All game in Africa looks pretty much the same. A lion is a lion is a lion, and looks much like a lion. Granted, animals exhibit some adaptations to local conditions. Elephants, for example, are normally animals of the savanna, but those in Mali or Namibia have evolved larger feet, to step on sand with greater ease. Elephants in the Congo jungle are smaller: this help mobility in dense growth. Male lions may or may not have manes (the man-eaters of Tsavo, Kenya had no manes). Other rule of thumb to follow: If you want to see zebras, do not go to West Africa. No zebras there. However, all other game you can encounter in West Africa as well.

Nevertheless, we have classified our photos by origin locations, for easier reference.

Kruger National Park, South Africa, 2000 (film scans).

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