Kruger’s Winter Babies

We thought we’d start the report back on our recent (winter 2016) visit to Satara and Mopani in the Kruger National Park by sharing a few of photos of some of the cute babies we encountered on our drives.

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37 thoughts on “Kruger’s Winter Babies

    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      Ai ja, die ouer bastergemsbokke se horings help darem dat die ore nie so lank lyk nie, maar die arme kalfies… Ek wonder hoe dikwels daardie ore in n doring gevang word (ek het al myne in n wag-n-bietjie doringtak gehak, en dit was een van my minder lekker boservarings!)

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  1. Ladybuggz

    Baby elephants are just so cute! I was (lucky?) to ride a grown elephant when I was young….at a game farm ( I didn’t know any better), Now I’d never consider it..they aren’t meant to be captive!
    Great post of Babies!!

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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      Thanks Teresa!

      We agree about elephants being allowed to roam free, I’ve never seen a “captive” elephant that looks anywhere near as happy and healthy as those in the wild do, even those born in captivity that never new freedom still looks “stunted” for lack of a better word.

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