The animals of Kruger National Park in South Africa
A few weeks ago ( 28th May blog) I visited Snipe Dale country park and nature reserve in Lincolnshire which has a stone showing that is on the Greenwich meridian.
Sarah has sent in some pictures from a nature reserve she visited. Its co-ordinates, which you can see on Google Maps are 24°0′41″S 31°29′7″E.
It is the Kruger National Park in South Africa and here are Sarah’s first batch of pictures.
Spotted hyena – This is Sarah’s favorite animal it was living in a pipe under the road. The pipes are there to help drain away the water in the rainy seasons.
A monitor lizard scurries away.
Klipspringers live on rocky small rocky hills called kopjes
A blue wilderbeast, zebras and impala search for food.
A southern Yellow-billed hornbill struts along the road.
Hippopotamuses asleep on a river bank.
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