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Photo Previews 10

on June 3, 2013

Once again I bring you a mixed selection of species you might find on an African safari in the savannah.

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Adult Vervet Monkey (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) on a tree eating

Adult Vervet Monkey (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) hides in a tree hoping not to be spotted.

A scorpion walks by on the side of the road.

A scorpion walks by on the side of the road.

Plains Zebra (Equus quagga) stallion.

A beautiful Plains Zebra (Equus quagga) stallion.

Dung beetles party on a fresh elephant pile of dung.

Dung beetles party on a fresh elephant pile of dung.


Até à próxima!


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Previous Photography entries:
Photo Previews 09
Photo Previews 08
Photo Previews 07

2 responses to “Photo Previews 10


    I once went on a trip to Botswana (Khutse reserve), there had been so much rain, the grass was too high to see anything. I mean anything. Sum total was the back end of a hyena and a family of warthog. It wasn’t a problem there were plenty of birds and the insect life was fantastic. We stopped looking for the big things and just enjoyed the little things, although we never saw the hairy-footed gerbil that was an endless joke all weekend. On the last night we were sitting around the campfire and heard the familiar hungh hungh of a lion. Just shows, they’re out there, just because you don’t see them …

    • Wildlife TV says:

      You are absolutely right.
      I’m glad you still had a great time. There are so many amazing things to look at when you’re on a guided tour through the savannah. I truly think that the smallest animals are sometimes the most amazing and fascinating ones.
      I have a photo that I haven’t uploaded yet (will do next time) of a water scorpion on a pool. I was so shocked with that, up until that point I didn’t even know such thing existed.
      There’s a great world out there, we’re just sometimes too big to notice.

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