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Wildebeest crossing
Path to comfort
Fall Rising
An Eagle Silhouette
Flock of a Mountain
Happy Snack
Two ravens harassing a hawk.
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Alien Hills and Vibrant Color in Badlands National Park
Male lion in grass
Fighting Timor Deer
churning rapids
Lioness at sunset
bees and sunflowers
Sunrise
Pillar coral at Admiral's Aquarium.
Sunset Okavango Delta
Taccoa Falls
San Francisco from Above
Mother
Little squid in Bell Sound Nature Reserve.
16th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Male lion in grass

Male lions are often not around, their job is to protect the territory. We were fortunate to see several male lions. In Varumaba camp there are four male lions who rule. Two of them are brothers and all four were cubs together. They are so sweet greeting each other, marking on their heads. Their mannerisms seem to be just like my house cat, looks so familiar. Gotta love this bored bad boy stare.

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Date Taken: 03.2018
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