Snapshot Serengeti Talk
No idea - baboon?
Smoke? Or Fog?
Not sure if this is smoke or thick fog.
Dikdik, I think. I guessed it wasn't a duiker but only on habitat.
Tiny elephant calf! 😃
Having a natter!
Nice #Oxpecker with zebra.
Another one I'm sure I got wrong. Any ideas?
Another all dark tail #haven'taclue
I put nothing, but as I hit finish my brain resolved the flashed object into maybe #serval ears.
I put nothing then I wondered if the flashed object might be Serval ears
I think I heard a click!
Hyaena, or ...?
I put lioness, but know it's not hairy enough. Couldn't bring up shadow detail in PS. Surely someone knows this ear!
I put Impala, but I iknow that's wrong. Couldn't think what has such long hair other than a hyaena, but that didn't seem right either.
I've guessed two wildebeest, but the fuzzy yellow-lit one is spooky! (and some eyeshine at the back.) Putting into Photoshop hasn't helped.
Yes, walking right out of the photo, but I had to put it into photoshop to be sure.
Of course! d'uh!
I've tagged it #zebra, but I really don't think it is. Nor do I think it's a ring-tailed Lemur!
It actaully looks like the bottom of a paw on or very near the lens.
Even when I lighten the shadows 100% in PS, I can't work out what it is lower right. Looks wierd lightened!
I'm pretty sure it's a #dikdik
Whoopee, some #interaction at last!
I just love this photo!
Something (?) coming into the bottom right corner.
Haven't a clue, marked it as dikdik only because of its size; sure it'sdefinitely not a dikdik.
Suggestions welcome! Tx
Dramatic light - like a painting! #wildebeest
That's some Eyeshine! #serval
Whoopee! an #Aardvark! 😃
A real #bat-eared fox this time! 😃
Oh, blushes: I didn't even notice Mum!
I marked this as #bat-eared fox, but I'm totally unconvinced. It could be a tiny fawn/calf or just about anything.
Possibly #Pale Chanting-Goshawk?
Fair enough, I wondered about the tail and forgot #reedbuck also has that mark. Thanks
I think this one is a female #oribi.
I lightened it up and thought it looked like a hartebeest, but now I agree it's probably a wildebeest
Wow! Super Caracal