A king’s crowning glory... Aside from making it more attractive to the females as a mate, the thickness of an African Lion’s mane serves to protect its neck from attacks while its size and colour is said to signal or warn other male lions of its strength. ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ One Nature Nyaruswiga Luxury Safari Camp (Serengeti, Tanzania 🇹🇿) (🌐: www.onenaturehotels.com) ▫️ ▫️ ( 📷 by: @photoby_CEO ) ▫️ ▫️ #tanzania#serengeti @natgeo @wonderful_places @BestPlaces_ToGo
The same Mbiri male as my previous post but with this shot its impossible to not wonder what hes thinking about while staring right at you from about 25 feet away. Bear in mind there is a reason this chap is known for being a bit on the wild side of sane. #natgeoyourshot#big5 @bbcearth
Happy Birthday Jayden Andrés! Watching you grow is the most precious gift 🎁 in life! Your energy, your silliness, your loving heart, your intelligence, the way you sing and dance, your passion for sports make you who you are. I love you more than anything in this world. Let’s enjoy this big 5 it’s all about you!!! Mami and papi took the day off just to be with you all day 😍 #mywhy#familyfirst
Placing the oxygen and chalking the horn: Following on again, once the rhino is immobilized and down it is partially reversed with a third drug to improve the level of immobilization. To further support it and make it safer, we place each rhino on oxygen; you can see the tube flowing into nose and secured with tape. After the regulatory officials have taken their necessary photos, we measure the level of the cut on the horn and mark it with chalk! For the front horn this is approximately four fingers from the base and for the back horn it is ...
Happy 5th birthday pretty little princess! It’s time to wear your crown and your beautiful dress! You truly deserve to be treated like a royalty because you’re such a joy to be around! #cancerseason♋️ #babygirl
Thought I’d just post a quick photo of a Leopard, because who doesn’t like a good looking Leopard? This beautiful female stuck with us for about half an hour in Etosha National Park! . . . #etosha#etoshanationalpark
Bye, Bye Africa - we'll be back! ⠀⠀ Nach 84 Tagen verabschieden wir uns schweren Herzens aus Afrika 😢. ▪️ Vor ein paar Tagen entzündeten wir das letzte Lagerfeuer, grillten und genossen den kalten aber gemütlichen Abend mit Rotwein 🍷. ⠀⠀⠀ Von Simon's town aus erkundeten wir das #kapdergutenhoffung und das Umland. ⠀⠀⠀ In Kapstadt angekommen, erklommen wir den Tafelberg. Leider ohne Aussicht, da sich die dicke Wolkendecke nicht lichten wollte, trotzdem eine wunderschöne Wanderung. Im Anschluss verabschiedeten wir uns von unserem fahrenden Zuhause der letzten 3 Monate. ⠀⠀⠀ Wir erkundeten die Stadt und die Waterfront. Bekamen dicke Gänsehaut bei ...
Welcome to the next edition of “A Week in the Bush”. It’s been a bag of mixed sightings this week with some days quieter than others, but each sighting special and interesting in its own way – be it a bird sighting or that of one of the Big 5. https://www.sabisabi.com/blog/20481/a-week-in-the-bush-vol-266/ #blog#big5