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Andrew Schoeman

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The leopards of Rajasthan

Cats of the dawn Words by Colin SounessPhotography by Nicky SilberbauerBlackness turned first to gloom and then to pale blue. Soon papayaorange painted the dusty skies of the east as morning crept gently upupon the world, climbing the back of the hill on which we sat. A drybut green land of fields, parched riverbeds and impossibly sculptedgranite hills lay spread out around us, slowly opening its colours tothe sky as the sun broke the horizon. Pink rocks, orange soils andprecipitously green crop plantations prepared themselves for anotherday.... read more

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We were lucky enough to video this python swallowing a newly born impala in Moremi, Botswana, at the end of November. I ... read more

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Lower Sabie Coalition

Lower Sabie Coalition It was a cool and cloudy day on the 7th December 2012 and the Kruger Park had sprung into life from all of the spring rains. We were camping down at Crocodile Bridge which is an area notorious for high densities of game. It offers some of the best chances to see the big cats of Kruger. The S25 to the west has regular wild dog sightings while the S28 to the east produces cheetah sightings almost daily. Leopards and lions may be spotted around any corner. Although gate opening time was 4.30am we only awoke at 5.30am. I immediately.... read more

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