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A Lion and Lioness Seen from Above

The strongest male in a pride of lion (Panthera leo) is usually the leader. He's responsible for the safety of the lionesses and cubs, and in return, he gets first option to…

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A Nile Crocodile at the Water's Edge

The Nile crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus) is, of course, named for the river in which it's commonly found. However, this impressive reptile is resident throughout the central belt of the African…

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A Rumpus of Chacma Baboons on a Log

The chacma baboon (Papio ursinus) has two subspecies: P. u. griseipes and P. u. ursinus. The former is found in southwest Zambia, the Okavango Delta in Botswana, Zimbabwe and south of the…

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A Flamboyance of Greater Flamingos Flying over a Lake

The greater flamingo (Phoenicopterus roseus) moves around – either in a migratory or irregular nomadic fashion – in response to water levels or food availability. A water bird, you'll find…

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A Black Rhino Walking in the Dust

A browser, the black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) can de identified by its pointed lip, which it uses to pick palatable herbs and succulents as well as acacias and other woody…

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A Golden-breasted Bunting Having a Bath

The golden-breasted bunting (Emberiza flaviventris) is a non-migratory bird in the Emberizidae bunting family. Males and females are similar looking: white crown with black stripes, white supercilium, black-bordered white ear coverts, orange-yellow underparts, chestnut and grey…

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An African Elephant at Dawn

The African elephant (Loxodonta africana) is comfortable in a variety of habitats – including dense forest, open and closed savannah, grassland and arid desert – and often moves between them. They're…

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A Leopard Lazing in a Tree

When looking for leopard (Panthera pardus) it pays to scan the trees, where they spend a lot of time. You'll have to search well though, as their spotted coats are excellent…

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A Shrewdness of Vervet Monkeys Sitting in a Tree

Vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) are partial to savannah, open woodland and forest-grassland mosaics, especially close to rivers, where they live in large groups of up to 38 males and females.…

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