Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Snapshots from the River: The Chobe Crocodile!

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The mighty crocodile of the Chobe River.

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A crocodile suns itself in Botswana's Chobe National Park.

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I find crocodiles terrifying.  Can you blame me? I mean, look at those teeth!

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A river safari always reminds me to have a healthy fear of rivers in Africa!

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A water lily.

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A herd of elephants drinking at the Chobe River.  Oh, Botswana, you always are so lovely.

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The wonderful Chobe River.

1 comment:

  1. Wow! These snapshots are lovely. I think it’s a hunted river which is the home of various crocodiles. From this photography it’s seen that the teeth of the crocodile are very sharp and looking like the small version of the teeth of elephant. But it’s the magic of the nature that in the same terrific river also several lilies are there and herd of elephants and dears are coming for drinking, grazing and refreshing purpose. These wonderful pics are taken from the Botswana National Parks


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