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    Did You Know the roar of a lion can be heard 8 km (5 miles) away? That is one loud kitty.

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    Lion (Panthera leo) at Kalahari Desert, South Africa.

  • Robyn Madison

    Big Cats Photo: Lions

  • Anthony Ricco

    Wilderness: Amazing Animal Photography Showcase - Oops by Marsel van Oosten

  • Marcelo Baez

    As with most wildlife shots, there was quite a bit of luck involved to get this shot - after all, with wild animals you never know what's going to happen. Most wildlife photographers use long tele lenses to photograph potentially dangerous animals, and that is probably a wise thing to do. However, wide angle shots are often more dynamic, more in your face, so that's what I wanted to try in South Africa with lions. I used a radio controlled remote and shot from a handheld monopod, turned upside down, without getting out of the car. It's my secret (well, not anymore) technique to get low level perspective shots with wide angle lenses, while remaining flexible and without running the risk of getting eaten. This male lion did not appreciate the clicks coming from the grass very much, and decided to charge the D3. I guess he was more the Canon type... ©2010 Marsel van Oosten, All Rights Reserved. This image is not available for use on websites, blogs or other media without the explicit written permission of the photographer.

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