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Atravelynn

Another round of excellent photos. The civet is wonderful, so hard to capture in a photo. Great nursing puku shot. Puku viewing was mission this last time around so I zeroed in on that one.

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Guest John Milbank

My apologies for the ugly graphic which has replaced many of my photos in this thread. I'm having problems at present with my website host, which has made a mistake with my account and seems to believe I am no longer entitled to enjoy remote hosting of my pics...though I'm puzzled that they haven't 'killed' all the photos I've posted here.

 

I am trying to fix the problem but it may be a slow process. The internet is a wondrous creature but have you ever tried communicating on it with a large amorphous organisation which has never heard of the KISS principle (Keep It Simple Stupid)?

 

I recently completed my website page dealing with our Kaingo/Mwamba safari. The above photos and more can be seen here . And, my apologies again if ads appear on the page. That is another consequence of the mistake made with my account.

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