Urikaruus waterhole - a very active waterhole

by Milo
(randpark ridge)

Wildebeest herd interacting with Red Hartebeest herd

Wildebeest herd interacting with Red Hartebeest herd

The Urikaruus waterhole has a constant procession of animals during the day. In this photograph you can see a herd of wildebeest interacting with a smaller herd of Red Hartebeest. The wildebeest would chase the red hartebeest when they wanted to drink and this carried on for about thrty minutes. Eventually the red hartebeest moved off to find another waterhole!

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Cool shot!
by: Han

If you know about the waterholes it would be easy to locate animals and capture images like these. It is always around the waterholes that we also get to see more animals and varieties too.

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