Gemsbok kill - the clean-up squads.

by Marcelle

Black-backed jackal eating from gemsbok carcass

Black-backed jackal eating from gemsbok carcass

Black-backed jackal eating from gemsbok carcass
Black-backed jackal pulling gemsbok skin
Black-backed jackals and vultures at carcass
Black-backed jackal chasing lappet-faced vultures

We were also at Namutoni last month (October 2010). The rains had just started but there were still many animals at the waterholes. Lions had killed a gemsbok at Klein Namutoni waterhole but the best action was the interaction amongst the black-backed jackals and the lappet-faced vultures...!

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Jan 05, 2011
tells the story
by: Jenny

Nice pics Marcelle - these pictures tell the story, thanks for sharing them with us.

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