Wednesday, 21 November 2012

It's hot...

It was very hot. The temperatures were ranging at 38 degrees in Kruger Park. 
Most animals were sleeping under the trees and along the river banks, away from the heat. 200m before the Timbavati turnoff we spotted a Black backed Jackal feeding on a francolin. We took the Sweni road and came across a White Rhino with a tiny calf. It was not even a month old. We got to the pan and there were lots of Elephants drinking water. 
Other animals like Zebras, Wildebeest could not drink. The Elephants were chasing them away. There was much noise from the Wildebeest, males chasing each other passing near our vehicle.

This was just before lunch read tomorrow blog post for the great afternoon in Kruger National Park.


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