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There are thousands of animals in this 120 square mile caldera. It always has water and thus green plants and grazing animals. This is just right for predators as well. The lions and spotted hyenas are always plentiful. But I think I’ll start with an unlikely look – let’s look at a few of the horns seen on the grazing animals. There are Thomson’s gazelles, eland, and a few others that won’t be pictured but the four offer a look at the variety.
I am currently working with a safari tour group and will post as time allows. I can provide more depth on the subjects when I get home.
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Wow David your photos are wonderful and I can’t wait to see the rest! Share Lions/Lioness and their young ones.