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LionMrSimba

Kimilamatonge Hill, Ruaha N.P. 2014.

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Game Warden

@@LionMrSimba Keeping lookout for mum...

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sanjay

@@ld1 , Inded bay elephant is very cute. TFS

@@JohnT , Love those curious puppies

@@LionMrSimba , Look like lion cub see something frightening. Lovely Image

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JohnT

@@sanjay :) cool thanks. I enjoy your regular comments and the way you enjoy the goings-on.

When are you coming to visit us in Africa?

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IamFisheye

One of the Camp Hwange Jackal cubs

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penolva

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Kgalagadi September 2014

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Sar4h

Oh Wow @@penolva ! Such great shots! The first and third are particularly cute! :wub:

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Peter Connan

Oh @@penolva, these are so sweet! Particularly the first one!

 

Does this mean there is a TR coming, or have I missed it somehow?

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penolva

Oh @@penolva, these are so sweet! Particularly the first one!Does this mean there is a TR coming, or have I missed it somehow?

Thanks Peter. I have 2500+ photos to sort out and then will do a book again and post that but it's goi to take ages as we also went to Kruger. I will try to do a trip report for KGALAGADI meanwhile as I must admit it was by far our favourite. We did enjoy Kruger but it is not so wild, which is what we like. Pen

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marg

at Duba Plains 2010

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sanjay

@@penolva , Cuteness all around. Beautiful shots.

 

@@JohnT , Currently busy schedule , Will plan next year. Thanks for invitation

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TonyQ

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Keeping up and keeping safe

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Learning the job from Dad

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Baby Puku

(Puku often leave their baby in a bush overnight for safety - this photo was taken at 6.50 in the morning - it had survived the night and was waiting for its mother. I tried a few variations as I wanted to show enough of the bush but still have the Puku clear. We had spent a few days on a walking safari just before this and empathised with prey animals much more. This little one seemed so vilnerable)

 

All 3 photos taken in South Luangwa National Park, August 2013

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Sar4h

Some cuties from our Maasai Mara visit! :D

 

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Soukous

mother and baby

 

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Wild Dogger

Impala fawns at Kwara

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AfricIan

A couple from our trip to Botswana in Nov 2007. Linyanti area, Kwando Lebala. Probably no more than 1-2 days old.

 

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Sar4h

So so cute @Africlan!

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mvecht

Just north of Letaba camp, Kruger South Africa, June 2002

Early days of digital photography so not he best picture quality.

We were on a self drive when we noticed another vehicle that had stopped next to a drain pipe.

Apparently a Hyena had given birth and another female had moved the cubs.

We could hear sounds indicating that she was giving birth. The other female got skittish and moved away and five minutes later this female appeared with her last born.

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AfricIan

Thanks @@Sar4h, baby ele's are something special aren't they!

 

On a "less glamorous" note, a few more from the same Botswana trip in Nov 2007. Linyanti area still but Kwando Lagoon camp

 

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As cute as a Hyaena gets?

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TonyQ

@@AfricIan

I think baby hyena are very cute! - great pictures.

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Game Warden

Now, come on, I know there are some cute baby pics in various trip reports, let's highlight them here.

 

Show us you babies...

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graceland

Newborn Wildie, Massia Mara, Kenya 2015

 

 

 

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penolva

Taken near Rooiputs in the Kgalagadi TP this month.

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penolva

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Taken near Rooiputs in the Kgalagadi TP this month.

 

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