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Who will start the ball rolling with an African image - the subject of which begins with H?

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Hhhhhhippo, Masai Mara Reserve, 2011

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How did I escape?

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Ouch: that will leave a scar...

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Unsure of which letter so

decided on H for hair!

 

KWS park ranger Mzima springs,2010

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Home security system!

 

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Let's have some picture updates to this topic.

 

Matt

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...is for Hwange.

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Hubbard's sportive lemur

 

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Hide.

 

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This one was infested with @@Bugs ;)

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Honey bees ....

 

South Luangwa NP, November 2015

 

A hive in the Big Baobab tree:

 

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We then found this hive in another area of the park:

 

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Hungry hippo in camp.

 

October 2016 - Flatdogs Camp, South Luangwa ....

 

This hippo waited for the all the guests to move from the courtyard dining area so it could walk in and eat the fallen flowers before making a quick exit out of the courtyard entrance (top right of first pic.).

 

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@@Paul T I have to say that your photos on land are just outstanding. I've seen hippos on land in South Luangwa, but never for long enough that it was

possible to take such outstanding photos.

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Honey Badger outside South Gate camp in Moremi.

 

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Great hippo and honey badger @@Paul T and @@Davesg

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One from the archives taken in Mana Pools in June 2012. Hyena with some left-overs of an Eland that a small pride of lion had fed on for 2 days near the BBC camp turnoff.

 

 

 

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A double H .......hippo and hammerkop.

 

South Luangwa NP - October 2016

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