Chobe National Park, Botswana: Identified by its large black eyes the boomslang is a snake that spends most of its time in trees. Its name is derived from Afrikaans origin and it directly translated as "tree snake". In this image a large boomslang peaks out from behind a branch that it is wrapped around. This image is from Savage Kingdom: Uprising.
Nxai Pan, Botswana: Lion (Panthera leo) pride lying in mud in front of an elephant (Loxodonta africana) standing its ground, while impala (Aepyceros melampus) and springbok (Antidorcas marsupialis) herds stand in background. This image is from Desert Lions.
Chobe National Park, Botswana: The summer months in Savute always brings this welcomed migrant, the carmine bee-eater. Spending most of their time catching insects that fly out from the lush green grass, they can often be found perched on the backs of the larger and fairly sturdy kori bustard. As the kori bustard walks through the long grass many flying insects like the grasshoppers will fly out of this large birds way and most of the time straight into the beak of the carmine bee-eater as it launches itself from the back of the bustard to swoop down and take their prey. This image is from Savage Kingdom: Uprising.
Nxai Pan, Botswana: Shrinking waterhole surrounded by springbok elephant herd in middle ground, left, wildebeest in middle ground, centre, giraffe in background, centre, and ostriches in background, left. This image is from Desert Lions.
Chobe National Park, Botswana: Matsumi's four new cubs huddle up in the long cool grass as they settle in for a mid day nap with full tummies after suckling from their mother. This image is from Savage Kingdom: Uprising.
Chobe National Park, Botswana: Sekekama shows off the scars on his face that each tell a story as he turns to look towards the photographer who has taken a close up shot of his face. This image is from Savage Kingdom: Uprising.
Chobe National Park, Botswana: A close up shot of two elephants with their faces pressed up against each other as they wallow in a shallow pool in a water hole south of The Marsh. The elephant on the left of the frame has his trunk on top of the trunk of the elephant on the right and he is curling it up towards the sky. This image is from Savage Kingdom: Uprising.
Chobe National Park, Botswana: Thanks to the rainy season the Marsh is now filled with luscious green grass that provides nutritious grazing for many antelope. Here a small herd have gathered on the Marsh and graze but they make sure that they keep their wits about them as predators may be close. This image is from Savage Kingdom: Uprising.