Tanzania

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  • I was lucky enough to travel to Tanzania and experience  a safari on the Northern route which covered the Serengeti, Ngorogoro Crater,  Arusha, Tarangire and  Lake  Manyara. It was so amazing to see so many animals  in their natural habitat. Even though I was there for a limited time, it was such a thrill to gaze upon and be so close to  these magnificent creatures that I had  seen previously only  in books or at a zoo. I also saw  and learned about many new animals, birds and plants.

    I have many more photos that may be posted in a later blog. I hope you enjoy viewing these photos as much as I had taking them.

    Africa and its wildlife  has  truly captured my heart!

    Click on a photo to see larger version.

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    Starling

    Starling

    Vervet Monkeys

    Vervet Monkeys

    Dik Dik

    Dik Dik

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    Blue Monkey

    Blue Monkey

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    Young Masaii

    Young Masaii

    Kori Bustard

    Kori Bustard

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    Lovebird in flight

    Lovebird in flight

    Lappet faced vulture

    Lappet faced vulture

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    Lions sleeping in tree

    Lions sleeping in tree

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    Lonely elephant in the mist- on the Serengeti plains

    Lonely elephant in the mist- on the Serengeti plains

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    Dwarf Mongoose

    Dwarf Mongoose

    African Fish Eagle

    African Fish Eagle

    Lion = Simba in Swahili

    Lion = Simba in Swahili

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