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Panthera Pardus

It is very interesting . Even the scientists are in disagreement about some of the classifications.

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Wild Dogger

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Stallion in the Ngorongoro Crater

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Soukous

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Cape Mountain Zebra, Swartberg Wildlife Reserve, Western Cape

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Soukous

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Soukous

2 zebra stallions going at in in Addo

 

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Game Warden

I know that there are some great zebra pics out there just waiting to be uploaded... how about some Grevy's for instance?

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Treepol

These 2 were taken at Okaukuejo Waterhole, Etosha NP in August 2012

 

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Soukous

Cape Mountain Zebras on the Welgevonden Reserve in Western Cape

 

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Soukous

Cape Mountain Zebra brosing amongst the fynbos.

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Cape Mountain Zebra

Swartberg Private Wildlife Reserve, Klein Karoo

 

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Soukous

Taken at Vlei Pan, Madikwe, on our way out of the reserve. It was around midday and the waterhole was heaving. Just about every animal imaginable put in an appearance.

 

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Soukous

Cape Mountain Zebra in the Klein Karoo, looking for fresh green shoots amongst the burnt stuff

 

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Morkel Erasmus

Nice pics, folks!

 

Zebras at sunrise near Nebrownii waterhole in Etosha, Namibia.

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Morkel Erasmus

Zebras at dawn in Mana Pools...how's that light?

On foot, of course!

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Tdgraves

@@Morkel Erasmus - I only seem to be able to see the left hand side of your recent photos - nice though they are, maybe a problem with the uploading?? everyone elses' are ok :unsure:

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Game Warden

@@Tdgraves all displaying ok at the HQ...

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Morkel Erasmus

@@Tdgraves monitor resolution perhaps? ;)

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Tdgraves

Fine onthe iPad...

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Johnmac

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Selenkay Conservancy. Porini Adventure Camp.

 

 

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JohnT

Fantastic light there at ManaPools Morkel.

This is Etosha, near Okaukuejo. The tattoo artist clearly fell asleep! I believe he's been spotted (?) a few times.

The second shot is Rietvlkei Dam near Pretoria, at sunrise.

 

 

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Game Warden

@@JohnT that's a very unusual zebra. Do you know more about it?

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Sar4h

I was going to ask the same Matt! I have never seen a zebra like that before.

Is it a different kind or just a reeeaally massive "birth mark" of some sort?....

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Morkel Erasmus

Seems a regular thing in Etosha - check out the foal in my Etosha sunrise shot higher up in the thread - looks the same!

Think it's just a genetic thing in a certain line of zebras. Pigmentation variation.

 

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JohnT

@@Game Warden; @@Sar4h

I can only imagine that, similar to the one that JD5000 posted, this is some sort of genetic throw back, perhaps similar to what causes albino specimens in other species.

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Sar4h

All very interesting! I wonder if they have more difficult surviving in the wild... Predators are very clever and will go for weaker pray - I wonder if they see this as a weakness. Nature continues to fascinate!

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