Pattern

The pattern on the posterior of the Common Waterbuck gives the impression that the animal had an unfortunate encounter with a freshly-painted toilet seat. As their name suggests these large, gregarious antelope are never found far from a permanent water source.

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“Pattern” is the theme for this week’s WordPress Photo Challenge

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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      Thanks for taking time out at de Wets Wild Janet!

      Yes, it is wonderful to enjoy all these beautiful creatures in their natural habitat! There’s many wild animals in your part of the world that we’d also love to encounter one day, like the ones you’ve mentioned.

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