Tanzania (Serengeti National Park) Thomson's gazella and her new born baby still partially covered with placenta
Scaly-feathered weaver, Sporopipes squamifrons (also known as the scaly-feathered finch) at Mapungubwe National Park, Limpopo, South Africa
Tanzania (Serengeti National Park) Kopjes, the great granite mass, are an attractive feature of the Serengeti landscape
Tanzania (Oldupai Gorge) The bones of the earliest hominids dated 3.6 million years ago found here
Tanzania (Ngorongoro Crater) View of conservation area. Ngorongoro crater is the world's largest inactive, intact, and unfilled volcanic caldera. Its floor covers 100 square miles and ca. 25000 large animals live in the crater.