Young cheetahs display their prowess as they play along the banks of the Majale River, Mashatu, Botswana by photographic safari guide Grant Atkinson whilst leading an Eyes on Africa photosafari.
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Leopard mother and her exuberant cub in the spotlight high up a marula tree in South Africa
by African photographic Jedi Andrew Aveley
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Graeme Mitchley captured this unusual picture of a group of rhinos in a row in Kruger National Park, South Africa. “I sat with this crash of five rhino for at least half an hour. They came closer and closer and managed to get them in a row. With all the poaching going on at the moment it is rare to see five together, let alone get them in a row”, says the amateur wildlife photographer.
Picture: Greatstock / Barcroft Media
Right of way!
Elephant crossing a road in Kruger National Park, South Africa
by Wild Photographix
A family of mountain gorillas from the Virunga volcanic mountain range on the borders of Rwanda, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, are pictured in this photograph provided by Gorilla Doctors.
Picture: Gorilla Doctors/UC/Reuters
A beautiful black and white image of a cheetah taken from a hide in Zimanga Private Game Reserve, South Africa
by Astrid Van Zyl
Don’t even try it!
A sword-billed hummingbird fending off a collared inca hummingbird in Ecuador
by Jan van der Greef
One of many herds of elephants crossing the Chobe River, Chobe National Park, Botswana
by David Lewis
Scent of a Woman!
A male leopard awoken by the approach of a female in Vumbura Plains, Okavango Delta, Botswana
by Steve Jurvetson
This photograph may look like a lion taking a selfie – but it would also be the last thing a defenceless animal would see before being killed by one of nature’s most powerful creatures. Hannes took the brilliant photograph in the Kalahari desert while working with a pride of 14 lions.
Picture: Hannes Lochner / SWNS.com
Her Royal Highness
A rather famous leopard known as Schotia Female spotted relaxing up a tree “like a boss” in Sabi Sands Game Reserve, South Africa
by Keith Connelly Photography