo Contest
A Leap of Leopards