When we stopped for lunch in the Ngorongoro Crater, the birds came looking for a free lunch. This male Weaver is perched on the edge of the safari roof of our vehicle. It seemed unconcerned I was taking its picture. (I think it is a Bertram’s Weaver but I am not positive.)
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Part of a harem of plains zebra grazing in Lake Nakura National Park in western Kenya. Regional variations exist in the striping patterns for zebra. In northern areas, the plains zebra, also known as the common zebra or Burchell’s zebra, is noted for its stripes which go all the way down the leg and meet under the belly. The juvenile zebra on the left still has some brown fuzzy hair; it is probably less than three years old.
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