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Up close and VERY personal: Incredible pictures of African wildlife taken with hidden cameras and camouflage

Beautiful images from Africa by photographer Anup Shah give breathtaking perspectives of animal kingdom

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Thirsty by Syahrul Ramadan.
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Thirsty by Syahrul Ramadan.

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"unity" by Johnny Brambach.
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"unity" by Johnny Brambach.

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Buffalo Herd On The Move by Brendon Cremer.
“Large herd of Buffalo moves out of the thickets led by their path finder onto the open flood plains of puku flats as the sunsets along the banks of the Chobe River, Botswana.”
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Buffalo Herd On The Move by Brendon Cremer.

“Large herd of Buffalo moves out of the thickets led by their path finder onto the open flood plains of puku flats as the sunsets along the banks of the Chobe River, Botswana.”

Thank You, Brendon!

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Footloose by Ashley Vincent.
“An orphaned four month old male Lion cub at The Big Cat Reserve (Limpopo, South Africa) frolicking around on an early morning walkabout.”
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Footloose by Ashley Vincent.

An orphaned four month old male Lion cub at The Big Cat Reserve (Limpopo, South Africa) frolicking around on an early morning walkabout.”

Thank You, Ashley!

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Future Kings of Kamchatka by Igor Shipilenok.
“Young and curious wild bear cubs from South Kamchatka Sanctuary.”
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Future Kings of Kamchatka by Igor Shipilenok.

“Young and curious wild bear cubs from South Kamchatka Sanctuary.”

Thank You, Igor!

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Grin and bear it by Klaus Wiese.
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Grin and bear it by Klaus Wiese.

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Lazy Days - The Cheetah by Julian John.
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Lazy Days - The Cheetah by Julian John.

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Protected by Syahrul Ramadan.
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Protected by Syahrul Ramadan.

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Otjitotogwe Cheetah Lodge by Buck Shreck
“A place there in Namibia that has a very special relationship with cheetahs. It is the only place that I know of in Africa where this relationship happens. Otjitotogwe Cheetah Lodge has over 40 cheetahs roaming their compound.”
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Otjitotogwe Cheetah Lodge by Buck Shreck

“A place there in Namibia that has a very special relationship with cheetahs. It is the only place that I know of in Africa where this relationship happens. Otjitotogwe Cheetah Lodge has over 40 cheetahs roaming their compound.”

Thank You, Buck!

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Ugly?? Really? by Rudi Hulshof.
“Most Lions are actually not “pretty”. Usually us photographers try and show the beauty of the Lions, but in truth, out in Africa, it is a battle to survive. This Male Lion shows the scars from years of fighting. The Wildlife Photographers in Africa choose the angles and subjects carefully, not to show the “ugly” lions, but these to me are some of the Lions with the most story’s to tell. They are the true survivors. This Lion had somewhat of a reputation as a fighter and warrior, till his death at the hands of a younger lion co-alition. We called him Mr.T, and he was a member of the Mapogo Co-alition in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve. “
Thank You, Rudi!
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Ugly?? Really? by Rudi Hulshof.

“Most Lions are actually not “pretty”. Usually us photographers try and show the beauty of the Lions, but in truth, out in Africa, it is a battle to survive. This Male Lion shows the scars from years of fighting. The Wildlife Photographers in Africa choose the angles and subjects carefully, not to show the “ugly” lions, but these to me are some of the Lions with the most story’s to tell. They are the true survivors. This Lion had somewhat of a reputation as a fighter and warrior, till his death at the hands of a younger lion co-alition. We called him Mr.T, and he was a member of the Mapogo Co-alition in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve. “

Thank You, Rudi!

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“folded hands” by Johnny Brambach.
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“folded hands” by Johnny Brambach.

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The Awakening by Ashley Vincent.
“This magnificent animal is one of a number of Lions in the breeding programme at the Big Cat Reserve, Limpopo, South Africa.”
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The Awakening by Ashley Vincent.

This magnificent animal is one of a number of Lions in the breeding programme at the Big Cat Reserve, Limpopo, South Africa.”

Thank You, Ashley!

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The Food Inspector by Glenn Nagel.  “Female Western lowland gorilla”
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The Food Inspector by Glenn Nagel.  “Female Western lowland gorilla”

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I’ll Be Black! by Ashley Vincent.
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I’ll Be Black! by Ashley Vincent.

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