Etosha General Photos

by Gerhard Windisch
(Frankfurt am Main, Germany)

Yumm, this is delicious

Yumm, this is delicious

Yumm, this is delicious
Mine is the kingdom here
Need a cat nap
Lets rest our heads, it was a heavy night last night

It is not always the lions, leopards and cheetahs that make a visit special. There are also other animals to photograph and enjoy. Here are a few.

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Sep 25, 2013
great opportunities
by: Jenny

I agree fully with what you said, Mario and I love the little critters because they can give you some great photographic opportunities.

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