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South Africa 2011: Kruger National Park Photo Report 3 – Other Animals


Following on from my last two photo reports from our Kruger safari (see “The Big Five” and “The Birds”) I will close off the animal-based photos with, well, everything that isn’t a “Big Five” or a bird. This menagerie includes a wide variety of wildlife, from the ever-present (Impalas) to the tiny and rare (dung beetle).

Giraffe
Adolescent Sparring Giraffe

Zebra and Giraffe at a Watering Hole

Wildebeest
Three Wildebeest

Zebra
Zebra Pair

Amorous Zebras

Hippos and Crocodiles
Bloodied Hippo with Tick Birds

Crocs and Hippos

River Crocodile

Reptiles and Insects
Blooded Lizard

Leopard Tortoise
Leopard Tortoise

Dung Beetle
Dung Beetle

Warthogs and Hyenas
Kneeling Warthog

Warthog Piglet

Hyena Mother and Cub

Antelope
Kudu
Kudu Bull

Female Impala
Impala Ewe

Male Impala
Impala Ram

Baby Impala
Male Steenbok

Well, that’s it on the wildlife photography front from our Kruger trip. Next up will be a few landscapes from the Kruger Park, and then a selection of shots from our trip to New York last weekend. See you soon.

  1. December 1, 2011 at 12:06 pm

    Lucky you! Strong pics!

  2. December 1, 2011 at 12:37 pm

    Good animal portraits. Thanks for posting them.

  3. December 3, 2011 at 9:44 pm

    Very nice. I like them. This reminds me of the zoo in Brasilia. It is opened aired and the animals roam free. The monkey have their own little island. The chimps have an enclose space sunk into the ground.

  1. December 26, 2011 at 8:13 pm

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