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My first great safari "spot" was in Etosha in 2001. Eyes, tired after several hours of scanning the distance for game, finally dropped and I started staring pointlessly at the sand an
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The thrill of seeing leopards will never cease for me. I have been very lucky and have seen several, One walking along the road in Kruger, one up a tree in Etosha, but by far the most amazing was a mother and her grown up cub in Chobe. We have just driven into the park and it was still pretty dark, when suddenly, there they were .... just sitting in a clearing. The cub played around for a while while the mother seemed to get fed up with following it about! My photos were rubbish due to the lack of light, but I managed to get a couple of short videos of the pair - have a look they are on here!
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