Hippos wallow in a small freshwater lake on the floor of the world famous Ngorongoro Crater.The craters 102 square mile floor is spectacular for wildlife.
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- A black rhino mother and offspring are dwarfed by their surroundings in the world famous Ngorongoro Crater. The craters 102 square mile floor is spectacular for wildlife.
- A lone black rhino is dwarfed by its surroundings in the world famous Ngorongoro Crater. The craters 102 square mile floor is spectacular for wildlife.
- A fine bull elephant feeds along the rim of the world famous Ngorongoro Crater.The craters 102 square mile floor and the surrounding highlands are spectacular for wildlife.
- In the late afternoon,hippos bask in the Mara River. These vast animals have a very hierarchical society. They graze by night,eating as much as 60kg of grass in about five hours. No domestic animal can compete with them for the economy with which they convert vegetation into animal protein.
- A shaft of sunlight in the late afternoon brings out the magnificent coral pink colour of Greater Flamingos feeding in shallow water surrounded by the mud flats of seasonal Lake Ndutu.
- Hippos in the Mara River.
- A white headed vulture flies in to join other vultures in demolishing the remains of a kill on plains teeming with wildlife near the boundary of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area near Ndutu and the Serengeti National Park.
- Common ostriches run across open plains near the boundary of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and the Serengeti National Park.Ngorongoro and Serengeti are two contiguous protected areas, which support the greatest concentrations of wildlife left on earth today
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