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A different perspective !

 

 

 

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Serval cat , Masai Mara 2008.

 

Paco

 

 

 

 

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Anthilltiger

Hi, new to this forum - so hope these posts work ;)

 

Caracal - Khutse GR, Botswana (2008)

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Serval - Serengeti NP, Tanzania (2011)

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Civet - Selous GR, Tanzania (2012)

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Serval - Mikumi NP, Tanzania (2013)

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@@Anthilltiger

The photos do work!

Beautiful serval - amazing how long their legs are

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Kitsafari

@@Anthilltiger

 

the posts certainly worked! lovely cats.

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Hi, new to this forum - so hope these posts work ;)

 

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~ Hi, @@Anthilltiger!

 

Those terrific images not only work, they race around the track!

I've never seen those species, but your fine images bring them to my desktop.

The serval in Serengeti, shown above, is a great photograph in all respects.

The subject stands out, with an interesting expression — almost a look of hesitation.

Many thanks for sharing such lovely images.

Tom K.

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Christopher Moran

Taken in the Maasai Mara, late in the day... The little tuft of hair in the grass is what's left of a hare that it caught..

 

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Tom Kellie

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~ @@Christopher Moran

 

WOW! That's a mighty fine photograph!

I like the lighting, the colors, the overall ‘look’.

Taken in the Mara, no less.

Thank you so much for sharing this on Safaritalk.

An elegant image like this brightens my day!

Tom K.

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ellenhighwater

Insanely jealous of all these great caracal photos - the one species that has managed to elude me!

 

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@@ellenhighwater great capture of the jump. beautiful how the long legs folded and its back arched to give it a higher jump.

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~ @@ellenhighwater

 

Judging by the position of the rear legs and the delicately folded front legs, this is a rare marsupial, right?

Seriously, a GREAT shot!

Tom K. from Mars

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I'm just finishing my Laikipia TR and found this, it just made explore on flickr!

 

The Sentinel Serval - Nairobi NP, March 2015

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~ @@koelan

 

Your first Addo caracal image is a stunner!

Thank you for sharing it here.

Tom K.

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Hammer_of_the_Gods

Taken in the Serengeti (Namiri Plains).

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~ Those light blue eyes!



This image is one for the ‘hall of fame’.



Tom K.


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Peter Connan

Oh my goodness!

 

Stunning!

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Tuli Block, October 2008

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Peter Connan

Magnificent!

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