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In addition to the Big Five, Africa is home to many fascinating small animals. We’ve seen more in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park than anywhere else.
When you see lions first thing in the morning, right in your campsite, you might as well call it a day, right? You can’t top that. Or can you?
Nothing like a heart-thumping lion encounter to start one’s day. Or two’s days. Thirty feet of sand and air are all that separate Mike from a trio of lions.
Another day in KTP in which we encounter a late porcupine, a chirruping cheetah, animals resting “in contact,” and an extremely cautious giraffe.
Ghost herd, daft bird. Desert shower, wildflower. Small cats, water spats. High heads, rooftop beds. Flat tires, gemsbok spires. Twelve things the day brings.