Breakfast for baby hyena

by Rika
(Krugersdorp S.A.)

When we saw a pride of lions just 10 minutes after we left Pretoriuskop camp, I thought my day was made. Then when what looked like a huge heap of elephant dung, from a distance, turned out to be a Mother hyena feeding her little cub in the middle of the road, I knew it was going to be another great day in Africa!

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Oct 02, 2010
in every pile of sh"t
by: Gavin

it just goes 2 show.. Never judge a book by its cover. In every pile of .. . . .lies a hidden treasure

Aug 23, 2010
We know how you feel Rika...
by: Alfred

...we also often see what we think is a heap of elephant dung in the road and when we get there it's something very much alive! Nice hyena photograph.

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