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Topi’s crossing the Mara River

26 Sep 2015 by Asilia Africa

Hi Carel,

It is always fun watching Topi's cross the Mara River, they hit the water with full force and swim across in the shortest time possible.

Meanwhile, the herds are still streaming down at Paradise Plains from North of Rhino Ridge. A few herds were hanging at Chinese Hill south of Rhino Ridge, also at Topi Plains east of Rhino Ridge.

On our way, we found a Tawny eagle feeding on a newborn Thomson's gazelle - the cycle of life.

Regards,
Onesmus
 

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Topi's crossing the Mara River - Image by Onesmus Irungu
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Tawny eagle feeding on a newborn Thomson's gazelle - Image by Onesmus Irungu
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