Hot Summer Days

by Heila van der Merwe

Buffalos at the bridge between Skukuza and Kruger Gate

Buffalos at the bridge between Skukuza and Kruger Gate

Buffalos at the bridge between Skukuza and Kruger Gate
Hyena at a bridge on the way to Malelane
Warthogs at Renosterkoppie Dam

Cooling off, this is the best way to do it! We saw these animals at different spots and we realy felt like joining them!

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Jan 17, 2011
Water babies
by: Jennifer

I don't know when you were in the park when you took these pictures Heila, but over the December hollidays the temperature in the Kruger got to 49 degrees on one particular day in the far north, so I know how these guys must have felt...just leave me alone and let me cool off!

Jan 16, 2011
I just love the hyenas!
by: Jeremy

Looks like the Kruger was really hot this summer.

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