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  • #Zebra 🦓 Zebras are closely related to horses but they’re not the same species. They belong to the same family (called Equidae) and they can even breed with each other, but zebras aren’t just striped horses because they have evolved separately. Zebras also have different temperaments compared to horses. They’re more aggressive and far more dangerous. Did you know that zebras are black with white stripes (not white with black stripes) 😁 Recent research also shows that a zebra’s stripes may have evolved to keep biting insects away – the monochrome pattern seems to affect to the visual systems of flies. During our trip we saw approximately 10 zebras. The Zebra is the national animal of #Botswana. In the last pictures you can also see the national bird of Bostwana - #koribustard
  • #Zebra 🦓 Zebras are closely related to horses but they’re not the same species. They belong to the same family (called Equidae) and they can even breed with each other, but zebras aren’t just striped horses because they have evolved separately. Zebras also have different temperaments compared to horses. They’re more aggressive and far more dangerous. Did you know that zebras are black with white stripes (not white with black stripes) 😁 Recent research also shows that a zebra’s stripes may have evolved to keep biting insects away – the monochrome pattern seems to affect to the visual systems of flies. During our trip we saw approximately 10 zebras. The Zebra is the national animal of #Botswana. In the last pictures you can also see the national bird of Bostwana - #koribustard
  •  54  1  5 hours ago
  • Photo by @daisygilardini | Play is very important in each animal species as it helps the newborns grow stronger, build self-confidence, and learn to socialize and hunt. Besides the biological importance of playing, this behavior give us —the photographers — great photo opportunities. Here, two lion cubs play in Chobe National Park in Botswana. The International Union for Conservation of Nature lists lions as “vulnerable” on their red list of endangered species. The population is decreasing and is down to 23,000-39,000 individuals left. Major threats to the lion population include human-wildlife conflict, territory fragmentation, habitat loss, and trophy hunting. Follow me, @daisygilardini, for more images and behind-the-scenes stories. #Africa #lion #Botswana #chobenationalpark #lioncub #conservation
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  • Photo by @daisygilardini | Play is very important in each animal species as it helps the newborns grow stronger, build self-confidence, and learn to socialize and hunt. Besides the biological importance of playing, this behavior give us —the photographers — great photo opportunities. Here, two lion cubs play in Chobe National Park in Botswana. The International Union for Conservation of Nature lists lions as “vulnerable” on their red list of endangered species. The population is decreasing and is down to 23,000-39,000 individuals left. Major threats to the lion population include human-wildlife conflict, territory fragmentation, habitat loss, and trophy hunting. Follow me, @daisygilardini, for more images and behind-the-scenes stories. #Africa #lion #Botswana #chobenationalpark #lioncub #conservation
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  •  108  2  13 hours ago
  • Chobe National Park

Ein paar Elefanten aus den Chobe.... Einfach nur wunderschön, oder?

Heute geht es weiter, die Rundreise durch den Norden Südafrika startet.... Ich bin schon so gespannt!

Liebe Grüße an euch und eure Fellnasen 🙋🏻‍♀️🐘🐘
  • Chobe National Park

    Ein paar Elefanten aus den Chobe.... Einfach nur wunderschön, oder?

    Heute geht es weiter, die Rundreise durch den Norden Südafrika startet.... Ich bin schon so gespannt!

    Liebe Grüße an euch und eure Fellnasen 🙋🏻‍♀️🐘🐘
  •  42  5  14 hours ago
  • Little one ♥️🐘
  • Little one ♥️🐘
  •  22  2  18 July, 2019
  • ”Sunset Silhouettes”♥️ My latest blog is up about my recent trip to Chobe, Botswana- In the Land of Giants: Chobe through my eyes ✨🌾🇧🇼🐘 Link is in bio xxx
  • ”Sunset Silhouettes”♥️ My latest blog is up about my recent trip to Chobe, Botswana- In the Land of Giants: Chobe through my eyes ✨🌾🇧🇼🐘 Link is in bio xxx
  •  46  6  18 July, 2019
  • Chobe National Park

Wenigstens ein paar Handyfotos von unseren tollen Begegnung in Botswana möchte ich euch zeigen. Die ganz tollen Bilder von der Eos 6D Mark 2 gibt's dann nach dem Urlaub.... 😊

Heute sind wir den ganzen Tag nur unterwegs gewesen, von Zimbabwe nach Johannisburg. Jetzt ist ein bisschen Entspannen abgesagt, bevor es mozweiter durch Südafrika geht.... Liebe Grüße an euch und eure Fellnasen 🙋🏻‍♀️🐘🐘 #chobe #chobenationalpark #botswana #giraffe #afrika #afrika #giraf #safari #gamedrive #wildlife
  • Chobe National Park

    Wenigstens ein paar Handyfotos von unseren tollen Begegnung in Botswana möchte ich euch zeigen. Die ganz tollen Bilder von der Eos 6D Mark 2 gibt's dann nach dem Urlaub.... 😊

    Heute sind wir den ganzen Tag nur unterwegs gewesen, von Zimbabwe nach Johannisburg. Jetzt ist ein bisschen Entspannen abgesagt, bevor es mozweiter durch Südafrika geht.... Liebe Grüße an euch und eure Fellnasen 🙋🏻‍♀️🐘🐘 #chobe #chobenationalpark #botswana #giraffe #afrika #afrika #giraf #safari #gamedrive #wildlife
  •  51  6  18 July, 2019
  • The prettiest bird I have ever seen 🙌🏻 The Lilac breasted roller is the national bird emblem of both Kenya and Botswana 💜 Chobe National Park, Botswana 🇧🇼
  • The prettiest bird I have ever seen 🙌🏻 The Lilac breasted roller is the national bird emblem of both Kenya and Botswana 💜 Chobe National Park, Botswana 🇧🇼
  •  19  1  18 July, 2019

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  • We're pumped to get back to Botswana & Zambia and take some of you with us! 
We know they’re not the easiest countries to fly in & out of so we’ve decided to drop out Trip price! Have a look at the itinerary via the link in my bio (we have a couple of spaces left) and get in touch if you need a hand on working booking those flights ✈️
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#breacans #BotswanaZambia #ChobeNationalPark #BreacansTrips
  • We're pumped to get back to Botswana & Zambia and take some of you with us!
    We know they’re not the easiest countries to fly in & out of so we’ve decided to drop out Trip price! Have a look at the itinerary via the link in my bio (we have a couple of spaces left) and get in touch if you need a hand on working booking those flights ✈️
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    #breacans #BotswanaZambia #ChobeNationalPark #BreacansTrips
  •  1,620  77  10 July, 2019
  • Photo by @daisygilardini | Baby elephant are simply adorable. The mini version of the biggest animal on Earth evokes immediate feelings of tenderness in just about everyone. After a gestation period of 18 to 22 months— almost two years—the calf is born weighing around 250 pounds (115 kg) and stands about 3 feet (1 meter) tall. Baby elephants don’t really know how to use their trunk for the first 6-8 months of their life. Before they learn how to use it properly for eating, drinking, and bathing, they swing it around in an extremely comical way. This young elephant fell down while playing with an older calf. Balancing with his trunk and legs, he could finally stand up and start chasing the other fellow again. I love to spend time observing them—it's so much fun! Follow me, @daisygilardini, for more images and behind-the-scenes stories. #africa #elephant #botswana #chobenationalpark #wildlifephotography
  • Photo by @daisygilardini | Baby elephant are simply adorable. The mini version of the biggest animal on Earth evokes immediate feelings of tenderness in just about everyone. After a gestation period of 18 to 22 months— almost two years—the calf is born weighing around 250 pounds (115 kg) and stands about 3 feet (1 meter) tall. Baby elephants don’t really know how to use their trunk for the first 6-8 months of their life. Before they learn how to use it properly for eating, drinking, and bathing, they swing it around in an extremely comical way. This young elephant fell down while playing with an older calf. Balancing with his trunk and legs, he could finally stand up and start chasing the other fellow again. I love to spend time observing them—it's so much fun! Follow me, @daisygilardini, for more images and behind-the-scenes stories. #africa #elephant #botswana #chobenationalpark #wildlifephotography
  •  277,610  1,804  11 July, 2019