Snapshot Serengeti Talk
#topi? Two seemingly young in the foreground. One one the left and one in the 3rd frame on the right. Large ears and somewhat reddish.
#Jackal. Best guess looking at the fur and its color. It's not striped or spotted. Love the #closeup.
#mongoose or mongoose shaped weed.
#elephants. What's hanging there?
#Buffalo with #birds along for the ride.
the only thing I can come up with is an Aardwolf?
whats looking at them??
Wow! NEVER have even thought warthog with that tail.
Vervet Monkey? It's the only thing I could find with a tail like that.
lets see...carry the one...yup.
Best shot EVER!
#hartebeest with calf
Secretary bird nest building
Is that a Lion sleeping in the foreground or a lion colored and lion shaped rock?
Impala. Three different horizontal colors.
I see Buffalo
Who's scratching who?
a face only a mother could love.
Lion? Tuft of white fur on its chin is what I see that fits.
Vultures. Patience Pays!
Lion? Only animal with a tail like that that I could find.
Hyena (spotted) ? The fur looks more like a Hyena then any of the spotted cats.
I'd say it's a wildebeest. See it's ear in the third shot.
A duck next to a Thomson's.
Whatever caused the bright eyeflash in the center seems to have really spooked the Giraffe.
side-striped jackal? It has a white tip on its tail.
That took me awhile. Glad I got it right.
The color and the two different lengths in hair gave me the idea.
Topi? Seems too tan in color but it has the bands around the top of the legs and the horns aren't right for a Hartebeest.
looks like a duck with that bill.
Thanks!...Thats what I was going for.
Third panel shows the telltale black strip of a Thomsons
Sorry! I was trying to be funny. Furry udders!
Looks like naughty bits of an elephant.
I'm ready for my close up Mr DeMille.
pictures 2 and 3 show the three colors a lot better than the first.
I'd say Impala
Lightly built; reddish brown in color, with pale fur on sides. White belly
The tail and little dewlap say Eland.
I'd have to go with Elands. Both sexes have straight horns with a single spiral. Males develop a thick neck with a large, draping dewlap.
You can tell its a thompsons G by the visible stripe.