Waterhole, southern Africa

Waterhole, southern Africa

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Credit: PETER CHADWICK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Waterhole, southern Africa. Several species of herbivore are gathered here to drink the water. These include two zebras (black and white stripes), a rhino (right), and a single wildebeest (centre). The other animals are two types of antelope both male (horned) and female (hornless). The three black males are nyala, while the two light brown males are impala. The female antelopes are light brown, with the nyala females having white stripes. Photographed in the Mkhuze Game Reserve, South Africa.

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