Photos Of The Month #12

Sorry it’s late, but here is our round up of the best African inspired photos of last month!

If you haven't already, you should check out our previous posts as there's so much more to see!

Here are November’s highlights:

 

Meerkat Lookout (@safari.frank)

 
"Gesa was trying to get some eye level shots of the Meerkats when this individual saw an opportunity to get some height for a lookout post! Gotta love wildlife photography!" . Photo and caption from -  @safari.frank

"Gesa was trying to get some eye level shots of the Meerkats when this individual saw an opportunity to get some height for a lookout post! Gotta love wildlife photography!"
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Photo and caption from - @safari.frank

 
 

Jaws Of Life (@michael_rads_)

 
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"One moment from a dramatic scene, a pride of Lions hunting a bull Buffalo in the grasslands around Musiara Marsh. Almost one hour of battle for life, eventually won by the lions. This image is included in my book "Light and Dust", available on Amazon and in bookstores worldwide. Masai Mara, October 2014" . Photo & caption from  @federico_veronesi

"One moment from a dramatic scene, a pride of Lions hunting a bull Buffalo in the grasslands around Musiara Marsh. Almost one hour of battle for life, eventually won by the lions. This image is included in my book "Light and Dust", available on Amazon and in bookstores worldwide. Masai Mara, October 2014"
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Photo & caption from @federico_veronesi

 

 

Saving The Rhinos (@limpopo_wildlife_vet)

 
A beautiful white rhino cow immobilised for transportation to a safer place 🦏 It's great to see people caring for these unique and beautiful animals. . From  @limpopo_wildlife_vet

A beautiful white rhino cow immobilised for transportation to a safer place 🦏
It's great to see people caring for these unique and beautiful animals.
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From @limpopo_wildlife_vet

 
 

Running Free (@sidesofahorn)

 

"This is what we must fight to protect - animals that are magnificent, wild, and free. At the current rate of slaughter, a species that has been around for 50 million years is now only 10 years away from extinction. We must act now to ensure that these prehistoric creatures are not lost forever. Thank you for sharing this incredible footage @johnny_fpv@therealtarzann @itsjasonflom."


Shared from @sidesofahorn

 
 

 

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