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Sangeeta

Paul, how about that skeptical pup here as well?

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Game Warden

This thread needs more hyenas...

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Wild Dogger

Okay Matt, you asked for it.

 

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Punk Hyena

 

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All taken in Kruger NP 2009

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Vlad the Impala

I really love hyenas, and when they're still young, they can even look quite cute. This shot was taken in Karongwe, South Africa. We sat by the den and watched this one, with it's siblings, causing all kinds of havoc around the den site, chewing anything they could find - sticks, each other, Mum (their's, not mine), the vehicle, an old torotise carapace - everything. Very entertaining to watch. All the while, their Mum just slept outside the den entrance, like she'd seen it all before and knew that any attempt at discipline would be a complete waste of time and effort.

 

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BlueLizardAdventures

Thought I'd add my few photos to the mix!

 

These guys are by far my most favourite animal in the bush! Misunderstood and misinterpretted!!

 

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Game Warden

Lovely warm lighting on that first image Rebecca.

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ecoTravel Africa

Here are a couple of our favourite 'cute' hyena pics...

 

 

 

 

 

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divewop

Here's a few "cuties" for the crowd.

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Wild Dogger

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kittykat23uk

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PA194911 Spotted Hyena by kittykat23uk, on Flickr

 

Taken at elephant plains, Sabi sand.

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Game Warden

How about some more hyenas? Has anybody managed to photograph a brown a striped hyena recently?

 

BTW @@Rainbirder, dead link alert ;)

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Richard Taylor

At sunset the little chaps exit the den and give their surroundings a good examination - Kruger NP.1239880_10201231876412021_698045649_n.jp

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africapurohit

@@Richard Taylor a wonderful first post! Welcome to Safaritalk.

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Game Warden

Indeed. @@Richard Taylor nice capture. Look forward to seeing more of your work. Matt

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Richard Taylor

Thanks Matt.

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Safari Cal

We found this cutie lying in a ditch by the side of the road on the way south to Purungat Bridge in the Mara.

 

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Kitsafari

a scruffy fella from ngorongoro

 

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Kitsafari

and a prettier one from Dunia camp:

 

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Soukous

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Soukous

A brown haena skulks towards Vlei Pan in Madikwe GR

 

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Soukous

welcome aboard @@Richard Taylor. Look forward to more of your photos

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JD5000

couple of hyenas we spotted as we left nakuru last February .they seemed to meet uppost-21274-0-95359600-1394487696_thumb.jpg sniffpost-21274-0-39419000-1394487730_thumb.jpg and then it was okaypost-21274-0-13382700-1394487820_thumb.jpg follow me post-21274-0-41451200-1394487890_thumb.jpg

do you like my mane i spent all morning at the hairdressers getting ready for this date .

 

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Game Warden

Fantastic sighting @@JD5000 :)

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JD5000

thankyou

.there was another group just off the road with a load of pups that kept popping out but there was loads of long grass.think i am starting my own support lake nakuru fan club. :D all my favourite photos seem to of been from lake nakuru.

julie.

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