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... 233; à ses propriétaires qui le maltraitaient. Il avait une fracture de la hanche et une de la jambe, des traces de fractures pluS anciennes. On lui a enlevé son plâtre et on lui fait faire de la rééducation. Angélique, la responsable des volontaires, part en vacance toute la semaine et je suis chargée de m'occuper de son bébé, Baba ainsi que de Timone. Premier repas a 6h le matin et dernier a 21 h Not too bad ...
... flapping their ears, raising their trunks in an awesome spectacle. In time, they eventually passed us by. Another great sighting was of a male lion, emerging from the grass to pace right up along the road side, coming within a couple metres of our truck. What a thrill viewing the big cat through the open roof, almost within touching distance!
After a couple hours free time, we headed out on a sunset safari drive from ...
... in search of both the Lions and the Leopard. Two of the other vehicles did get a short view of a Leopard, but by the time we arrived it was hidden in a culvert below the road. We waited for a bit but nothing alas. Some of the other animals we observed were Buffalo, Elephant, Kudu, Zebra, Giraffe, Waterbuck, Grey Rhebok, Rhinos (very faint), Magpie Shrike to name a few.
We stopped for a few minutes ...
... surveying the area – looked like he knew he was the King of the jungle – felt a real treat to see him.
Just as we left Kruger we saw a family of warthogs , we had seen warthogs before but never a little family of them- they looked so funny the little hogs have kind of mohicans looked like a family of hard case boguns , strutting around , snouts and bums up in the air made us all laugh.
Kruger will definitely stay with me , it was such a special place for us ...
We had two days in the Kruger National Park itself to see us much wildlife as we could.
It's the biggest National Park in South Africa so it can be pot luck whether you actually get to see many animals or not. Some people go there and don't see much more than a few impala and others will got there and see loads.
To give ourselves the best chance we could, we were at the entrance gate as soon as the park opened and left again at the very ...
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