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Depicting wild living creatures in their natural environment
Depicting wild living creatures in their natural environment
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A pensive baboon sitting at the banks of Sunset dam, KNP, South Africa
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African wild/painted dogs

 in a playful mood in the Kruger National Park, South Africa.
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Even lions are sometimes irritated. Wishing you a day that is free of irritations and unnerving incidents :)
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The Namaqua chameleon has adapted in an amazing way to cope with desert conditions. It excretes salt from nasal glands to conserve water and digs holes to aid the thermo-regulation. Changing color helps to control temperature, becoming black in the cooler morning absorbs heat more efficiently than a lighter grey color to reflect light during the heat of the day.
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A ground squirrel looking out from the safety of its burrow
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Cheetah foursome in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park (South Africa)
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Kgalagadi magic

... created when the early morning sun combines with the dust in the air, dipping the grazing springbok into a orange light.
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Sorry, I have neglected this site for some time but will rectify this situation. This image shows a leopard I observed in the Kruger National Park. It was stalking some small prey which I didn't see. I just heard the rustle of leaves and grass when the prey escaped and at that moment the leopard turned around to look at me. I like this photo because it shows how well the leopard is camouflaged.
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Sandbaths are used by animals and birds alike to cleanse themselves and get rid of ticks and other plagueing insects. This image shows an elephant in action.
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After hearing a sound, these impalas were very alert and keeping an eye on any kind of movement that might betray the presence of a predator.
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