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06-25-2021, 05:17 PM - 1 Like   #11101
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Warthogs - mother & youngster, and a youngster that is probably the same one as in the first image.
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Partridge was a nice change, Pheasant and Mallard are the only game birds I normally see



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River horses, indeed. I understand they can be very aggressive and dangerous. Doubtless you were aboard a boat...
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They crashed their campsite

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QuoteOriginally posted by OrchidJulie Quote
River horses, indeed. I understand they can be very aggressive and dangerous. Doubtless you were aboard a boat...
Hippos are very dangerous. They wander away from the water at night, feeding here and there, including raiding gardens. Very big & strong, big nasty teeth. Keep your distance.

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A little less danger, a Brown Pelican with some Royal Terns.

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Elephants parading through the brush, an activity they do very well. Who or what would stop them?
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Hi Noel! Posting during lunch break? 7:35AM here. Made waffles this morning with too much maple syrup atop, on purpose of course.
This was a picture of an ibis, but I didn't have the long tele mounted. (And the Moon is made of green cheese, the Earth is flat and disease is caused by an imbalance of the four humors ).
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Hi WPRESTO- Yes, ecclesiastical duties done for the day, and not much of a lunch to speak of. I could do with some of those waffles. I'm envious. Some Forumites are so cruel

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Hi WPRESTO- Yes, ecclesiastical duties done for the day, and not much of a lunch to speak of. I could do with some of those waffles. I'm envious. Some Forumites are so cruel
Nice capture of the beautiful kitty.
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Not sure of the sex of these young elephants having a gentle tussle, but I suspect it's two bulls.
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