Two Fennec foxes, the smallest of the world's wild dogs, scan surroundings for safety near their den. Fennecs are highly specialized to desert life and almost exclusively live in arid sandy regions. Their enormous ears dissipate heat and detect the rustling of prey underground. This image is from Sahara.
Lion in the ark yawning. Singita Kruger National Park is situated where two rivers meet, in an exclusive game-rich 15 000 hectares concession in the world-renowned Kruger National Park. This image is from Safari Live.
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In May 2009 Park authorities relocated two male lions, brothers, onto the floodplains. It was a carefully planned operation. The month was chosen as there would be an abundance of prey and the males would be more likely to stay. The hope for the future is that once again lions will become a part of the Liuwa ecosystem and that a natural balance in the ranks of the predators will be restored. This image is from Zambezi.
Cameroon, West Africa: Baka Pygmy hunters prepare for a hunt with a ceremony. These Baka Pygmies will help Pat Spain, a biologist on a mission to find out the truth behind the unexplained creatures of this world. Spain has traveled to the Congo Basin in search of a creature called the African Dinosaur (Mokole Mbembe). This image is from Beast Man.