These are the real stars of Hwange National Park
Through the trails of Zimbabwe
These kids were just hanging out squeezing themselves on a log of wood. Perfect!
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'Hippo Yawn' - Contrary to what people think the hippo’s yawn is not a sign of sleepiness or boredom but is actually a threat gesture. This photographer got the point VERY quickly
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'Elephant Trunk' - The elephant trunk is the most extraordinary and the most dexterous nose in creation.
'African Sunset' - Not many better sights in the world, than watching the African sunset with a whiskey in hand.
'Old Fashioned Grooming' - This picture was taken in Humani, Zimbabwe and this candid shot of two baboons grooming tugs at heartstrings.
'Deadly Sunset' - The sky, the trees, the evening light combine to make it a deadly sunset.
'What are you looking at?' - A baboon with poignant eyes.
'Everyone look this way' - This group of impalas with their senses heightened.
'I am all ears' - These alert Kudu's have the most beautiful set of ears and are actually their strongest asset.
'Thoughtful Intensity' - This full frame picture of a student in Humani,Zimbabwe shows that eyes can literally speak volumes.
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Elephants keep themselves cool and free of pests by wallowing in mud and flinging dust on themselves with their trunks.
'Bird in Paradise' - A silhouette of a bird under the blue Zimbabwean sky reiterates what it's all about.
'Hippo Gaze' - Photographs of hippos at Humani in Zimbabwe.
'How I plan to spend my Sunday?' - A lazy hippo is my weekend inspiration
'What's the pecking order?' - Group of chickens in Zimbabwe
'Frame me up scotty' - This photograph of a giraffe under a row of Acacia trees is almost planned, but it's not. **The title is a take on a famous Star Trek line.