Thursday, May 17, 2012

A post from our Facebook wall...

Rajab Idd from Wilderness Safari Tanzania posted this on Tembea Tanzania Facebook wall;

Much in evidence are Selous's lions, with two or three different prides' territories converging on each of the five large lakes. 
The lions typically have darker coats and less hirsute manes than their counterparts elsewhere in east Africa.

During the dry season, the lions of Serous evidently rely on an unusual opportunistic diurnal hunting strategy, rarely straying far from the lakes, where they rest up in the shade to wait for whatever ungulate happens to venture within pouncing distance on its way to drink.

Photo courtesy of Rajab from Wilderness Safari Tanzania 

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