We hunted for a cheetah for days, until we found this female during our last morning. She posed for us for almost an hour until she got up and headed into the tall grass.
This is the smallest antelope, known as the dik-dik.
The leopard is very elusive. I was able to get an image of this guy by adding a 1.4X teleextender to my 400mm lens. He disappeared after a few minutes and before we could get closer.
These ostriches are doing their courting dance.
We saw lots of lions in four different prides while in the Serengeti.
This is the lilac-breasted roller. He is one of the most-photographed birds in Africa.
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