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Ever alert and aware of her surroundings, a female cheetah gazes over her shoulder before settling for a drink.

Ever alert and aware of her surroundings, a female cheetah gazes over her shoulder before settling for a drink.

The Sand River is a haven for large game even during the summer months when water is never very far away and rainfall is plentiful. This female Leopard walking on an area we have aptly named "The beach" made for a lovely backdrop as an Elephant bull feed oblivious to the predator behind him. (Dylan Brandt, Field Guide @ Singita Sabi Sand)

The Sand River is a haven for large game even during the summer months when water is never very far away and rainfall is plentiful. This female Leopard walking on an area we have aptly named "The beach" made for a lovely backdrop as an Elephant bull feed oblivious to the predator behind him. (Dylan Brandt, Field Guide @ Singita Sabi Sand)

We recently spotted this guy at our #safari camp in #Botswana, Sanctuary Chobe Chilwero. We wouldn't like to get too close to that jaw of his! #hippopotamus #okavaga #picoftheday #Africa #animal #nature #instagood #hippo #wildlife #wildlifephotography #africanwildlife

We recently spotted this guy at our #safari camp in #Botswana, Sanctuary Chobe Chilwero. We wouldn't like to get too close to that jaw of his! #hippopotamus #okavaga #picoftheday #Africa #animal #nature #instagood #hippo #wildlife #wildlifephotography #africanwildlife

Of the Leopard that occurs in the central Sabi Sand none stand their ground to this the Kashane male. He has been dominating for over 3 years now and will soon see the fruits of his labour as cubs from two different females will soon reach independence! Read more about our wildlife sightings in the Singita field guide reports: www.singita.com/blog/wildlife-report/

Of the Leopard that occurs in the central Sabi Sand none stand their ground to this the Kashane male. He has been dominating for over 3 years now and will soon see the fruits of his labour as cubs from two different females will soon reach independence! Read more about our wildlife sightings in the Singita field guide reports: www.singita.com/blog/wildlife-report/

A young Male Leopard walks strait toward us through thick bush next to the Sand River. Leopard are the ultimate ambush predator, the thick vegetation complements this skill perfectly. (Dylan Brandt @ Singita Sabi Sand)

A young Male Leopard walks strait toward us through thick bush next to the Sand River. Leopard are the ultimate ambush predator, the thick vegetation complements this skill perfectly.

A herd of elephants drinking from a small stream kept about 400 Cape Buffalo at bay, also intent on slaking their thirst. The interaction was fascinating to witness. (Marlon du Toit, Field Guide @ Singita Sabi Sand)

A herd of elephants drinking from a small stream kept about 400 Cape Buffalo at bay, also intent on slaking their thirst. The interaction was fascinating to witness.

AFRICAN WILD DOG

African Hunting Dog, Cape Hunting Dog, African Wild Dog or whatever other name they go by.except Hyena! I always get so mad when they are confused with hyenas!

A cape buffalo reclines in the water to rid himself of flies.  (Ross Couper, Field Guide @ Singita Sabi Sand)

A cape buffalo reclines in the water to rid himself of flies.

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