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These are some of the animals and scenery I saw in South Africa, in the humongous Kruger National Park (larger than some European countries) and Timbavati Game Reserve. The animals in these areas are wild and not fenced in; the "park" and "game reserve" designations only mean that the animals are protected from hunters. Lions have their own page.
Cats (and their prey)
Note that lions have their own page.
Many types of antelopes are found in Africa. Examples below include kudu, impala and steenbok.
Eve Andersson (email@example.com)
i really love the photos of the giraffes and birds. well done the colours are magnificent
-- gloria robin
Those pictures are truly beautiful! The photography was very well done. I admire the photographer and compliment them on their skill. It's simply MAGNIFICENT!!!
-- Aeris Forrest
I've been going to ZA for over ten years now, and in all my trips, I've only ever seen the buffalo eyes at night (a startling blue in the land rover's spotlight)
I envy you so much 8-)
-- michael snow
Hi Eve. Great photos in SA & Timbavati. Your guy who has only seen buffy eyes at night should visit Gomo Gomo in the Timbavati. It has to be the best value game lodge in SA. I've never been and not seen buffys in the daytime. Try their website www.gomogomo.co.za That's all. Best regards, Ken.
-- Ken Brickell
Great photos and story. I like to travel in Central America. I go there every summer. I'm leaving on June 18 for a 7 week, solo tour of Guatemala, Belize, Costa Rica, and Panama. This will be my first time to Belize. I already have tons of photos of Guatemala, Costa Rica, and Panama. When I'm done after this trip, I should have a good collection to send in. Keep on traveling! Shelly Sinclair
-- Shelly Sinclair
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