Friday, 1 July 2011

Marakele National Park

A White Rhino calf and mother at the waterhole a few hundred meters from Bontle campsite in Marakele National Park in Limpopo.
An Aardvark searches for some termite mounds in the late afternoon near the Bontle campsite.
This Caracal didn't know which way to run, as he glanced back and forth at the two cars on either side of him, eventually he figured out that the bush would be the best idea and he disappeared.
This little Steenbok was very curious about us and the usually shy animal came right up to us.
The only thing separating the campsite and the bush.
A view from the top of the  mountain which can only be reached by driving up a thin mountain pass with a sheer drop on its one side and a cliff-face on the other.
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