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African wild dog in Erindi- Namibia 🇳🇦 at the beginning of the 20th century, #wilddog were over 400,000. Today, there are only 3,000 left. They were decimated by farmers following their cattle raids.
Lycaon dans la réserve d'Erindi, Namibie 🇳🇦 Au début du XX ème siècle, les #lycaon étaient plus de 400.000. Aujourd'hui, on ne compte plus que 3000 individus. Les lycaons ont été décimé par les fermiers suite à des attaques sur leur bétail. #namibia #namibie #painteddog #erindi #erindigamereserve #onevoice #photografrique #picoftheday #pictureoftheday #wildlife #gamedrive #wild

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Emotions are one of the things that we as humans can freely express and quite often have feelings that is not suitable for the task at hand. To express true emotion we should do so like through the eyes of nature. With the right intentions at heart.❤️#erindinamibia #erindigamereserve #lion #lionking #nature #naturephotography #explore #explorer #wonderlust #wilderness #wildlife #wildernessculture #king #eyes #natgeotravel #natgeowild #bigfive #bigcatsofinstagram #bigcats #picoftheday #picoftheweek #instafame #instapic #instalike #photography #photographer #canon #beauty#safari


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Emotions are one of the things that we as humans can freely express and quite often have feelings that is not suitable for the task at hand. To express true emotion we should do so like through the eyes of nature. With the right intentions at heart.❤️#erindinamibia #erindigamereserve #lion #lionking #nature #naturephotography #explore #explorer #wonderlust #wilderness #wildlife #wildernessculture #king #eyes #natgeotravel #natgeowild #bigfive #bigcatsofinstagram #bigcats #picoftheday #picoftheweek #instafame #instapic #instalike #photography #photographer #canon #beauty#safari

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Its not everyday to find a pride of lions walking on a main road. As a guide you spend alot of time in the bush. And just when you think you have seen it all, mother nature gives you a curve ball. Having sightings like this makes you apreciate nature and all its wonders all over again. #erindinamibia #erindigamereserve #nature #explore #wonderlust #canon#photography #photographer #natgeo #natgeowild #wilderness #wildernessculture #animals #lion #bigcatsofinstagram #panthera #guidelife #photosafari #instafame #picoftheday #instapic #bbctravel


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A male cheetah having a drink. Its quite rare to see them drink, because they are water indipendant. They receive enough moisture from the blood of the animals they catch. They have a very fast metabolism and wil kill on average every two to three days.#cheetah #conservation #erindinamibia #erindigamereserve #explore #wonderlust #nature #naturephotography #natgeowild #natgeotravel #photography #photosafari #canon #canon7dmk2 #wilderness #wildernessculture #animals #animal #africa #african_portraits @wildlifeplanet @rhinoafrica #picoftheday #picoftheweek #weekend #earth #earthpix #bigcatsofinstagram #bigcats


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Springbok are the national animal of South Africa, but adapts so much better in our beautiful but dry country of Namibia. Being water indipendant and adapting to the warm desert conditions makes it one of my favourite. When warm, Springbok regulates their body temperature by aplying saliva to the front legs to cool down the arteries. And when cold they would stand facing the sun with their side to warm up. Thermoregulation is key. #erindinamibia #erindigamereserve #earth #explore #wonderlust #natgeotravel #natgeowild #wilderness #wildernessculture #amazing #photography #photosafari #picoftheday #instafame #instalike #animal #africa


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Scrub hares are such an interisting little animal. They practice something known as copophagy. This is when they eat ther own feaces. The reason for this is because they are not around water sources alot. They eat it to get the moisture out aswell as minerals and nutrients. They do not have a very good digestive system, so it is also to reingest digestive enzimes. They can do this proses up to three times. The first time the feaces comes out in a membrane and in a liquid form. Only after the third time it comes out in a pellet.#erindinamibia #erindigamereserve @erindinamibia #earth #earthpix #photography #photosafari #naturephotography #natgeowild #explore #wilderness #wildernessculture #africa #hare #instalike #picoftheday #instafame @wildlifeplanet

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