Waterholes, Dams and Rivers

by Mary Jane Sesto
(Long Beach, Ca. U.S.A.)

Hippo and Turtles, Girivana, WH.

Hippo and Turtles, Girivana, WH.

Hippo and Turtles, Girivana, WH.
Hippo, Nhlanganzwane Dam
Klipspringers, Sabie River
Zebra, Duke , WH.

We love hanging out at the waterholes in the Park. We like to "pack a snack" and just sit for several hours at a time. There is always something interesting going on.

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Jul 31, 2012
fantastic hippo shot
by: eb

Got a very similar hippo pic last month at nthandanyathi hide ,at the same time we were incredibly lucky to spot a boom slang inside the hide :)

Oct 21, 2010
I like the Hippos!
by: Brad

You've got to be quick to get hippos doing their threat displays. I have sat watching them for hours and while watching one the other opens his mouth or you look away for a few seconds and when
you look back the mouth is just closing. Well done on getting these pics!

Oct 21, 2010
relaxing waterholes
by: Jennifer

Thanks Mary Jane for your lovely pics at the different waterholes in KNP. It gives people an idea as to what comes down to drink or what you can see coming out of the water. I love the Klipspringer picture because you can see the river in the back ground and the klipspringer look like they are kissing.

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