Snapshot Serengeti Talk
Times like this I want a 'Dancing' option.
Looks like a tail light just off-camera to me. But that seems unlikely.
I would guess the tail-feathers of a bird perched on the camera.
The camera is moving. That's unusual.
How ya doin' li'l mama? Lemme whisper in your ear.
There's a zebra lying down, if that's what you're talking about. Its rear is to us, but you can see the mane and an ear.
Probably a butterfly.
Yeah, #elephant tail.
#buffalo looks about ready to charge.
Light rain, maybe? It looks cloudy enough.
Are the two #zebra in the middle there fighting?
Young #wildebeest have uncurved horns.
#wildebeest, I think.
I was thinking maybe #serval?
I did not need to see that.
Some kind of #bird. Looks like a predatory one to me,
#wildebeest, #zebra, and #bird
I would think a #baboon, but I'm no expert.
I think that's a person's elbow wearing a jacket and the "dewlap" is the bottom of the jacket.
I don't know the #bird here.
#gazelle with a deformed horn.
Alright, help me decipher the thing to the left of the tree in pictures 2 and 3. Floating giant antelope head? Doubt it, but what?
It's a muddy #spottedhyena
I guess #impala based on the ear having a black tip and the proportions.
Might be a baby #wildebeest?
#impala conga line
Yeah, that's what it is. The horns start straight up then bend out later.
Is this a bat-eared fox, maybe? It's all I saw with a bushy tail that's dark at the tip.
Far right is probably a wildebeest, and to the left of that as well. But the others have forward-facing eyes?
Pink Floyd concert?
I can't see anything.
Pretty sure that's just the seeds at the top of a grass stalk.
It's a cat, but I don't know what kind.
#baboon baby riding on adult's back.
#gazelle chasing a bird
I think I see #bowerbirds in their bowers.
That's a #gazelle.
#buffalo scratching its side on a tree.
#impala covered in bugs
It's not there in other shots from the same camera, so not a rock at least.
Where there's smoke...
The #impala gazes into the abyss, and the abyss gazes back.
#giraffe and #wildebeest and #zebra, oh my!
Looks like a cat tail on the smaller animal in picture 1.
#gazelle just turned off the lights.
Complete guess that it's a warthog tusk.
#leopard doesn't look happy with this camera.
I'm guessing impala, but really it could be a bunch of things.
I think the camera fell over.
Looks like a lot of insects.
Is that one a Topi? That looked to fit the profile here, but it's hard to see.
I counted the black spots in the background as wildebeest too because they're moving a bit. Part of their migration?
3 zebra or 2 and one's a contortionist.
There's something moving here, but the sun glaring on the camera obscures it.