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    A colossal Cumulonimbus rises above the tree dotted, rolling grass plains at Ishasha in the far southwest corner of the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    African elephants (Loxodonta africana), Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, East Africa, Africa

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    A young African Crowned Eagle, Uganda, Africa

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    A fine view of the Kazinga Channel in Queen Elizabeth National Park from the lobby of Mweya Safari Lodge, Uganda, Africa

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    Ugandan Kob (Kobus kob thomasi), Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    Topi antelope (Damaliscus lunatus jimela) in the Ishasha area of Queen Elizabeth National Park.

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    A beautiful Malachite Kingfisher perched on a reed beside the Kazinga Channel in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    A magnificent rainbow arches over Euphorbia trees as rain approaches in Ugandas Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    African buffalo (Cape buffalo) (Syncerus caffer), Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, East Africa, Africa

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    A large Nile Crocodile basking on the banks of the Kazinga Channel in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    A pair of Black headed Weavers, Uganda, Africa

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    Visitors on a launch trip up the Kazinga Channel in Queen Elizabeth National Park photograph an elephant at close quarters, Uganda, Africa

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    A herd of elephants graze at sunset under a colourful, cloudy sky in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    A Black headed Weaver builds its nest, Uganda, Africa

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    In late afternoon light, a male with four female Uganda Kob are vigilant in tall dry grass at Ishasha in the southwest corner of the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    A herd of Uganda Kob at Ishasha in the southwest corner of the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    A graphic sign on the main road through Queen Elizabeth National Park warns of the danger posed by elephants to speeding minibus taxis, Uganda, Africa

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    Katara Lodge is attractively situated on the edge of the Kichwamba Escarpment a short distance from Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    The white tree blossom of Coptosperma graveolens, formerly Tarenna graveolens, Uganda, Africa

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    Male Uganda Kobs. They are distinguished from females by their thick, lyrate horns, Uganda, Africa

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    Fishing boats and fishermen on a section of the Kazinga Channel which lies just outside the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    The larger than life size sculpture of an African elephant that stands at the entrance to the Mweya Safari Lodge in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    A lioness rests in a fig tree in the Ishasha area of Queen Elizabeth National Park. For years,Ishasha has been renowned for its tree-climbing lions

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    A lioness rests in a fig tree in the Ishasha area of Queen Elizabeth National Park. For years,Ishasha has been renowned for its tree-climbing lions

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    Tree climbing lioness (Panthera leo), Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda

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    Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kazinga Channel, Uganda, East Africa, Africa

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    A lioness rests in a fig tree in the Ishasha area of Queen Elizabeth National Park. For years,Ishasha has been renowned for its tree-climbing lions

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    A lone acacia tree is silhouetted against low clouds along the foothills of the 3,000 metres high Mitumba Mountains in Congo DRC, Uganda, Africa

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    Lake Edward in background, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, East Africa, Africa

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    Vultures roost in a tall tree on the Ishasha plains at sunset, Uganda, Africa

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    Maribou stork on Lake Edward, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    A chimpanzee swings in the forest canopy of the Kyambura Gorge,a small but beautiful forested area at the base of the Rift Valley escarpment south of Lake George.

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    Marabou Stork - Leptoptilos crumeniferus

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    The Topi is a large, long faced antelope with backward curving horns, Uganda, Africa

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    Buffalo (Syncerus caffer), Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda

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    Dusk at Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda

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    Northern carmine Bee-eater (merops nubicus) flying above warthog (hacochoerus aethiopicus) in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda

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    Common Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes), Kyambura Gorge, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    African landscape with gazelle, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kasese, Rwenzururu sub-region, Western Uganda, Uganda, Africa

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    Hippopotamus and buffalo, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    Hippopotamus (Hippopotamus amphibious) group bathing in the water while a group of elephants standing in the back, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, East Africa, Africa

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    The sitting cum dining room at Ishasha Wilderness Camp, a lodge in the southwest corner of the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    Bathed in the late afternoon sun, a male Uganda Kob remains vigilant in tall dry grass at Ishasha in the southwest corner of the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    An attractive yellow ground orchid, Eulophia zeyheri, growing in the far southwest corner of the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    Ishasha in the far southwest corner of the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    Topis in lush green grass at Ishasha, Uganda, Africa

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    Large herds of Uganda Kob gather in the rainy season to graze the lush grasslands at Ishasha in the southwest sector of the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    A beautifully marked butterfly pauses on a stem of green grass, Uganda, Africa

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    A fine Male Uganda Kob. Males are distinguished from females by their thick, lyrate horns, Uganda, Africa

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    An African Open billed Stork with a snail in its bill, Uganda, Africa

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    Lake Nyamunuka is a mildly saline volcanic crater lake in the crater lake region of Ugandas Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    A Yellow billed or Intermediate Egret on the edge of the Kazinga Channel in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    A hippo in the Kazinga Channel of Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    A Red throated Bee eater in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    A beautiful Malachite Kingfisher beside the Kazinga Channel in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    A Monitor Lizard gorges on a large fish on the banks of the Kazinga Channel in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    A magnificent African Fish Eagle perched on top of an acacia tree beside the Kazinga Channel, Uganda, Africa

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    A Pied Kingfisher perched on a reed beside the Kazinga Channel in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    A visitor to Mweya Safari Lodge watches wild animals and birds from a verandah of the lodge on a peninsula overlooking the Kazinga Channel, Uganda, Africa

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    A Long crested Eagle with its long loose crest blowing in the breeze, Uganda, Africa

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    A fine African Fish Eagle perched on top of a Euphorbia tree, Uganda, Africa

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    Katara Lodge is attractively situated on the edge of the Kichwamba Escarpment a short distance from Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    Buffalos wallow in the shallow, mildly saline volcanic crater lake called Lake Nyamunuka in Ugandas Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa

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    Known as The Queens Pavilion, this small pavilion was built when HM Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, visited Ugandas Queen Elizabeth National Park on 30th April 1954.

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    A group of Giant Forest Hogs (Hylochoerus meinertzhageni) graze near the Kazinga Channel in Queen Elizabeth National Park. These heavily built pigs,covered in long black hair,are uncommon throughout their range east of the Great Rift Valley.

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    Sunset over the Kazinga Channel in Uganda's Queen Elizabeth National Park.The Kazinga channel links Lake Edward to Lake George. Once one great lake,these two lakes were separated in the mid-Pleistocene during the final stages in the uprising of the Rwenzori Mountains.

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    An alkaline crater lake in the Queen Elizabeth National Park. An extraordinary violent outburst of volcanic activity occurred over a relatively short period about 7,000 years ago, causing the destruction of most of the fauna around Lakes Edward & George, and leaving the countryside pockmarked with craters.

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    Hadada ibis - Bostrychia hagedash

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