Look at that amazing coat. Jaguars tend to have larger, closed rosettes with spots in the middle; the leopard has plain open or "broken" rosettes with no central spot in the middle so this is a Jaguar.
This is an amazing shot of elephants wondering off into the sunset in Kenya, Africa. The country has tons of wildlife and adventure that are perfect for any traveler. Make sure to put this country on your bucket list. (https://www.facebook.com/TravelingWarrior) #Kenya #Africa #nature
Fichtre -dientre j'ai la plus belle vue du canton, mais pour remonter je vais prendre probablement une gamelle fatale j'aurai du rester chez Mr Seguin tranquille attachée dans mon tout petit enclos tout vert mais fermé sur l'extérieur. ...
How to Get Started Tracking Animals: 16 Tips & Resources -
Reconnect with nature by reviving the ancient art of wildlife tracking. These tips & resources teach how to get started tracking animals by breaking a daunting task into manageable chunks & set you on the road to expertise. Includes reviews of my favorite tracking books.
Baby Rhino: "Maalim" by his stable door at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust: The D.S.W.T. is dedicated to the protection and conservation of wildlife and habitats in Kenya. Best known for the rescue and hand-rearing of milk dependent orphaned baby elephants and rhinos; so that later they can be returned into the wild.