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... amp; we saw the business end of a full maned lion !
Breath taking !! 2 lionesses with very full tummies & messy faces & manes from gorging on a recent kill, lay close by.
During our evening driveway spotted our first Nyala - a shy, beautiful antelope with big ears & fine vertical stripes along their body.
Halali Camp that night with a spectacular sunset show at the Moringa Waterhole.
A great viewing area cut into ...
The first major glimpse of wildlife was a
white rhino, my first ever, so the day was off to a terrific start.
The idea was to cruise and stop when we saw
something major to get a photo and pause for a while at the water holes, a
haven for the animals, and your nearly always guaranteed a show of something if
you wait around. By the afternoon we had
seen, a type of large-ish snake, many ...
Our visit to Etosha National Park was memorable. To top off our experience in Addo Elephant National Park, we also saw giraffes, wild cheetahs and lots of springbok. We also sighted male and female lions. However, our highlight was the sighting of a pride of lions, with lion cubs. They were lazing around the watering hole, almost like a family day out. The cubs were playing with each other at the edge ...
... could get a closer look and some really great photos! Abram explained that a study was recently conducted and it is believed that lions in this area are developing an immunity to the naturally occurring anthrax, so if they eat an animal that was killed with this bacteria, they too will not perish.
We took a long, barren and rocky drive to the Nebrowni Watering Hole. Abram had heard that one of the male Black Rhinos was there. We arrived just in time to ...
... of a bench for stability and at one point I got yelled at by some German ladies who were obviously disturbed by the simple click noise my camera makes when it takes a photo. I just moved to use Karens bench instead. She thought she saw a lion but I didn't see it. We watched in amazement until Chris came to get us for dinner. Christina and I held back a bit though and got to see another two rhinos, including one really small one. When we got to dinner we were pretty late but I didn't care, ...