Kruger in the past visits 2

by Lourens Erasmus.
(Benoni South Africa)

Leguaan on the prowl all along the edge of the water.

Leguaan on the prowl all along the edge of the water.

Leguaan on the prowl all along the edge of the water.
Starlings taking on a snake on its way to the water.
Snake not deterred had reached the water and is having the drink it came for.
Eyes on the snake missed out on the crock taking a fish in the water.

At times you do not have to drive around. Just sit at sunset dam and witness nature unfolding minute by minute. Keep an eye on the edge of the water and so doing you will not miss out on any action.

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Great pics of the snake drinking!

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