My Lens / South Africa – Hluluwe iMfolozi

 

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Their height and keen eyesight makes giraffes formidable predator-detectors 

 

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The African wild dog; considered the most successful large predator in Africa in terms of chase-capture ratios

 

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Male impala with their distinctive triple-shade body colours which is believed to help them blend into their surroundings  

 

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The white hairs on this juvenile warthog’s face are believed to resemble tusks, deterring potential predators 

 

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Burchell’s Zebra, the most numerous of the three zebra species 

 

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A pack of African wild dogs 

 

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A male giraffe scanning the treacherous landscape for any sign of danger

 

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The aptly-named Chinese Lantern flowers

 

Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park,
Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park, South Africa

 

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African wild dogs on the prowl

 


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