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Animal Spotting in Tanzania

Going on a safari, especially in Africa, is about animal spotting, thus one has to have a good camera with a powerfull lense. I didn’t manage to take a powerfull lense like the massive 400mm telelens or such like that. My lens was only as big as 300mm, which is nothing. thus the result was only a those animal within within range and not detail. However, Africa has a very diverse type of animals, where in normal place, if you are lucky, you could only seen them in the zoo.

What excite me to go for a safary is you go out there and spot those exotic wildlife in their own habitat….

What excite me to go for a safary is you go out there and spot those exotic wildlife in their own habitat, within the game reserve area and in many countries in Africa. In my case these pictures I took this in Tanzania only where Keith and I went for a family safari holiday.

Zebra

zebra with morning sunlight…

Zebra is a shy animal, it’s hard to get them facing the camera… thus this split second is important after e few minutes wait…

 

Hyrax

Hyrax

Silvery-cheecked hornbill

The Lion

Lion

Two Cheetah

Cheetahs

Woodland kingfisher

Woodland Kingfisher

Serval Cat

Serval cat

baboon

Baboon

Cape Bufallo

Impalas

impala

Blacksmith Plover

A collony of Hyppo

Colony of Hyppos

Ostrich couple

Oostrich couple

Hartebeest

Hartebeest

Girafee crossingImpala

Tower of termite with a Masai Boy

Termite tower with Masai boy

Grey Heron

Grey Heron

Tanzanian wildlife-22

Black-faced Monkey

Kori bustard

Impala

Impala

Tanzanian wildlife-3

Hyaena

Hyppo

Hyppo

Young elephant sharpening their tusks

testing the strenght of their tusks

Leopard

Leopard

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