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Snapshots

  1. A bird in the mud.

    Snapshot Title: A bird in the mud.
    Taken by: Rebecca Severino

    Image: Hippo Pool, Katavi National Park
    Image Owner: Bill Wallauer



    Description:

    What kind of bird is this?



  2. A dirt path

    Snapshot Title: A dirt path
    Taken by: Rebecca Severino

    Image: Hippo Pool, Katavi National Park
    Image Owner: Bill Wallauer



    Description:

    Where does the dirt path lead?



  3. Fuzzy Tree

    Snapshot Title: Fuzzy Tree
    Taken by: Bill Wallauer

    Image: Hippo Pool, Katavi National Park
    Image Owner: Bill Wallauer



    Description:

    I didn't notice this tree when I took the shot, but it is certainly interesting. I have know idea what species it is.



  4. another impala

    Snapshot Title: another impala
    Taken by: mj knelly

    Image: Hippo Pool, Katavi National Park
    Image Owner: Bill Wallauer



    Description:

    you can almost see his curved horns



  5. what kind of animal is this?

    Snapshot Title: what kind of animal is this?
    Taken by: mj knelly

    Image: Hippo Pool, Katavi National Park
    Image Owner: Bill Wallauer



    Description:

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  6. Spur-Winged Plover

    Snapshot Title: Spur-Winged Plover
    Taken by: Bill Wallauer

    Image: Hippo Pool, Katavi National Park
    Image Owner: Bill Wallauer



    Description:

    Another of the many species of bird that utilize the hippo pool



  7. African Jacana

    Snapshot Title: African Jacana
    Taken by: Bill Wallauer

    Image: Hippo Pool, Katavi National Park
    Image Owner: Bill Wallauer



    Description:

    Dozens of waders use this pool, which is full of mud and made rich with tons of hippo fertilizer.



  8. Hippos at Home, Katavi National Park

    Snapshot Title: Hippos at Home, Katavi National Park
    Taken by: Bill Wallauer

    Image: Hippo Pool, Katavi National Park
    Image Owner: Bill Wallauer



    Description:

    This hippo pool is often full of hundreds of hippos.