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Juvenile Bearded Vulture - Juvenile Bearded Vulture at Giants Castle Vulture Hide, Drakensberg, South Africa. Also known as the "Lammergeier" It lives on a diet of 85% bone marrow. They normally take big bones in flight up to a height of 50 to 150 meters and then drop the bones to scatter on the rocks to reveal the bone marrow.

Juvenile Bearded Vulture - Juvenile Bearded Vulture at Giants Castle Vulture Hide, Drakensberg, South Africa. Also known as the "Lammergeier" It lives on a diet of 85% bone marrow. They normally take big bones in flight up to a height of 50 to 150 meters and then drop the bones to scatter on the rocks to reveal the bone marrow.

During your stay at Casa Di Cattleya, listen out for the unmistakeble cry of the African Fish Eagle

Très belle photo d'un rhinocéros  http://worldwildbrice.net/

Africa's treasure, South Africa Youth With A Mission Los Angeles I hope that someday I can travel the world and take amazing pictures like these than ppl will pin them on there dreams boards bc they want to go there bc of my pictures!

Makgadikgadi Pans, Botswana. One of the most serene, bizarre and excruciatingly beautiful experiences I've ever had. Miles of exquisiteness and void of sound.

The dried up salt pans of the Makgadikgadi in Botswana crack in the heat of summer forming wonderous patterns and shapes.

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