Snapshot Serengeti Talk
Do guinea fowl nest like this?
Lack of side black stripe and extensive white on rump indicate Grant's gazelle, but the horns look like Thompson's gazelle. Ideas?
so many flies!!
Don't miss the two hiding in the tall grass. You can just make out the back of one and the horns of the other.
Camera back scratcher.
got to be pants!
Yes, definitely buffalo. And many, many flies.
Looked at earlier photo captures. Warthog.
Looked like something...but checking earlier shows its been there before. Just shows up in night pictures.
small and big!!
I wonder what it's running from?
Something I can't identify is climbing up on the far left of the picture.
Wildebeest version of sardine tag!
I think, from looking at earlier and later images that the black and white shapes maybe resting wildebeest. Five of them.
shaking head, side to side.
Something is going on here. Previous shot shows single hyena. http://talk.snapshotserengeti.org/#/subjects/ASG000r830.
I'm seeing an open-mouth hippo taking a bite out of that bright camera.
Optical illusion that the picture is closing.
Again, standing on the camera!
Sitting/standing ON the camera?
Ready for my close-up Mr. DeMille.
What's chasing you?
Seems to have been knocked over.
Nothing here but us ants.
I said lion because the next picture shows longer tan fur. But really don't know.
Maybe a kind of rodent?
The speck looks much more bug-like than bird-like.
Thompson, party of 20?
Realized too late there's a couple of buffalo under the tree on the right.
Something's up....wonder why some of them are running--and the birds are spooked too.
The long and the short of it. 😃
Looks like a wildebeest, but the horns aren't right. Is this just a young one?
whole new meaning for sky-cam
Looks like a young male with the beginnings of his mane.
Now that's camouflage. I can barely see the zebra.
I'd say this one's got eating and peeing down! 😄
What would cause the antler to be so deformed?
Looks like a male in musth
In this photo it looks like there is something draped over the back of the last, young zebra. I seem to see an extra limb as well. Ideas?