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Jason Wharam
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Happy to be apart of the Vanguard World Family!
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Goliath Heron sunning its wings on the Sabi river within the Kruger National Park in South Africa. +Africa Geographic +Getaway Magazine +go! Magazine +Lonely Planet +Kruger National Park +National Geographic
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So last night I decided to go to Ockley Fireworks. Wow for a small Village they put on a real show was worth the cold and the £6! Very friendly bunch of people will be going again next year. Please comment for improvements for next years pics. Location is one.
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06/11/2016
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Elephants coming down to drink in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe!
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2016-04-20
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Munstead Horse Trials
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Distinguished by its exceptionally beautiful, black-spotted coat, the leopard (Panthera pardus) is also recognised for its supreme stealth and its remarkable versatility. Despite being the smallest of the ‘big cats’, the leopard is the most widespread of all wild cat species, and is well known for the variety of prey it takes, as well as its ability to occupy a range of habitats, from deserts and mountains to jungles and swamps. The leopard can be individually identified by its spot pattern. Its distinctive black spots contrast with the pale background coat
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Mating pair of lions, whilst my wife and I were sitting watching these two, a few Guided tours drove by and stopped gave a bit of a talk, then off they sped to the next sighting. The so called Guides( Jeep Jockeys) in my eyes spoke so loud that we could have a free tour, however being a Pro Guide from Zimbabwe not with them they spoke the biggest load of bull that I have ever heard. each one had told different fact about mating Lions. From they mate every 15mins for 2 days  to every 1hr for 5 days.
Wow as a tourist would never know what to believe.
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