#Leopard Kaboso’s daughter looking up as she hears a noise in the trees. She was playing hard to get that morning concealing herself in the bushes. Then she just disappeared ... as leopards tend to do 😀 #masaimara#kenya 🇰🇪
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|| Common Krait ||🐍 My heart skipped a beat when I noticed this leucistic snake as common krait. It's not much big in length but still could deliver a lethal strike. This snake is one of the big 4 snakes of India and Highly venemous. All that said, it's still beautiful. And in the flawless white skin he looked a beauty in the wild.
Black bears are my favorite animal to photograph and observe. More specifically Smoky Mountain black bears are my absolute favorite subject. Although we live in Pennsylvania, we like to say that our kids have grown up in the Smokies. We have tried to make the long drive to those mountains as often as possible to create memories in the Land of Blue Smoke and often those memories are centered around experiences with black bears. The black bear is a symbol of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and a symbol of all of those memories that we have created over the years. What is your favorite subject to photograph?
Teeth and Stripes.
Another shot of zebra fighting, only this time it is two younger stallions play fighting. This is like karate class for them as they play. It teaches them skills they will need in the coming days when trying to secure females for their own and for protection against preditors
Lions are my favourite wild animal. They look so majestic with their huge manes.
They're known as "King of the Jungle," however they actually are found in grasslands and plains....not the jungle.
I remember the first time I heard a lion roar. It gave me goosebumps. It is the loudest roar of any big cat species and can be heard from up to 5 miles away.