This is a large dominant male baboon. They can be very intimidating.
This young lioness is about 3/4 grown. She still has the
mottled markings of a cub on her legs.
How often do you get a cheetah to look into your camera with the lighting perfect? I was indeed blessed to get this shot.
This is a magnificent specimen of a "black maned" lion. The black maned lions are mainly found in South Africa.
Papa, momma, baby!!!
Must you really wake me? Taken in Kenya.
A solitare acacia tree. The umbrella shape is caused by giraffes eating the lower leaves.
Dive bombing and learning how to do take downs.
A testy little challenge from a youg bull elephant in Botswana.
Well, I don't believe it and here is my opinion.
Honest, mom, I really hurt my arm!
Let me see---hmm? I know I forgot something!
This looks like a milk mustache.
A very nice pride of lions in Uganda.
A nice set ot tusks.
Giddyup, mom!!!! This little baboon is just plain cute.
A hard way to make a living--these guys pedaled their bikes with a full load of bananas
about 8 miles to market. He who gets there first gets the most money. This was taken in Uganda.