Photographer's Note

A man spent time feeding weasels in the warmest hours.

Covering a massive 11 700 square km of dusty plains, woodland, savanna and forested floodplain, Chobe is one of the great jewels in Botswana's wildlife crown.
Chobe National Park, second largest park in Botswana, was named after the Chobe River on its northern boundary; home to an exciting variety of large mammals and over 450 bird species. Chobe is renowned for having the highest concentration of Elephants in Africa with truly impressive herds gathering during both the wet and dry season.

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Additional Photos by Oscar Lopez (olopez) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 221 W: 59 N: 485] (4959)
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