Going down


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Stretch

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As ominously low clouds loom over the savanna, a lioness stretches—seemingly in no hurry to take cover—in Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve. The park is wildlife rich, and visitors to the popular safari destination could likely spot the “big five”: elephants, rhinos, buffalo, leopards … and lions.

Reblogged from National Geographic

Ready. Sunset. Go.

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An African lioness rests in the rosy light of the setting sun in Botswana’s Okavango Delta. Lionesses are the primary hunters of their pride, doing so usually at dawn, dusk, or night; however, some lions in the Okavango Delta have adapted to hunting during the day, timing their meals to the movement of the herds of Cape buffalo that also live there.

Ready, sunset, go

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An African lioness rests in the rosy light of the setting sun in Botswana’s Okavango Delta. Lionesses are the primary hunters of their pride, doing so usually at dawn, dusk, or night; however, some lions in the Okavango Delta have adapted to hunting during the day, timing their meals to the movement of the herds of Cape buffalo that also live there.