Duke 2007

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

Duke-May 2007

Duke-May 2007

We have been traveling to Africa since 1993. In May of 2007 we were in the Kruger National Park for our 3rd time. We stayed in Lower Sabie, Satara and Letaba. On May 28th we were fortunate enough to see Duke on the far side of the Nhlanganzwane Dam. We would have never seen him if we were not parked there for a while. We love hanging around the waterholes. This picture was taken before he lost most of his left tusk.

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Sep 27, 2010
Lovely Big Tusker
by: Jennifer

What a lovely picture of one of Kruger's most famous big Tuskers, he has since broken both tusks, so you were very lucky to see him with both tusks when you did. This is the kind of picture you get when you wait and watch at the waterholes....patience is key

Sep 27, 2010
Great sighting!
by: Murray

What a blessing for you to have been able to see and photograph one of the Kruger's "big tuskers"!

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