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Rietvlei Nature Reserve

Rietvlei Nature Reserve

Moreleta Nature Reserve, Pretoria, South-Africa

Moreleta Nature Reserve, Pretoria, South-Africa

Manzi Maningi Private Game reserve, Brits, North-West province, South-Africa

Manzi Maningi Private Game reserve, Brits, North-West province, South-Africa

Giraffe, Kruger Park, South Africa

Giraffe, Kruger Park, South Africa by Dimitry B

Waterbuck & Pied Plover, Kruger National Park, South-Africa

Waterbuck & Pied Plover, Kruger National Park, South-Africa

A zebra stops for a bite to eat in a lush, green field. (Photo by: EarthXplorer)

A zebra stops for a bite to eat in a lush, green field. (Photo by: EarthXplorer)

Did you know? A group of Zebras is called a "dazzle." Dazzling photo by keroshanaidoo

A group of Zebras is called a "dazzle." Dazzling photo by keroshanaidoo

South Africa- recently named the best destination for S A F A R I ~ photo by @nancyebert on Instagram

South Africa- recently named the best destination for S A F A R I ~ photo by @nancyebert on Instagram

A giraffe spotted by IG user @prudentjaime at the Kapama Private Game Reserve.

A giraffe spotted by IG user at the Kapama Private Game Reserve.

What better way to end the week than a pair of Zebras cuddling? Photo by Instagram user @burhat23

What better way to end the week than a pair of Zebras cuddling? Photo by Instagram user @burhat23

Baobab trees at sunrise at Kubu Island, Makgadigadi Salt Pans, Botswana

Baobab trees at sunrise at Kubu Island, Makgadigadi Salt Pans, Botswana

The African spoonbill (Platalea alba) is a long-legged wading bird[2] of the ibis and spoonbill family Threskiornithidae. The species is widespread across Africa and Madagascar, including Botswana, Kenya, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, and Zimbabwe.  Photo by Sonya_Oli4

The African spoonbill (Platalea alba) is a long-legged wading bird[2] of the ibis and spoonbill family Threskiornithidae. The species is widespread across Africa and Madagascar, including Botswana, Kenya, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, and Zimbabwe. Photo by Sonya_Oli4

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This past weekend we celebrated World Rhino Day! Photo by Instagram user @Kim O. Kee

This past weekend we celebrated World Rhino Day! Photo by Instagram user @Kim O. Kee

Only in South Africa!  Cant believe it! We didnt see them often and it was in the bush or in a tree

Leopard in Kruger National Park, South Africa. BelAfrique your personal travel planner - www.

Cape St. Francis

Cape St. Francis

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