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MadelineJeffery 12 years ago

I added some more of the photos I took since the Impala seemed pretty popular. It was very funny to watch, because there were at least 20 impala all together. At first, they seemed a bit uncertain about how deep the water really was, so they took huge leaps to try and make it to the other side as quickly as possible. Once about half of them had crossed, the others figured out that the water wasn't actually that deep and that they could easily walk across.

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Wild Things 12 years ago


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Sachin Zaveri 12 years ago


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Scott Frazier
Scott Frazier 12 years ago

Great shots!

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Ghanzi District, Botswana

Spotted on Aug 8, 2010
Submitted on Dec 11, 2011

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